GOOG-411

Google has introduced a new 411 service that is free and easy to use Dial 1 800 GOOG 411 (1 800 466 4411). Google will connect you with any local business in addition Google can send you a text message
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Google has introduced a new 411 service that is free and easy to use! Dial 1-800-GOOG-411 (1-800-466-4411). Google will connect you with any local business; in addition Google can send you a text message with information about that business. If you have internet access on your phone Google can also send you a map of the neighborhood around it.

Your telephone service provider may apply usual charges for making a phone call or receiving an SMS. You will not be charged any additional 411 fee.

Ken Bakken, kbakken@comcast.net, Bellingham, WA

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