Technological evolution in network infrastructures, ever-increasing demand for mobile & wireless communication services and high price performance ratio has led to sustained growth of VoIP services in corporate and individual consumer segments. Add to it, the rise in bring your own device (BYOD) trend as well as diversification of telecommunication service providers – it isn’t difficult to fathom why VoIP is the chosen option for several industries. MagicJack has quickly grown to be the
Staying connected with MagicJack has come a long way since its promising debut in 2007-08. Back then, MagicJack provided a highly economical and portable alternative to traditional phone, which still remains a major draw to date.
The evolution of smartphones, long distance calling cards and smartly packaged phone plans however, threw up fresh challenges of portability, easy installation and low-cost operations for the leading VoIP applications of
MagicJack and Ooma have captured the imagination (and market space) of resident alternative VoIP services in quick time. Both have come to prominence as the best services in their price range, not least because of their similar claim of ‘no monthly fee’ which gives them a clear edge in terms of marketing theme over competitors.
MagicJack Brief Review
MagicJack started out as a humble PC add-on little over half-a-decade ago, requiring the computer to be on at all times for uninterrupted operations. Gradually
MagicJack Go is the latest from the MagicJack VocalTec stable of radical solutions for low cost voice over internet protocol (VoIP). With the roaring success of its previous devices – MagicJack (Desktop Only), MagicJack Plus (Direct Connect RJ45 to Router), and MagicJack Plus 2014 (Wi-Fi Connect to Router) – the company has already developed an established fan-base and technical expertise in cloud-based communications.
Having a single number to connect landlines and smartphones, facilitating computer-less calling, superior sound quality and alternative to hefty monthly phone bills have featured
MagicJack devices use Voice-Over-Internet-Protocol Technology, which has opened up the possibility of using them as a low-cost alternative to expensive phone plans. Besides for saving money on phone calls the question is often asked “Can you use magicJack to fax?” and the answers isn’t so simple. The magicJack can indeed be used for faxing and has also allowed people to save money by eliminating the need for a landline, but it also isn’t yet an officially support feature of the service.
Fax (Facsimile) is a telephonic transmission of data after scanning