03-19-2008 10:25 PM
03-19-2008 10:47 PM
03-19-2008 11:24 PM
03-26-2008 4:03 AM - edited 03-26-2008 4:04 AM
03-26-2008 4:49 AM
asatoran wrote:I haven't tried it with an Aircard, but I have tried it with Wi-Fi over a DSL connection (about 128kb upload) and it works fine.BTW, AT&T's normal consumer Terms of Service says you're not allowed to use VoIP services over the cellular network.(Section 2.I Prohibited and Permissible Uses)
03-27-2008 5:02 PM
03-29-2008 2:46 AM
Wow, thanks for all the amazing replies...you have all schooled me in the fine art of voip...I knew nothing about it before and had no idea there were so many factors involved..Thanks .....
I didnt realize it was in terms of service..I think we have a good thing with this unlimited data thing and we should all adhere to the "TOS"...
This all started because I wanted to cancel home phone and still use my Tivo.....I have since found out that it does not need a phone line (Just get a nag message)
03-30-2008 7:22 AM
03-30-2008 7:39 AM
03-31-2008 3:54 AM
03-31-2008 11:30 AM - edited 03-31-2008 11:32 AM
03-31-2008 1:24 PM
I found some confusion here: MJ is not voip, it's more like Skype since it requires working computer to function, even putting PC in sleep mode will disable MJ. Voip does not require a PC, at all, just a modem.
I have a question: how do callers find you with MJ? What number do they dial?
03-31-2008 2:57 PM
From what I've heard, you pick out your phone number from a list of major cities. As long as your computer is on and connected, you can receive phone calls if you have a phone plugged into the magic jack.
03-31-2008 4:10 PM