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Magic Jack 5 year renewal for $79.99 save $20.00, new MagicJack Plus for $59.95, 1 year renewal for $24.95

natarajanj 114 141 January 28, 2013 at 08:50 PM in Your Mileage May Vary (YMMV) (4) More Magic Jack Deals
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How to get the 5 year renewal for $79.99 + taxes instead of $99.99 :

Step1: Go to your MJ homepage and do a live chat, I chatted with the guy for a minute or two and noticed a little popup on the right hand side corner which said "click here to end chat and get your 48 hour reward"
Step2: on clicking it it opened up a 1 question survey on how well the guy did.
Nothing after I submitted it, 5 mins later an email popped up and I was able to get the offer

Magic Jack 5 year renewal for $79.99 save $20.00, new MagicJack Plus for $59.95 save $10, 1 year renewal for $24.95 save $5.00

If you were able to save some money, reps are appreciated !

(Attached pictures for the email proof and the button to click on the chat window)
I do not think this is YMMV because every time I opened up the live chat window I was able to see the 48 hr reward link )
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#16
had mj for 4 years at our main house & got a 2nd one for our other house 3 years ago. they work great & we've not had any problems. we also have an obi 110 that i've been tinkering with. with any google product besides search & android (and probably docs), there is the real risk of them deciding to shut it down a la reader
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#17
Thanks OP! Saved me some bucks. Much appreciated!
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#18
Thanks, able to save $$$ on 5yr renewal...
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#19
Just did it, thanks!
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#20
can't believe this made it to the second page without the term "crapjack" being used.
ooma for me as well as a pair of obi's..
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#21
I am using it since two years I gave to my parents in India and never had any problem.. They can make unlimited calls to US to me and other relatives.. I am not sure other services mentioned will work outside US. Thank you for the post but I just renewed mine last week.
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#22
Obitalk is much better quality and it is free with Google voice. I've been using obitalk for about 9 months and it only costed me $40. I used to have Magic Jack and the person on the other end could never hear me unless I yelled into the phone. Not with Obitalk. The only problem I have had is that it stopped working on 2 separate occasions. But you just reset it and its fixed. Only problem with Obitalk is that you have to pay for 911 service, but there is a thread for that somewhere on SD. Don't waste your money on crappy Magic Jack.
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#23
Obitalk is much better quality and it is free with Google voice. I've been using obitalk for about 9 months and it only costed me $40. I used to have Magic Jack and the person on the other end could never hear me unless I yelled into the phone. Not with Obitalk. The only problem I have had is that it stopped working on 2 separate occasions. But you just reset it and its fixed. Only problem with Obitalk is that you have to pay for 911 service, but there is a thread for that somewhere on SD. Don't waste your money on crappy Magic Jack.
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who uses this magic crap, OOMA FTW!
I use it for my home e-tailer business. Sold a bunch of Touchpads back in day...Wink
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#25
While I hear what you're saying, please don't say FREE when it does indeed cost something initially.

Later,

Bub
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Obitalk is much better quality and it is free with Google voice. I've been using obitalk for about 9 months and it only costed me $40. I used to have Magic Jack and the person on the other end could never hear me unless I yelled into the phone. Not with Obitalk. The only problem I have had is that it stopped working on 2 separate occasions. But you just reset it and its fixed. Only problem with Obitalk is that you have to pay for 911 service, but there is a thread for that somewhere on SD. Don't waste your money on crappy Magic Jack.
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#26
I've had Magic Jack for quite a few years now. I had ported my number to it for a fee, and now I think that for some reason they're asking for $10 a year to keep the same ported number.
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#27
If you switch to OBI + Google Voice, can you keep your existing home phone number?
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#28
Not sure why the hate on magic jack. You can get the new magic jack plus for $49.99 if you log in on your account and click on the shop link.
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#29
My vote goes to OOMA first. Then nettalk. Neither needs a running computer to operate. Far better than MJ.
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I've had Magic Jack for quite a few years now. I had ported my number to it for a fee, and now I think that for some reason they're asking for $10 a year to keep the same ported number.
Yeah, I (well my parents..I almost never use the hose phone) set up MagicJack about 2 years ago...and it's been fine, but the extra $10 a year is kind of stupid. Although they were paying $15.00 for basic service per month with Verizon, it's still a good deal. Have it hooked up to an HP Thinclient and haven't had too many issues with call quality.
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