Looks like the page has been down for several days. Anyway getting it to work?
Hit the Search button then the I'm Online box. Another window will open. Doesn't work in Opera but used to work fine in other browsers.
There's no way of asking them any questions it seems. What a company. They take customer service to an unheard of low. If you read the inventor's Wikipedia page he seems to lose interest in things once he gets them running.
»en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dan_Borisl ··· Borislow
Seems like he has zero followthrough skills in running a business. Why he doesn't farm his phone support out to India or the Philippines is a mystery. He's got such a bad reputation already - maybe he feels that its too late to recover from that.
I'm trying to find out if its $20 for each year for the first device and $30 for the Plus device. And if you buy a Plus device from somebody else and there's time left, how do you buy more time when its in their name? Do I transfer it over upon purchase to my name? Do they care? And do they accept Paypal or other online payment systems or just credit cards?
I originally thought I'd use MJ as a call forwarding device. I'd put the MJ number on my landline phone's speeddial (don't have long distance but do have perfect sound quality on the landline!) then when I forwarded my MJ phone through the internet to my desired calling destination (pretty fast if the page is bookmarked and you're signed in) I would call the local MJ number from the landline and my destination number would ring. (I then need to unforward the MJ number right away of course if anybody knows it and might try to call me - this works best if no one knows your number and you just use it for outgoing calling.) I was expecting the sound quality to be the same as the landline but it wasn't. It was just like MJ. I wonder if there's anything I could to to improve this. Or if I missed something. I know with a cell phone when you forward it to a landline its landline quality all the way. VOIP seems to be different or at least MJ is different.
Does anybody know if there's a VOIP company that allows one to forward their VOIP number to North American phone numbers for a low monthly fee? MJ doesn't charge a penny. But if the sound quality is the same there's no point. If you can solve this problem you have long distance at $2-3 a month with flawless sound quality. That would be rather desirable in this day and age. Poor communication is not good for making deals.