...as opposed to, say, the wonderful encryption we get on land lines and wireless headsets nowdays? This is certainly no LESS secure than the technology the public has used since 1877, and has the capability to be much more secure if, indeed, MJ has any encryption on their internet protocols.
I am currently a UMA user thru T-Mobile, and I find this new MJ technology very intriguing ... not particularly useful, but still interesting. They seem to imply that you get the full MJ service ... sooo I get a new phone number to give out for my home number which, when my cell phone is within range, might possibly connect to it if I don't have a good signal to my primary provider? *boggle*
I don't have a land line now because I got tired of the extra expense and the phone number juggling ... but now I can get phone number juggling back for much less! yay! I wonder what their next product will be? A CRT monitor that only weighs 1/20 as much as the old ones, but requires you to plug it into PCI graphics adapter?