Magicjack now offers Canadian numbers
No, 416 currently, but I snagged a 647 this morning.
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Yes, you need to buy it first. Once you own it, you go through the options menu online selecting voice mail, call forwarding etc. In this menu is your number selection.
Mar 18th, 2010 8:16 am
This isn't completely accurate, I note specifically that Ontario 416 shows available, however, when you click on the select number for a 416 it shows none available. Only 647's were available (at the time of posting) for Toronto.ozzydigital wrote: ↑Mar 18th, 2010 12:12 pmhttp://www.magicjack.com/9/areacodes.asp
Available Alberta - Calgary 403
Available Alberta - Edmonton 780
Available British Columbia - North Vancouver 604
Available British Columbia - Vancouver 604
Available British Columbia - West Vancouver 604
Available Manitoba - Winnipeg 204
Available Nova Scotia - Halifax 902
Available Ontario - Hamilton 905
Available Ontario - London 226
Available Ontario - Niagara Falls 289
Available Ontario - Oakville 289
Available Ontario - Ottawa 613
Available Ontario - Toronto 647
Available Ontario - Toronto 416
Available Ontario - Windsor 519
Available Quebec - Hull 819
Available Quebec - Montreal 514
Available Quebec - Quebec City 418
Mar 18th, 2010 8:34 am
1) Get MJ
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Mar 18th, 2010 9:19 am
ordered one last week to ship from the U.S. for the free trial. Curious though if the trial starts at time of shipping or once I activate. Seems like it starts before we even test the thing...zenox wrote: ↑Mar 18th, 2010 12:37 pmI see the free trial signup, but I'm missing a page with the prices? Can anyone point me to this?
EDIT* Nevermind, I found it when you try and sign up for the trial:
"Get your magicJack and one year of Free Local and Long Distance Calls.
* On the 31st day you will be charged $39.95 plus $6.95 s&h"
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you can make your local calls from your magic jack number...to receive local calls from friends etc, they would have to call your magic jack number of your regular land line number. The advantage of this is if you have family/friends anywhere in the U.S. and you can grab an area code number the same as theirs and call each other on the magic jack for free. Of course, you can't receive local calls on it though...
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