Reader LC reports that Magic Jack canceled her number after she attempted to use her new Magic Jack as part of her business. After they shut her down, she researched the “fine print” and discovered that they reserve the right to cancel your service if you either make more than 50 calls in a day, or call 50 different numbers.
Perhaps this is LC’s fault for not reading the fine print, but it is something potential Magic Jack customers should be aware of.
We were just sent this comment from another net forum:
Today I went to make on my magic jack and I kept getting a message to call a certain phone number about my magic jack service.
I call the number and they told me my magic jack account was suspended, abuse of their service they said.
They told me abuse was too many phone calls that lasted too long were being made on my service.
That my friend is not unlimited phone calling.
Oh, I can still get incoming calls, but wait, no one can call me as magic jack phone numbers will be long distance to your friends. If I want to continue using my magic jack I will have to buy prepaid minutes.
This is the biggest fraud being perpetraited on hard working people just trying to save a few bucks and get by.
The sun won’t shine where I would like for them to stick their junk and false advertiseing!