After all, I used to be utilizing my netbook with a Blackberry as a tethered modem (so hooking up the MagicJack for telephones calls seemed kind of ridiculous on the time – however I simply wanted to know the software was in, in case we ever have a power failure).
One thing I’ve had quite a little bit of experience with is the MagicJack web site. The MagicJack firm is not going to do anything, like shut off service because of some unpaid Internet invoice. The principle telephone has the MagicJack cable to it. Klaus, I can’t speak for anybody else here; but I go away the MagicJack connected always.
Although I am only one consumer; based on my experience with MagicJack, I would must say that no news is good news. Within minutes of plugging the system into the USB port it’s possible to begin making calls with it. Magic Jack to Magic Jacks calls are all the time free.
A2) Additionally at one time I did setup the MJ software as a service so it can start up even without logging in. how to do that is a bit technical and i didn’t write down the process, however it’s doable, maybe you’ll be able to google “setting magic jack as a service windows xp” or “vista” or “windows 7” for that matter gives you a step by step instructions on how.