Seriously, the advent of Skype has made communicating with other people all over the world affordable, but there are still some of us who want more – for instance, low phone bills without messing around hardware-based VoIP services and yet want quality that surpasses Skype calls. magicJack could be the solution, as this device resembles a USB flash drive and comes with a phone jack behind. When plugged in, the magicJack will install the necessary software automatically, enabling you to hook up any regular house phone and start making calls to both landline and cellphone numbers for free. Other features include caller ID, call forwarding, and call waiting. There is no word on pricing, and I still wonder whether there are any access charges attached to the magicJack.
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