Here’s a fairly new review on the service and it’s limitations from FayObserver.com :
Q: I keep hearing about Magic Jack, the telephone business. Your phone bill’s supposed to be not over $3 a month. I know you have to plug it into a computer or something. Is it reliable or is it like all of the other VoIP services that I’ve tried and has tons of issues? – D.M., Sanford
A: This appears to be one infomercial product that actually does work well for a lot of customers. It’s become very popular this year. But the company has also fielded complaints about trouble using the 30-day money-back guarantee and that its chat-only customer service isn’t all that good.
Still, the Florida-based business gets an A+ plus rating from the Better Business Bureau, which says the company has honored every refund request.
The Magic Jack is a connector that allows you to plug a regular phone into your computer and use your Internet connection to make phone calls anywhere in the U.S. and Canada. The connector retails for $39.95. The first year of service is free, and buyers have the option to buy an additional year of service for $19.95, which is about $1.66 per month.
There you go!!! A positive review from an obviously independent source, if you still had doubts about me working for or being paid by magicJack to maintain this website now you have an outside source. Geeezeee… Hopefully this cures peoples skepticism about me once and for all because it is really start to eat away at me.