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TMCNet:  magicJack product to accommodate different kinds of connections

[December 27, 2012]

magicJack product to accommodate different kinds of connections

Dec 27, 2012 (TELECOMWORLDWIRE via COMTEX) -- magicJack VocalTec, Ltd. (NASDAQ: CALL) s that the newest product has been modified to include two USB slots, one USB plug, a SD micro slot, one RJ11 jack and one RJ45 jack.

With LTE 4G progressing so quickly in the United States and throughout the world, the company modified the newest product for a few months to accelerate the ability to offer discounted Internet access to new and existing customers using this device besides other functions and features. This will provide many people their first opportunity to take advantage of high-speed Internet access.


magicJack VocalTec Ltd., the inventor of VoIP including the softphone and magicJack, has achieved sales of over ten million of the easy-to-use, award-winning magicJack since the device's launch in 2008, and has the use of over 30 patents, some dating to when the company invented VoIP.

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