How to use Magic Jack

So you are thinking to get yourself the magicjack for making phone calls at a really
cheap rate? Congratulations for that wise decision. Once you order the device and get it
shipped to your place, you will need to know how to set up the device and make it work
with your computer and broadband connection enabling you to start making calls right?
Well, I’m here you to help you regarding that only.

So, let me assume that you have got the product with you, what you will see in the
package are the following, you will see the MagicJack USB device, a USB extension
cord which you can use if needed, the device which is probably in your hand right now
measures about two and a half inches long, 1.3 inches wide and about .3 inches thick.
The USB cord will have a length of about 4.25 inches.

First of all, just connect the device with your computer using the standard USB
port. Then through the standard RJ-11 Jack, connect the telephone cable too to the
device. Then the setup will be starting automatically and you just have to follow the
instructions as they come in the screen. Once the installation is complete, you will see
the magicjack’s pc interface on the screen.

For making a call, all you have to do is to dial the number using the phone which is
connected to the device, the software interface will record the details of the number you
have dialed and you can call that number again simply by clicking those records. If the
pc is not on when a call is coming for you, then the call will be recorded and stored as
voice mail and it will be sent to you when you switch on the computer again. You need
to set up an email id in case you want to redirect those voice mails to your email. This
can also be done by following the simple steps mentioned when you click that particular

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Yogitha, loves to write, on just about anything. Realising her passion not too late in life, she managed to complete her Masters in Communication from Women's Christian College, Chennai. Currently, she works as a Technical Writer with Cognizant. A complete 'sitcom buff'', her current must see list has 'The Big Bang Theory' right on top!

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