Our first bit of advice for this Firefox extension for making cheap calls via the Internet is to go to the publisher's Web site to read how to install it and get started. Our second bit of advice is to work quickly, as the trial version last only five minutes. Our final bit of advice is to find another way to implement VoIP.
There is no interface for this browser add-on. After install, you're directed to the publisher's site to set up your account. You have to provide a landline phone number and e-mail address to receive your login password. It isn't immediately clear what to do next, but there's a phone icon with an 800 number. Click it and the number you provided will ring, connecting you to an automated process to enter your password. A small display appears on the publisher's Web page letting you know how much money you saved on the call. Since it's a toll-free number, it seems odd that there could be any savings associated with it. You can easily add numbers to your list, and then it's a point and click to the number you want to call. With some luck, you'll have time for one quick call before the trial expires.
This isn't voice over your Internet service as Jajah actually connects your phone landline to your dialed number. While most users could install and operate this browser phonebook, the registration process, implementation, and actual use of this demoware completely underwhelmed us.