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Skype vs magicJack
Compare Skype vs magicJack. Find out whether Skype or magicJack is better for your VoIP business or home needs. The experts at VoipReview have analyzed the strengths and weaknesses of Skype and magicJack and detailed analysis of the comparison can be found below.
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Skype is a software application that allows users to make VoIP calls. So, you can only use Skype from your computer. You can still call the public telephone network, but you'll need a webcam or a headset to use Skype to make a VoIP call.
magicJack is an extremely cheap VoIP provider that works by using your existing Internet connection to make and receive calls. magicJack provides a plug-and-play...
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- Founder Year: 2002
- Website: magicjack.com
- Headquater Country: United States
- Founder Year: 2002
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There are better options out there. Stay away from MagicJack. Horrible customer service experience, Worse than even Comcast. I paid the first year upfront. On the 1yr anniversary, they charged my credit card for the next 2 years automatically, ok so far. I called to cancel the service after a few months past my 1yr anniv. If you go there website you will get the run around and give up. I didn't give up. Got a phone number and called them just for them to refer me back to their website. I gave them their order number, amount and date they charged my credit card. They had no record of it. They denied the fact I ever paid for the 2 yrs. A supervisor was to call me back regarding a possible refund for early termination. Never called me back.
I ported my old land line to Magic Jack about two months ago and have been very satisfied with the service. I connected the phone directly to the Magic Jack adapter hooked to my wireless router, and have not used a computer connection. I have not used customer service; so, can't really comment on them, but the good news is I haven't needed to use customer service! The app for iPhone is quite good. It allows me to view calls as they come in, answer them or not, and listen to voice mail. I can also make calls from the app. I discovered while traveling in Ireland recently, that I could make calls with my iPhone Magic Jack app when connected to wireless internet to other US numbers, and they were treated as domestic calls with no charge. This was a big help since I had not bothered to get a sim card for my cell phone while there.