How Your Goat Business Can Instantly Save $700 Or More A Year...
This Simple Little Device Saves Me Over $700
Year In Phone Service
You Are Using Your Private Home Phone For Your Goat Business Or
Pay An Arm And A Leg For Phone Service.. You Really Need To Read This.
As owner of
GoatFinder.com and a few other online businesses I
understand the importance of operating on shoestring
budgets especially with the tough economy.
As I was going
over my expense receipts for tax purposes I couldn't get
over how much I pay for phone service. Let me
rephrase that, how little I pay.
You see with a simple
change to my phone service I now save close to $720 a year.
The amount of
money I now save on my phone bill I can now bank or use towards a
nice vacation with my wife each year.
When you sit
down and think about it a business telephone expense ranks
right up there as one of the high cost items that a
goat business has. This is especially true if you
operate from a retail store or office with multiple phones.
If you figure on
average a business line can run anywhere between $40 to
$60 per line. That's approximately $720 per year per
phone line. If your
business has several lines then one can only imagine the
A couple years back when
our economy started to tank was the beginning of my quest to start cutting back on
business expenses. Yes, even goat businesses were
impacted by the economic downturn.
One of the first things I
did was shut down the
business line I had with the phone company and started using my cell
phone which was used primarily as our home phone. I guess you
could say that was a big mistake.
Since my business is
nationwide my costs with the cell phone started shooting up.
This forced me to continue to increase my cell phone plan which in
turn shot my bill up to the point as if I still had a land line with
the local phone company.
It wasn't until one day
when I was complaining to a good friend of mine about the cost of
phone service that he mentioned a phone system that ran through his
computer. He said it was called MagicJack and that he only
pays $20 a year for the phone service.
I told my friend that he
was nuts that no phone business can survive with a service fee of
$20 annually. On top of that for $20 a year the clarity of the phone
line was probably pretty crappy. He said that he had been
using it for a few months and that it actually works really well.
So, that evening I went
online to check it out decided to give it a shot. I purchased the MagicJack USB
unit online which cost me around $39 which included the first year
A few days later I
received the unit in the mail. I took it out of the box and
all I had to do was plug it into my computer via a USB port.
Once it was plugged in the MagicJack did its thing. All I had
to do was plug a regular phone into the end of the MagicJack.
In fact the phone I used
was a wireless phone. Within 5 minutes I had my own phone number
with my area code along with a dial tone. I couldn't believe
So like any guy with a new
toy I started calling all my friends up to see how it
performs. It was no different than if I had a regular land
line. After testing it awhile I started using the MagicJack
phone number in my business dealings and to this day have never had
one problem with it.
The MagicJack Has SAVED
Me More Than $700 A Year
I now exclusively use a magicjack as a dedicated business line
and it is the number I use for advertising purposes. When the phone rings I know that it's business. I
no longer have customers calling on my private line.
What was really nice about
this is that you can call anybody. You are not tied down to
calling someone that has to have a computer. If they have a
phone you can call them. You can even call long distance
Nationwide as well as Canada for FREE!
You No Longer Need A
Computer To Use MagicJack
MagicJack's latest improvement doesn't require you to plug into
a computer anymore. You can plug it directly into your wall so
your computer doesn't have to be on all the time.
While there are a
couple of models out there I would highly recommend the
MagicJack Plus which allows you to plug directly into the
wall. I believe the cheaper models still require you to plug in
to a computer.