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Can I use Magic Jack plus as an active phone line to run century Link DSL modem

Posted on 2014-01-24
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Can I use Magic Jack plus as an active phone line to run century Link DSL modem?
If so does any one know how to setup the century Link DSL modem and router with the using the magic jack Plus

I have looked on the internet but none of the answers I see are not very clear. some say yes and but are not to clear on it
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No, you can't do that.  DSL operates as a carrier on an analog phone line.  Magic Jack requires an existing internet service to operate.
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