Device For Mobile Phone VoIP To Hit Stores

Windsor Genova - AHN News Writer

Las Vegas, NV, United States (AHN) - The company that introduced cheaper Internet calls on wired phones will launch in the second quarter a new device to make such communication in the U.S. possible through mobile phones.

MagicJack said it will demo the matchbox-size device of the same name in the International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas on Thursday.

The new MagicJack will replace the current device for desk phones to allow VoIP on GSM phones, according to company founder and inventor Dan Borislow.

Because phone calls coursed through IP networks are cheaper than those passing the standard telephone network, MagicJack will offer users one year of free service.

Buyers of the $40 device will pay $20 per year starting in the second year.

The MagicJack for landline has a USB connection and a phone jack so it can be connected to a computer with Internet connection and desk phone for calling.

The upcoming device for cellular phones will also use the broadband connection of a PC to make calls.

Posted by Hadouch | op 08:50

0 reacties:

Een reactie posten