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Old 10-21-2009, 09:54 PM   #1
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Anyone using magicJack

I'm thinking about buying one so I can call the US for free when at home in Canada and when I travel. I currently use a Canadian VOIP (vBuzzer) at home but it does not give me the unlimited calling like Magic Jack. I plan on keeping my Canadian VOIP provider and just using the Magic Jack when travelling and to call Long Distance for free.

Just curious about the service etc..

Thanks, Marc
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If its really free I wanna try it
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i havent used it but do plan on trying it so i can have my own land line number since all i have a cell line.

Seems like its the best bang for your buck thats ever been introduced for land lines
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I read a lot of reviews and everything sounds legit. I think I am going to pick one up when I am in Vegas next month for SEMA.
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i have 2 good friends who use it exclusively for their house lines.us both are IT guys. meg & i are seriously considering it
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it's just a lame voip system, there are better home voip systems on the market.
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ohh set one up at my job really easy and you only pay 20 a year I believe!! And yeah it works well
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i think it is ok but if you have a noisy usb signal or bad connection to the net the call quality degrades quite abit other than that its pretty good for 20 bucks a year.
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I'm planning to use it for traveling and to call Long Distance. I'm a Toronto based VOIP for my home service, but they don't offer unlimited long distance, but the service is amazing!
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