| Review by vintagewino |
member for 9.8 years, 2028 visits, last login: 7 days ago
updated 1.2 years ago
- $2 per month
- about 1 days
- "Very economical."
- "No uninstall procedure Shards of info hidden on your system."
- "May not be the right item for everyone, but it's worth a try."
Ease of Installation:
Value for money:
(ratings match consensus)
Update Feb 7, 2012:
Have had no problem with the MJ unit. Sad to see such such a high jump in rates last month. Certainly far above any rate of inflation that's been posted in North America over the 3 year period. Early 2010, signed up for the 5 year plan, so have that going for a while, yet. What happens in 2015 when those 5 years are up? Who knows???
Voice quality is very good. No complaints. Noticed calls get cut off at 90 minutes duration. Could not redial to finish the call. Tried next day, no problem with same #.
Unit still used for outgoing calls only. Very inexpensive LD.
For me, still a keeper.
Opinion, therefore review, not changed. Haven't used the tech support, so I cannot honestly comment on it.
Original review ~ July, 2009:
I had seen the ads, thought what the heck?
Picked it up in February, running it on XP Pro on a Pentium M laptop. Chose a Milwaukee phone #. Couple of small tweaks, and it was functional. The unit is used for outgoing LD calls only, and is removed from the machine when not in use.
There is no uninstall program, so you have a hunt to find the entries hidden in your registry and system.
The Canadian & US websites could best be describes as "visually noisy".
The unit may have a lifespan if left on continually due to constant writing to it. Some have said about a year.
Quality with everyone we have tried is excellent across Ontario and through the US.
Oddly enough, the poorest quality occurs when calling a Milwaukee #. We have yet to figure out if it is MJ or the person we're calling.
Economical - Omitting the hardware cost ($20US), at less than @$2 US /month - you'll likely spend more on coffee in a week.
Canadian #'s have just come in. For the charge for a Canadian # ($5/month), I'll stick with the US#, thank you.
A stable high speed internet line is strongly recommended.
Have had no calls to their tech support, so that really can't be commented on.