How to make voice only group calls using Google Hangouts?

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Is there a way to make voice only calls using Google Hangouts instead of every call being a video conference?

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You could just use Google Voice for that, since it provides SMS and voice call services. If you want to use Hangouts though, you could turn off your camera or adjust bandwidth usage for audio only. 

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