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Is there a Magic Jack scam for $39.99 and $19.99 a year? I say no! Magic Jack is exactly what it appears to be. Listen, I am very skeptical when it comes to the new gadgets that come out. I did not even want to try this but in these hard economical times we all need some help saving money. When my telephone/internet package came to over $102.00 per month, I decided to stop my spending. First, I researched the Magic Jack online, read everything I could and still was not satisfied. Finally, I asked around, a friend of mine who switched to Magic Jack the year before and stated it was cheaper, and the quality was pretty good. Then my nephew told me he has had it for years and it has saved quite a bit. Okay! Now I have some credible people telling me it is okay.
I went to Walgreens and bought my first Magic Jack. I installed it in less than 20 minutes including the voice mail set up and testing. Of course, I had to get a new telephone number but I was not attached to the old number so it was okay. (You can ask for the phone number you currently have but you would have to wait.) I had my family call and talk on the Magic Jack and I also had them leave a message. It worked and I got an email stated someone left a message. This feature is great to have when you are out a lot. You can check your messages at any place you can get online and check your email. Is the quality okay? Everything is going well with some little disturbances that I noticed in call quality. One call I had to listen to an echo during the call. Another call it was like there was a glitch and the person was stuck on one word but it cleared up fast. This is better than my cell phone for clarity and I have lost a call twice in 2 months. On my cell phone almost every day I lose a call. Living in the country cell phone dropped calls are a daily occurrence. There are three things you need to know. First, your internet and computer must be turned on at all times to receive calls over the Magic Jack. Secondly, if your internet is experiencing trouble, you have no phone. Third, you must have cable or DSL. Dial up speed is not fast enough.
So is there a Magic Jack scam? No there is not a Magic Jack scam! I am happy to share my experience with you and let you know my savings are well over $700.00 a year. I still have my DSL internet bill but no more phone bill! My phone bill went from $1245 down to $439.99 what a savings. I cannot wait until next year when I really reap the benefits of a lower phone bill of only $19.99 and an internet bill of $420 a year. Now I need to look into lowering my DSL bill. Magic Internet are you out there?