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"There are only two ways to live
your life. One is as if nothing is a miracle. The other is, as if everything is a miracle."

--Albert Einstein

January Recommendation - MagicJack


Expats always had to face the challenge of communicating with their friends and family left back at home - wherever home may be. American expats now have the best opportunity.

Although MagicJack was not created with them in mind, it does nevertheless, helps expats the most. This little device plugs into your computer through a USB port. You plug a telephone into its other end, set up the program on your computer and you are ready to call anyone in the continental US and Canada and talk as long as you wish for FREE!

This small - and I must say rather attractive piece of electronic/IT wonder - sells to US addresses for under $40. Your only other expense is $20 per year (initial year's cost is included in the sales price) but that does not compare with the costs of other services you would have to pay for benefits less than MagicJack offers. You are assigned a US phone number for the state you designate - which means that your friends and family may also call you for the price of a local call.

You must be at your computer (and your computer turned on) in order for it to work - which may be considered as the only negative for more sophisticated users - but I say, look at the costs. You can use land lines and mobil phones with the same ease and all free.

I've been a happy user for six months and highly recommend it to anyone who wishes to keep in touch with friends and family or conduct business with the US.

Visit the site and see for yourself how much sweeter life can be when you are hooked up to free telephone ability through MagicJack.

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