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GVJack Telephone Adapter Solution For Google Voice Goes Viral. Free Home Phone Service For Millions.
The GVJack App that lets users set up free home phone service using Google Voice and an expired/used magicJack telephone adapter has gone viral reaching over 1 million downloads worldwide within 2 months of release.
A one time purchase that is free to try out for a few days and retails for under $20, the GVJack App is by far the least expensive solution on the market for using Google Voice with a regular phone. Google Voice continues to offer users free phone numbers, free long distance calling, free texting and free voice mail in addition to other advanced built in features including but not limited to simultaneous call forwarding to mobile phones, live call transfer between phones and call recording.
Developed by PCPhoneSoft.com, the industry leader in aftermarket telecom applications for magicJack owners, the GVJack App works with any magicJack even if it was owned by a different person or has an expired subscription including those now frequently available on popular auction sites for as little as $1 dollar. When used with a regular phone and its keypad, it provides a fully featured landline style calling experience.
The GVJack App only requires 3 steps to setup:
1. Plug any magicJack phone adapter into a computer
2. Download and install the GVJack App from PCPhoneSoft.com
3. Sign in using any Gmail email account to start placing free phone calls
It is fully integrated with a user's Gmail contact list and displays the caller's name on the phone on incoming calls.
Just pick up your phone and dial the number you wish to call using your phone key pad for outgoing calls and answer your phone when it rings for incoming calls. You can also program your Google Voice account to ring your new "GVJack" phone and mobile phone at the same time allowing it to behave like a free extension of your mobile phone to use in your home or office without signal strength issues or using up valuable minutes. This gives users the freedom to power off their computer and still have coverage via their mobile phone.
Users can also use the same phone with online voice/video chat services like Skype and Google+.