- On the left, click Account. Under your Google Voice number
- Click Delete. Google Voice will look different, but you’re in the right place.
- Next to your Google Voice number, click Delete.
How to delete your Google Voice account.
Google Voice for iPhone
If your phone is not already linked, go to the Settings app and select Apps. Then scroll down to locate Google Voice and press it. Then choose Uninstall from the drop-down menu. This will remove Google Voice from your phone.
Yes, you can delete paid numbers as well. However, if you do so and then try to connect a new line using the same account number that was deleted, your phone will be disconnected or destroyed immediately after it connects because of the way our system is designed. You will be unable to recover your current number with the same phone that originally verified it for you.
If you’re at a university or company, the Google Voice number will not be deleted. You won’t be able to remove it if your school or job handles it (Voice for Google Workspace). If you’ve already paid to move the number, you can’t get rid of it. It’s impossible to delete the Google Voice number if you’re using it with Sprint.
Because Google Voice phone numbers aren’t published in phone books or linked to physical addresses, they’re practically impossible to track down. If law enforcement officials are involved, Google supplies them with your account information, including the IP address from which you created the account and made calls.
What Happens if My Google Voice Account Is Deleted? You have 90 days to reinstate or get your number back after removing a phone number or turning off a Google Voice account. The number will probably pass to someone else afterward. Keep that in mind, and double-check that you don’t want access to your Google Voice phone number anymore.
You can use Google Voice to make and receive calls and texts for free. To establish an account, a scammer would need your verification code. They may then utilize your phone number to do all sorts of damage with your permission.