The new magicJack GO looks suspiciously like it’s predecssor the magicJack PLUS 2012. It’s about the same size, with the same light configuration, just with a new “coat of paint”, so to speak. That said, the mJ+2012 was a good device, and likely so will this one be. Check out the video below.
Once again, I used the computer method for registration and activation, since this method seems to be the most frustration-free for the widest audience. I created a new magicJack account for this device because again, most viewers are buying the device for the first time.
There are a lot of text captions with fairly dense extra information. If you’re not a technology person or the video seems to be going by fast, feel free to watch the video several times, pause or skip back a few seconds to read all the information.
I’m surprised about the e911 setup. I guess magicJack can’t really say there are no hidden costs. The only way around it is to not immediately charge for e911. I’m not sure how this will play out in magicJack’s business model.
So far, I have had no trouble using the device. It behaves pretty much the way the magicJack plus 2012 did. I will be conducting an audio, power and lights test for an upcoming video. I hope you find this video useful. If you do, please subscribe to my youtube channel.