Copyright 2016 Holimon's Products Online All rights reserved. Website design and developed by : Best websites designer
Samsung Galaxy S III 16GB SPH-L710 Blue Android Cell Phone.
This is a Samsung Galaxy S III 16GB SPH-L710 Blue Android Cell Phone.
3G/4G LTE connectivity
Samsung Galaxy AT&T Smartphone.
This is a Samsung Galaxy AT&T Smartphone.
AT&T Samsung Galaxy S2 SII 16GB Black SGH-I727
Unnecto Air 5.0 Cell Phones – Unlocked.
This is a Unnecto Air 5.0 Cell Phones – Unlocked (Gray)
Unlocked Dual SIM Phone, Quad Core 1.3 GHz Processor, 12MP Main Camera 3.0 Front camera
New & Improved 2012 MagicJack Plus.
This is the New & Improved 2012 MagicJack Plus.
No Monthly Bills – Free Caller ID – Free Voicemail – Free Call Forwarding – Free Call Waiting – Free 411 – Free International Calling To The U.S. & Canada From Anywhere**
I have made calls to Arizona and North Carolina and the sound quality was perfect. Had NC call me back to see if inbound calls where any different and it was still perfect sound quality.
I then tried to Fax to NC and that worked fine also.
Now I plugged my MJ into the outlet NOT the PC. When I plugged into the router I did not have to mess with setting up ports at all for my system (yours might be different). Also I have very fast Internet speeds of between 30k and 50k Mbps, presently I am at 40k Mbps. Internet Speed is very important with MJ as if you have a dial up or a slow connection you will likely have problems.
It’s only been a few days but so far so good. I will update this later on if able to keep you informed on how it’s going.
Oh one thing to note, I just started porting my home phone number to MJ and you can make Outbound Calls while the number is being ported, but you CANNOT receive Inbound Calls till the port is complete which can take 5-10 days they say. Not a big deal for me, but I guess can be irritating for others. You can however still get Voicemail sent to you so you do not really miss any calls.
Few other things about the pricing when signing up:
The box I bought came with 6 months free, but you still have to pick a plan.
If you only go with a year plan it will cost you $30.
I went with the 5 year plan for $100 or $20 a year and this gave me 5 years and 6 months so I am all paid up till 6/2019 as it shows on my MJ account page.
Also there is a charge if you want 911 service for me it was only $6 a year, but on the website they say it can cost $6 to $60 a year depending on where you live. I did not do it cause you can call the police and ask what the 10 digit number is to get 911 operators and just program that into your phone for one touch dialing and save this fee.
And there is a $10 fee a year for having a number ported over to use with MJ.
They also have international calling plans that seem okay, I do not call overseas so that did not concern me.
MJ does have Voicemail service that will send the .wav file to your email address and that seems to work fine. It does work as your number is being ported over cause you can not receive inbound calls but you do get the voicemails. Course if you have a answering machine you can disable this on the account page.
I’m reading the reviews for the newest Magicjack and wondering if I possibly received a couple of the few goods ones produced? I have been a Magicjack customer for a few years and have been satisfied with the services provided, particularly considering the cost of usage. The original Magicjack isn’t anything special, but it has performed for me well over the years. My only concern was problems with faxing. Occasionally there will be a brief quality of sound drop. And now and then an incoming call will catch the darn thing sleeping ( All my friends know to call back if they get the auto attendant.
VTech CS6419 DECT 6.0 Expandable Cordless Phone.
This is a VTech CS6419 DECT 6.0 Expandable Cordless Phone.
DCT 6.0 Digital technology
Panasonic KX-TG4742B DECT 6.0 Cordless Phone.
This is a Panasonic KX-TG4742B DECT 6.0 Cordless Phone.
DECT 6.0 Plus Technology
All of these Panasonic cordless phone systems are near flawless.
Great voice quality, a near endless array of features, and great range.
So what are the differences between the KX-TG4745B (new for 2012) and my slightly older KX-TG6645B (first introduced in 2011 yet still listed as a 2012 model)
Not much, yet a few important differences did emerge.
The newer model (4745B) has MUCH LARGER KEYS. A definite plus for everyone but particularly useful to the elderly or those with impaired eyesight. I think these larger keys would be welcomed by all. The Actual Number of Keys and their FUNCTION is the SAME on both models, they are just much larger on the 4745B.
The newer model (4745B) is certainly louder – and it has a dedicated rocker switch built into the side of the handset to adjust volume. One of my minor complaints about the older 6645B was that it was just adequate in volume, even at its very highest settings, and you had to press a menu key to increase the volume (see my review of that model). Once again, the newer 4745B is better. It is clearly louder and the volume adjustment is far more intuitive as well as easier because of a dedicated rocker switch on the side of the handset.
The display on the older 6645B is slightly larger and a little bit better. However the text is huge on both models and both displays are quite clear. Even with poor eyesight, the displays on both models are near perfect. But as I look at both models, side by side, I’d have to say I prefer the older model (6645B) by a very small margin but I would not let that influence my purchasing decision. The differences are very minor and the text is huge on both.
Range – it appears to be about equal on both models. I actually did a walking test outside my house switching between both models. In general, the range is amazing. While all my older cordless phones stopped working just outside of my garage door, both Panasonics work about 100 feet or more from the base unit and far beyond my garage door. Amazing! Note as you get maybe 100 feet from the base unit you might hear some hiss. Within my large home the connection is perfect – completely absent of any hiss or any other audio anomalies but outside – if you are really far from the base unit, some hiss is present.
The older model (6645B) can power the base unit in the event of a power outage – the newer model cannot. I would not view that as a major advantage for the 6645B since you only have a few hours of use before the batteries are depleted and depending on who provides your phone service – the basic phone service may not be working during a power outage, so even if your cordless phones are powered up – your basic phone service may not be on. So any advantage is likely minimal. You really should have one hard wired basic phone in your house – the cost is minimal from $10.00 to $25.00
Whatever model you choose – these Panasonics are near perfect. Great voice quality, range and near perfect displays. I’ve now purchased three sets – two as gifts
One final piece of advice: I’d strongly recommend you purchase one more handset than you think you’ll need given the low cost of an additional handset when purchasing a package. Purchasing separate handsets at a later date is much more expensive. Frankly, I’d just buy 5 handsets even if you can’t figure out where you will use them all.
The voice quality of these phones is nothing short of superb – on either model – no hiss – or other audio anomalies except at extreme ranges. Simply perfect voice quality!!! As noted – the 4745B is a bit louder and has a rocker switch on the side of the handset to adjust volume.
Cordless phones have finally been perfected! You will not be disappointed by either model of these Panasonic phones but the 4745B is the better choice given its better ergonomics and louder volume.
Both models use a newer frequency which is not shared with wireless routers, microwave ovens, older cordless phones, etc. On either model of phone I have never experienced hiss or any other type of problem unless you are at an extreme range. Within my large home, the sound quality is flawless.
One LAST Update (April 2013): Panasonic just released literature on their 2013 phones. Most of the 2013 models will NOT be available until May/June 2013. While there are a few additional features on a few select models – keep in mind – cordless phones have already matured. I love my 2011/2012 Panasonic cordless phones. Yet some newer ones offer integration with cell phones via bluetooth, if you happen to have that need. Personally I see no major benefits for 2013 except for cell phone integration
For May/June 2013 I’d recommend the KX-TG6845B – it is essentially the same phone. The last number relates to the number of handsets so a KX-TG6845B has 5 handsets, a KX-TG6844B has 4, a KX-TG6843B – 3, etc.
Bluetooth Speaker,MINI Desk Office Wireless Powerful Sound Portable Speaker with Radio function,USB and TF card port,Works for Ipad,Iphone,Samsung,Huawei and Other Music Players.
This is a Bluetooth Speaker,MINI Desk Office Wireless Powerful Sound Portable Speaker with Radio function,USB and TF card port,Works for Ipad,Iphone,Samsung,Huawei and Other Music Players.
High quality Codec IC is equipped to improve the audio quality; Noise and echo cancellation technologies are adopted to perfectly display the sound in 360 dimensions
SanDisk Sansa MP3 Player,and Stopwatch.
This is a SanDisk Sansa MP3 Player,and Stopwatch.
Plays music, audiobooks, and podcasts
Coby CVE92 Isolation Stereo Earphones (Discontinued by Manufacturer).
This is Coby CVE92 Isolation Stereo Earphones (Discontinued by Manufacturer).
In-ear isolation design helps block background noise
Verizon LG VN150 Revere No Contract Grey CDMA Camera Cell Phone EXCELLENT.
This is a Verizon LG VN150 Revere No Contract Grey CDMA Camera Cell Phone EXCELLENT.
Excellent sound quality and reception, large keys, thin and light, very long battery life, easy to use features. Suits all my needs. Only shortfall is poor speaker phone quality. Otherwise, great little phone.
My husband washed his phone like this one in wash. Did not recovery well. Ordered this
Click below here to buy NOW!!!!