Wednesday, July 13, 2011

magicJack Plus Can Save You Thousands

For many of you this post will be irrelevant but for those that are still stuck in the age of the dinosaurs and have a home phone I have a great tip that can save you hundreds of dollars each year and thousands upon thousands of dollars over your lifetime.

This one little tip is simply to get the magicJack plus. The magicJack plus is an all-new device just released by VocalTec that provides unlimited local and long distance calling to the US and Canada for just $20 per year.

And the best thing is that the magic Jack has already been around for years so the company behind the new magicJack plus has proven to stand the test of time and we know they will be around for years to come as a major player in the telecommunications industry.

The magicJack plus is different from traditional phone service in that it doesn't work via telephone lines but rather through VoIP technology which routes your call through the Internet. It's really simple too, all you have to do is hook the magicJack plus up to your router via Ethernet and hook the other end into your phone via the phone jack and your phone line will be ready to go instantly.

Think about the savings you can get by making the switch. The magicJack plus cost is just $20 per year while a typical phone line costs $50 per month for a total of $600 per year. That's a savings of $580 per year or $5,800 in ten years.

You simple can't go wrong if you make this choice. Especially since magic Jack offers a 30-day free trial so that you can try it out before you cancel with your current phone company.

Thursday, January 27, 2011

Little Giant Blueberries: Money Better Spent Elsewhere

Just a quick not as this post won't be very long and isn't of up most importance but just something I wanted to put out there. I was recently surfing on the Internet and came across a product called little giant blueberries. The product is blueberry plants that you can buy and then grow at your house in order to have tons of blueberries and save money since they are so expensive at the grocery store.

I was very intrigued by this idea because I often want blueberries but really can't stomach paying so much for such a small container of them. This intrigue got me out on a hunt to see if these plants were really any good. Unfortunately my research didn't lend hardly anything in regards to the plants ability to grow and produce blueberries except for the little giant blueberries FAQ that said your plants won't produce much if any until the 2nd or 3rd year. but I did get the idea that it would be better to purchase plants from a local store like Home Depot. The reason was that this is a typical infomercial type product where the gauge you on shipping and it ends up being a lot more expensive than advertise.

I'd say its best to do yourself a favor and save some of your money and don't get the little giant blueberries!!!!