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Turn an old MagicJack into a Google Voice accessory

Thanks to a clever Windows utility called GVJack App, you can make unlimited free calls (for now, anyway).

By May 2, 2012

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MagicJack app brings totally free calling to iOS

No, it's not "free to other MagicJack users and 5 cents/minute to landlines," but just plain free to any number in North America. Wow! Alas, call quality is spotty.

By September 30, 2011

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Get a MagicJack for $29.99 (today only)

Get unlimited local and long-distance calling for one year when you buy the MagicJack. Each year after that costs just $20.

By April 2, 2008

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Get a Powerbag messenger bag for $41.97

This handy travel bag can recharge your mobile devices thanks to its built-in battery and connectors.

By March 20, 2013

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Get a NetTalk Duo VoIP adapter for $14.99

It's good for free local and long-distance calling for a year, then costs $29.99 per year after that. Sellout risk: huge!

By July 12, 2012

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Get a NetTalk Duo VoIP adapter for $29.99

Get free local and long-distance calling for a year, then pay $29.99 per year after that. All you need is a high-speed Internet connection.

By June 11, 2012

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Get free Google Voice home-phone service with $40 adapter

The Obihai OBi100 is hugely popular with folks who want to use Google Voice in place of a landline.

By January 2, 2013

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Buy one NetTalk Duo landline replacement, get one free

Similar to the MagicJack but better in almost every way, the NetTalk Duo provides unlimited calling for a price that's almost too good to be true.

By November 26, 2010

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The best money-saving tips of 2012

Get a refresher course on the secrets of cheap Apple gear, the most affordable smartphone ever, saving money on just about everything you buy online, and more.

By December 31, 2012

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Get unlimited local and long-distance calling for 20 bucks a year

The MagicJack plugs into any USB port and lets you make unlimited calls using a handset or headset. It's $40 for the hardware and first year, $20 for each year after that.

By November 16, 2007