Google Makes Phone Calls Free To France After Nice attacks

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Google has announced that it will make calls to France free in the wake of the Nice attack.
Users will be able to dial into France without charge via Hangouts, Google Voice and Project Fi from anywhere in the world these services are supported, as announced by the company on Thursday evening.
Users can make calls on your smartphone with the Hangouts Android or iPhone app, or your computer at hangouts.google.com or via Gmail. You will need a Google account to access the service. Here is a guide.
In addition to the free calls, the company also published a Google Now card which will provide critical information to those in the Nice area. It will be updated with information from French authorities once they come to hand. Dozens are dead after a truck plowed into a crowd during Bastille Day celebrations in Nice, with many more people injured.

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