Google Voice users have long struggled with the lack of MMS support. When an MMS would be sent to a Google Voice number, it would just disappear into the void. This has been a big problem with using the service for normal communication, but now it looks like Google has (finally) fixed it.
The company has announced that it has partnered with almost 100 North American carriers to allow MMS to be received by Google Voice numbers. This includes AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint, Bell Canada, Rogers, Telus and more. Notice how Verizon is missing? In classic Verizon fashion, the carrier has not partnered with Google and will not support MMS to Google Voice. Nice one, Big Red.
With all non-Verizon carriers, MMS should now work with Google Voice. Give it a shot yourself and let us know how it works! And if it does work for you, will this make you use Google Voice more? Are you satisfied with the current solution? Leave a comment!