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Ooma Telo VoIP Phone System EXPIRED

calistyle 48,495 December 20, 2012 at 09:18 PM in Tech & Electronics (5) More TigerDirect Deals
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Promoted 12-21-2012 at 12:00 AM View Original Post
TigerDirect has Ooma Telo VoIP Phone System on sale for $120 - $30 off coupon code VTH80092 = $90. Shipping is free. Thanks calistyle

Price Research: Our research indicates that this Ooma Telo VoIP Phone System is $30 lower (25% savings) than the next best available price from a reputable merchant, with prices ranging from $120 to $250. - yuugotserved

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Edited December 20, 2012 at 10:54 PM by calistyle
Ooma Telo VoIP Phone System [tigerdirect.com]

$89.99 + Free Shipping with promo code VTH80092

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#61
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And sooo much better than OOMA!
How can you claim that Obi110 is better than OOMA? It has no native 911 support, and is dependent on free services that are unreliable, and make no claim for long term access.
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#62
do either ooma or obi VOIPs affect internet speeds/latency much? I have time warner cable digital phone but they installed it on a different line/modem. TIA Smilie

edit: oh also how are international calls (and/or calling cards)? esp to asia?
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#63
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How can you claim that Obi110 is better than OOMA? It has no native 911 support, and is dependent on free services that are unreliable, and make no claim for long term access.
Have you noticed the price dropping on OOMA, they might be headed out and I have a cell not worried about 911, I pay nothing each month and the voice and lag is soooooo much better
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#64
Anyone consider vonnage? 10 per month. plugs into router, don;t need to leave computer on. used with bright-something (florida - brighthouse?) and with national grid in MA. Same number, just plug it in anywhere and it works. Super convenient if you move around.
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#65
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Anyone consider vonnage? 10 per month. plugs into router, don;t need to leave computer on. used with bright-something (florida - brighthouse?) and with national grid in MA. Same number, just plug it in anywhere and it works. Super convenient if you move around.
Vontage sucks.
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#66
Quote from Thoughts123 View Post :
The kev master refers to himself in the fourth person. The key master has issues Big Grin
Thats a Seinfeld episode, right there!!!!! woot
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#67
$3.76/mo. Cheep cheep. Can't believe anyone pays landline bills.
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#68
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and you have to leave your computer on all the time too right?
not anymore
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#69
Anyone getting an error while trying to check out with PayPal? I keep getting the following message when I hit Place Your Order - "Important Message Error with PayPal, choose another Payment Option or try again. "
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#70
Quote from blazin View Post :
How can you claim that Obi110 is better than OOMA? It has no native 911 support, and is dependent on free services that are unreliable, and make no claim for long term access.
+3 OBI woot
As long as the OBI remains programmable and Google keeps US and Canada free, I'll stay with the free of monthly OBI. If you want e911 you can purchase it for a buck or two (I personally have my $12/mo cellular service cover that) or if you think Google is unreliable, there are dozens of SIP providers that can work with the OBI as it is not locked to any one company. But then again I've been using Google Voice/Talk for free on many devices for over 6 years. Back when it was called Grand Central and Gizmo Project prior to Google's acquisition. The OBI has just made it easier to use by eliminating the computer and making it more of an appliance.

One thing I would lose if Obihai should go out of business is the free softphone they provide through a web service and app that allows outgoing calls from multiple computers/smartphones without disrupting your primary OBI's connection to the Google Voice or SIP provider's servers. For example without this, making a call from Google Talk on my desktop could make my computer the primary temporarily and the OBI may not ring my house phones on the next incoming call until the OBI periodically logs in becoming primary again.

I have an OBI 110 with 2 Google Voice numbers active on it and getting a 202 for Xmas which can have four GV or SIP providers. But I'm mostly looking forward to the features that the bluetooth and wifi interfaces will bring. I see the OBI device as a service bridge also providing FAX and connections to POTS lines.
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#71
Great price! I've been looking for a deal on an Ooma for the last week. I'm moving into a house in January and refuse to pay $40 a month for a landline. My kids will be there part of the time so I want something they can use in an emergency if they can't find my cell phone. I can stomach a $90 one time purchase and less than $4 monthly charge for something that might rarely be used.

As for Paypal, it wouldn't let me checkout either. I ended up having to use a credit card.
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#72
Good deal but I'm not sure I even want a home phone anymore. I have three non profits that call me every day. One calls twice a day. I've told them to stop, I've said rude things to them, they will never stop and I just ignore the phone now. I guess I need to change my number until they find me again.
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#73
Quote from DealGypsy View Post :
And sooo much better than OOMA!
ya I agree with that . I also have to GV works fine. I can call canada & US free anytime. no need to pay any penny set it with only $30. no worry no hurry about the GV free or die in 2013. hope it will last long.
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#74
Quote from clearanceman View Post :
Good deal but I'm not sure I even want a home phone anymore. I have three non profits that call me every day. One calls twice a day. I've told them to stop, I've said rude things to them, they will never stop and I just ignore the phone now. I guess I need to change my number until they find me again.
That's why I like the ability to blacklist numbers on my Ooma.
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#75
now $150 less $30 coupon.............might as well go Amazon
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