My home telephone is now free thanks to Ooma, the company that advertises that you can buy their hardware once and get free calling for the life of the system. It is a bold promise and… It delivers. I switched to Ooma over two years ago when I bought one of their original systems, and have not looked back.Read more
I’ve written about Ooma and my fondness for the “buy it once and never pay for calls again” system numerous times. At CES last year I got to see the Ooma Telo system and, subsequently, I had the chance to review it. At CES they also previewed many of the new services they planned to roll out during theRead more
Thanks to Ooma, my home phone system now costs me a grand total of $0.00 each month. I liked the original Ooma system quite a bit, and I LOVE the new Ooma Telo I reviewed early in the summer.
One of the best new features of the Ooma system isn’t exactly part of the Ooma system. A few months ago
I love my Ooma. I know, I know; when you hear the name you think of Letterman- “Oprah-Uma, Uma-Oprah”, but Ooma isn’t a comedy bit. No, Ooma is a phone service that lets you buy hardware once and then get unlimited calls within the US and low cost calls internationally for the life of the unit.
I’ve written about Ooma
Ooma, the company that makes the stand alone VOiP phone system that lets you buy the hardware once and then make and receive free calls for the life of the unit, has finally released the iPhone app we first told you about in January. The app lets you “put Ooma in your pocket and take it on the go!”
About six months ago I saw an advertisement for the ooma phone system. It was on sale, looked interesting and I jumped to purchase it. I wasn’t all that familiar with the system but thought it was worth a look. I was immediately impressed by it. The unit connected directly into my router and I connected my home phone system
Wayne got his ooma Free Home Phone System back in March and did a full post on it, then he posted a special deal on the ooma the other day. I was looking for a new phone system that would reduce my monthly expense and, if need be, be somewhat portable since we spend part of the year elsewhere.Read more
Just like nearly every business on earth, we’re constantly on the lookout for ways to save money during this economic depression. Recently I’ve been reading about a new device called Ooma. It carries no monthly fee (though you do pay extra for features such as second line, conferencing, enhanced voicemail and screening). In my office I use Vonage unlimited VOIP