The MagicJack is as small as a ciggarrette lighter and it plugs directly into your desktop or laptop’s USB. This small device allows unlimited calling to the U.S. nationwide and Canada and will even feature International locations soon. MagicJack only costs $39.95 for an entire years worth of calling and features such as voicemail (and caller id, call waiting, 911). What is not to like about this “magic” phone service?
Is the MagicJack too good to be true? I have seen many complains online ranging from it containing adware in the terms and conditions to people being charged before the trial membership runs at at 25 days. I am always skeptical of anything that is this cheap and how and why it works. You normally have to look into how this company is making money from such a little profit before you start giving in to the idea. If you start a free trial then cancel it after a week. That should be all the time you need to tell if it is working for you and if you want to keep the ‘magical’ device.
It is neat that you can plug a landline or cordless phone into the jack that plugs into your USB. We will be seeing more and more products like this coming out. Keep on the lookout for more ways to save money on your phone bills and cancel your landline service.
If you wish to save more money on your landline service then switch over to mobile At Home Networks which AT&T and T-Mobile are offering. They offer services where you can boost your home cell phone signal for as little as $10 month extra using your DSL or cable broadband.