I have been sitting on this for a while, wanting to wait until I had a hands on review of this product, but time and financial restraints have not allowed for me to get my hands on one of these devices and try out.
There is a new Skype and MagicJack killer on the block, which will even give other consumer centric VoIP products like Vonage and OOMA a run for their money. The NetTalk is a new product that similar to the MagicJack comes with a low annual cost - comparable to a monthly bill for landline phone service. The service is $30 per year, which is $10 more than what MagicJack is offering, but with the recent issues that MagicJack customers have been experiencing with attempting to reach certain destinations, and the limitations that require the MagicJack to be connected to a PC to work this product is a better choice.
This device connects directly to your router, similar to how a traditional VoIP service providers ATA would (think Vonage, or OOMA) The initial cost for the device is $70 which includes the first year of service.
So far all of the reviews that I have seen for this device is positive, so check it out at http://www.nettalk.com/ and let me know what you think in the comments.