You should probably mention iPhone users will lose their visual voicemail capability by doing this. If I were Google, I would have waited for the Google Voice on iPhone app approval to get sorted out first. This definitely falls more in line with Apples attitude on Google Voice taking over standard iPhone features. Don’t mistake what I am saying for misunderstanding the product, I know this isn’t a requirement of the app, but the fact that it’s possible and is a feature of the service does not help Googles case.
Good comment on TC regarding how GV iPhone users would lose out on Visual Voicemail.
While I have tons of apps, I could live without a large # of them. Visual Voicemail (native) is not something I’d easily give up (and I have GV).