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May 15, 2015

MagicJack Unveils New MagicJackEXPRESS Pay as You Go Service


By Oliver VanDervoort Contributing Writer



MagicJack has long been one of those unsung innovators when it comes to the Internet. The company was one of the very first to bring the concept of Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) to the general public and their homes. Now the company is unveiling the magicJackEXPRESS which is a brand new, low cost pay as you go service. This new service will carry a price tag of $39.95 and comes with three months of unlimited local and long distance calling.


After that initial three months, users can re-up the service for $5 for one month, $20 for six months or $35 for an entire year. Best of all is that magicJackEXPRESS comes with free iOS and Android companion apps that allow customers to access their home or business phone numbers though Wi-Fi and 4G enabled smartphones and tablets. Dubbed magicApp, users will be able to use the app to make and receive unlimited local and long distance calls inside North American and Puerto Rico. The MagicApp also allows unlimited texting to U.S. mobile numbers.

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"Consumers want to save money and control their monthly expenses," said Gerald Vento, CEO of magicJack VocalTec in a recent release. "Express delivers both; ultra low cost phone service with the flexibility to pay-as-you-go. And with our new companion magicApp for iOS, Express customers can also turn any Wi-Fi or 4G enabled device into a mobile phone with unlimited nationwide talk and text at no additional charge."

Despite the fact that there are any number of different VoIP providers in the business community these days, magicJack has managed to thrive thanks to a number of innovations that have allowed the company to stay one step ahead of its competitors. The fact that the company has managed to offer these innovations at prices that save every day consumers a great deal of money is icing on the cake for the company and its customers.




Edited by Dominick Sorrentino
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