Women's Professional Soccer League Hangs Up On Magic Jack In Boca Raton

BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — The Women’s Professional Soccer League says it is no longer affiliated with the magicJack team of Boca Raton, featuring notables Abby Wambach and Hope Solo. In a short statement, the league says, “After careful consideration, the Board of Governors of Women’s Professional Soccer (WPS) voted on Tuesday to terminate the Boca Raton based magicJack franchise. WPS will continue to deliver to its players and fans the world’s top women’s soccer league, with plans to make 2012 the most competitive and successful season to date.”

In an article in the Palm Beach Post by Hal Habib, there is speculation that the league was annoyed with Dan Borislow who bought into — and criticized — the league. Borislow invented the magicJack, which — as you may have heard — gives you a telephone number and let’s you make calls nationwide for $19.95, and is available online, Radio Shack, Best Buy, and several other stores named in a poorly dubbed voiceover ads airing on late night cable television.

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