In the News
www.marketwatch.com, February 17, 2010
Magic Jack is a new device and service that allows you to make cheap phone calls through your computer. Overall, the product works as advertised, Walt Mossberg found.
The Christian Science Monitor, January 8, 2010
It's not often that an infomercial product makes its way onto the pages of the Monitor's Horizons blog, but today is a special day. We're not going to be praising the Shamwow for its prowess at cleaning up spilled LAN party Mountain Dew, or revisiting the Weezer Snuggie as an economical alternative to USB-powered space heaters. Instead, we're taking a look at the revamped MagicJack.
Engadget, January 8, 2010
Femtocells now offer cell phone service for $1.70 a month with MagicJack! That's just $19.95 a year. $19.95 a year! MagicJack's femtocell works with mobile phones "potentially" from any carrier, though only GSM is mentioned. Apparently just coming within eight feet connects your phone to the femtocell, after which you can supposedly travel anywhere you like in the house. Calls through the femtocell won't use your minutes. Replace your phone company or get a second line, with MagicJack!
Web site: www.magicjack.com