Magic Jack Review
An Insider Look at the Magic Jack VOIP Device

Magic Jack Compatibility

In the beginning, when the magic jack first came out, the device was only compatible with Windows based computers. Thankfully, as time has gone on, the company behind the magic jack has seen such success that it’s allowed them to port it over to Mac computer’s as well.

At the time of writing this article, the magicJack is compatible with Windows XP, Vista and the latest operating system by Microsoft, Windows 7. As we stated above, the device also works on Intel-based Mac computers, so there is some room for flexibility.

Remember that both your computer and Internet connection need to be turned on to make and receive calls. This doesn’t mean you have to constantly keep your computer on, since your magicJack device will still receive voice mail, and route call forwarding with no problem. A lot of users keep their computers on full time anyways, so it’s not usually an issue.

Once you register your magic jack for the first time, you’ll be able to move it from computer to computer with no problem. If you’re having trouble with your magicJack on one computer, trying it on another can be very helpful when trying to troubleshoot the issue.

If you’ve yet to try out the Magic Jack, but have been tempted, we have good news! The company behind the device is currently offering a free 30-day trial for all new customers. They’ve been doing it for awhile now though, so it could end any time. Take advantage of this exclusive deal today!

(Remember, we're in no way affiliated with YMax whom magicJack® is a registered trademark of - we just love and support the product.)