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OBi110 Voice Service Bridge and VoIP Telephone Adapter EXPIRED

KodiakAlaska 216 January 24, 2013 at 06:05 PM in Tech & Electronics (8) More Amazon Deals
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Promoted 01-25-2013 at 02:55 AM View Original Post
UPDATE: No longer available from Newegg, but Amazon has it for the same price.

Amazon.com has OBi110 Voice Service Bridge and VoIP Telephone Adapter for $39.99. Shipping is free. Thanks hundrednaire

Newegg.com has OBi110 Voice Service Bridge and VoIP Telephone Adapter for $48.99 - $9 w/ promo code EMCXWVV225 = $39.99. Shipping is free. Thanks KodiakAlaska

Price Research: Our research indicates that this OBi110 Voice Service Bridge and VoIP Telephone Adapter is $9.25 lower (19% savings) than the next best available price from a reputable merchant with prices starting at $49.25. - brisar

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Edited January 25, 2013 at 03:58 AM by brisar
This deal looks to be alive again ....

use code EMCXWVV225

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16833617002

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I've had one of these for years and it's fantastic. It completely replaced my landline phone service - you plug one jack into your router and another into your cordless phone. I use it with Google Voice and all calls within the US and Canada are free. I believe it supports international calls too, but I haven't actually tried it - here is information about Google Voice's international rates:

https://www.google.com/voice/rates
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I would recommend this to anyone. We have been using this for the last 1 year. We were paying Vonage 36 per month. The good thing about this is that there are no monthly fee (Google Voice) . International calls are metered mostly @ 2 cents pm. You can add 911 service by paying CallCentric $1.5 pm. I think we saved more than $200 by using OBI. Call quality through Google Voce is excellent. Also somes with all the loaded features of Google Voice. OBI customer response is awesome. No wonder why this little thing has 4.6/5 rating by 844 people at Amazon.
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Can you port your old land line phone number with this?
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is there a way to get international calls for free?
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I would like to keep my number and as far as I know, MagicJack Plus is the slickest deal for that.
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I have the Obi100 and it's awesome. Bought it at regular price of $39.99. Only difference between the two is that this has 2 phone ports.
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Quote from attyveeru View Post :
How do we compare this with vonage world plan? I make lot of calls to India.
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#23
I'm still using my old Ooma Hub without any additional fees. I know it was more up front, but I could keep my existing number and 911 service is included. Just got an email yesterday that Ooma is going to stop supporting the old Hub and focus on the Telo. As far as this, as long as Google Voice stays free then this is a good deal. There are rumors of Google starting to charge in the near future, but it still probably wouldn't be higher than the phone company.
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Can you port your old land line phone number with this?
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I would like to keep my number and as far as I know, MagicJack Plus is the slickest deal for that.
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You can port any number including land lines but it involves some work. First I ported my landline number to a spare gophone I had lying around that I picked up for about 5 bucks. Then I ported that gopones number to google for their 10 dollar fee. Basically, if you are motivated, then it can be done. Google is your friend.
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Quote from rangerlg View Post :
I'm still using my old Ooma Hub without any additional fees. I know it was more up front, but I could keep my existing number and 911 service is included. Just got an email yesterday that Ooma is going to stop supporting the old Hub and focus on the Telo. As far as this, as long as Google Voice stays free then this is a good deal. There are rumors of Google starting to charge in the near future, but it still probably wouldn't be higher than the phone company.
They announced 2013 would be free for US/Canada.
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Just an FYI for those looking for a voice over IP solution... I bought the OOMA box, maybe about 5 years ago, MAN This thing rocks!!!! It is solid!!! Yes I paid about $200 for it, but that was it! I never paid anything from then on other than my internet connection, which BTW I pay $40 a month for a dedicated 7-15meg line... best way to go I say! To heck with the darn phone company, they suck!!! Why pay for their service, I have tried many and the OOMA box does better then theirs and again cost me far less!!! ;-)
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I have had poor luck with the obi 110 but the obi 202 is fantastic!
I agree, don't get the Obi 110. I've owned the 110. It was very buggy and after 8 months completely died on me. I can't testify on the 202.
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Can you port your old land line phone number with this?
Land line numbers must first be ported to a mobile carrier and then ported to the service provider (Google Voice for example) that you will use with the Obi device. Google charges $20 to port a number into their service. The whole procedure is a bit cumbersome but it can be done - I just ported from Voicepulse (VOIP) to AT&T and then to Google. If you're serious about doing this, run a search for "number port to Google voice" and read how others have done this.
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Quote from janie7777 View Post :
Can you port your old land line phone number with this?
No and yes Smilie

You can't port the number directly to Google Voice, but you can port it to cellular provider (i.e. t-mobile, at&t, verizon) and as soon as the port happens, you can port it to GV.

I just got my obi110 and couldn't be happier. I was going to go through the porting process myself, but I realized that the only people that call our old landline were kids' friends and telemarketers. It also didn't hurt that I had a GV number I got (but never used) a year ago and the number is a local number, almost matching our old one.
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Google was supposed to pull the plug on free googlevoice this year,
Also, can not port landline phone no to googlevoice.

Just fyi.
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