Free Long Distance Calls

Most people’s phone costs are comprised of a few charges: regular monthly fees, taxes, and long distance toll call charges. These charges add up, Magic Jack has a unique solution for each. For the purposes of this article we’ll cover regular monthly fees and long distance charges as they make up the bulk of most people’s regular phone charges.

Regular Monthly Fees

Plain Old Telephone Service (POTS) is the voice-grade telephone service that remains the basic form of personal and business telephony network in some parts of the world. It was developed along side of the invention of the telephone in 1876. POTS telephone networks were developed and priced to so that your average person could fit phone service in their monthly budget. Over the years POTS service prices slowly rose as the big phone companies experimented with how much the consumer was willing to pay to keep in touch with their loved ones, providers, and business contacts. Additionally phone service providers own the network your telephone conversations travel on. So their costs are based on what they choose to charge themselves to transport the conversation.

This eventually led to a basic phone service that cost a premium price. This monthly cost is reflected in both your current regular phone bill as well as your mobile phone bills. A service charge (just to keep service connected) can easily be over $40.00 each and every month. This all adds up to monthly phone service charges being too high.

Magic Jack resolves cost issue by using the publicly available internet to securely transmit your voice data and a simple notion. Provide equal or greater service at the lowest possible cost (not just what the market will bear).  Magic Jack’s monthly service charge is as little as $1.62. It’s so low they only bill in 1 year terms ($19.95 per year).  Most importantly, this charge gives you unlimited calls. Not just to your local area, but to all of the United States and Canada.

Long Distance Fees

In the old days, telephone companies would own local telephone networks (the wires and switching offices your calls were sent over). In order to route your phone call outside of their own local networks old Telcos (telephone companies) would make arrangements with other network operators to route your calls over their lines. As the world grew, so did these networks, and so did the cost of paying potentially several Telcos to route a single phone call over a long distance. These costs are passed along to you in the form of long distance charges.

Nobody owns the internet. It belongs to everyone. You pay a monthly fee to access it through a service provider like your cable or old style phone-company, however once you’re online, it is essentially free. Magic Jack uses this dynamic to change the game with phone service. Magic Jack routes your calls over a secured internet connection to provide you with unlimited long distance calls to the U.S. and Canada as part of your monthly service fee. So for $1.62 per month you can call virtually anyone, anyplace in the U.S. and Canada for as long as you like. This is the power of Magic Jack.

Magic Jack has a 100% risk free trial. If you don’t love it, return it for a full refund. Currently the Magic Jack is being offered to new customers risk free for 30 days. Visit Magic Jack’s website to get in on this offer.