• Cordcutters Anonymous

    Cordcutters Anonymous

    October 22, 2018

    Featured, Innovator, Mobile User

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    cutting the phone cord

    As a Verizon customer, Robert was paying $1,200 per year ($100 per month) for landline phone service, but one spring, he decided to make a drastic change. He signed up for magicJack’s 30-day free trial, switched his current number to magicJack service, and started making and receiving all of his calls using the VoIP device. At the end of 30 days, Robert made the switch official, bringing his $1,200 per year expense down to a $35 annual charge.…

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  • Reasons to Use VoIP as Your Home Phone Service

    VoIP as Your Home Phone Service is More Reliable

    We’ve told you in the past how to cut the cord. We published a blog post called Cordcutters Anonymous on the subject, arming you with the information you need to feel comfortable walking away from your traditional home service provider. But do you know the reasons why you should consider cutting the cord, other than cost savings?

    In this post, we’ll walk you through what VoIP is, how it works, and we’ll give you the top reasons to use VoIP as your basic home phone service.…

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  • How We Communicate: Benefits of Talking

    An important question is why do we talk?

    These days, it’s getting harder and harder to ignore that we are living in a world dominated by texting. The old days, when home phone service providers ruled and we were all happily chatting on our landlines, seems like a century ago. And for all the convenience that being able to text and email each other has brought, we seem to have lost something along the way.…

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