|reply to iansltx |
Re: Hardly unlimited
What this does is make folks like Vonage look horribly, horribly overpriced. MagicJack is still less for a pure VOIP play but $19 is a great price considering the cell "anywhere/anytime" minutes you get on Sprint's network.
Particularly since MagicJack won't connect calls to certain locations, and I guarantee that this service will.
But yeah, makes Vonage look ridiculously overpriced. Same with cable VoIP. Same with landlines in general.
|reply to rradina |
Just to play devil's advocate here, doesn't Vonage give you the equipment for free, versus this plan where the user buys the phone upfront? I would think there is more hardware recoup in Vonage's fees than in Republic's.