What Can You Do With the Magic Jack?

What Can You Do With the Magic Jack? House Phone: The Magic Jack is an alternative to a regular home phone line. This is an inexpensive second phone line. Think of the possibility of having a teenager with his or her own phone. What about having a phone just for your home-based business? This is a cheap relatively inexpensive alternative and people will think you are a professional in a professional office. You can also buy international minutes to call internationally with the phone device. Fax Line: Using this device is not a sure thing for faxes. Some internet providers have the CODEC and speed to pass through for a fax. I tried it with my fax machine, which is a Sharp UXP-100, and it faxed okay, but I was not able to receive a fax. I am not sure why because I was pushing the start button to receive and it kept ringing. Oh well, it is sure good to know I can send faxes with it. Call Forwarding: You can call forward your Magic Jack number relatively easily. Just remember that if you forward it to your cell phone, your cell phone company will charge you minutes. Call forwarding to your cell phone will enable you to receive all your calls just like a regular phone. Traveling phone: You can take this phone device with you on vacation and still have your home phone number. (Is that really a vacation?) You can send one with your college bound children for them to use to call home, since they already have a PC and most colleges have internet. How about when traveling on the job, you can still have your phone to make calls especially if you travel outside of the U.S. and take your Magic Jack with you, the calls to home in the U.S., Canada, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands are free with no extra fees. Magic Jack as a present: If you make many calls internationally and want to talk to your family, give them this phone device and when you talk Magic Jack to Magic Jack, the calls are free, no international long distance charges. If you want to talk to someone who does not have a telephone but has a computer with internet access, give them the gift of the Magic Jack and they can now be in touch with family and friends in the U.S., Canada, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands. Decoration: Finally, if you want to use it as a decoration, it comes in pink and blue. I have the silver box with blue light that sits next to my computer. I am very utilitarian and this is okay. The other color is a pink box, which might match somebody’s d?�cor to be fashionable. In conclusion: The Magic Jack can work as a regular home phone, small business line, check in at home phone for college students, international phone, sending fax line, gift, and as a decoration in your home.

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