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Ooma Telo VoIP Phone System EXPIRED

jaewang 475 June 7, 2013 at 12:43 PM in Tech & Electronics (2) More Costco Wholesale Deals
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Promoted 06-07-2013 at 09:58 PM View Original Post
Costco has Ooma Telo VoIP Phone System on sale for $99.99. Shipping is free. Thanks jaewang

Note, non-members are subject to a 5% surcharge, making it $106.50

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Edited June 11, 2013 at 05:44 AM by jaewang
Your price $99.99 @ Costco.

$30 mfg discount is valid 06/07/13 through 06/16/13. While supplies last.

http://Www.Costco.com/Ooma-Telo-V...03374.html

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Quote from nyhteg View Post :
Stupid... store price is 129, they won't do 99, wasted trip
Word of caution from banjolaya on post #77:
Quote from banjolaya View Post :
Word of caution: Before you buy OOMA go to pingtest.net and test your packet loss, ping and jitter.
If you have any packet loss - this might not be for you.
If you have high ping - OOMA might not be for you.
If your jitter is greater than 5 - this is definitely not for you.
There are multiple postings online about OOMA and jitter. The problem comes and goes. Some say it's your IP provider's fault (faulty lines leading to your home), IP provider customer service says - It's not us, it's your modem. You can google this issue and you'll find that some people had real problems with it (myself included).

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#76
I was about to complete the checkout and noticed that Costco charges sales tax for the price before coupon for this item ($129.99 instead of $99.99). Why is that?
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#77
Quote from mychaelp View Post :
go with the Obihai and Google voice. 100? free. If they charge after December you will have had 6 months free phone service. If I could get it working anyone can. PM me with any questions.
I don't like google voice.
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Word of caution: Before you buy OOMA go to pingtest.net and test your packet loss, ping and jitter.
If you have any packet loss - this might not be for you.
If you have high ping - OOMA might not be for you.
If your jitter is greater than 5 - this is definitely not for you.
There are multiple postings online about OOMA and jitter. The problem comes and goes. Some say it's your IP provider's fault (faulty lines leading to your home), IP provider customer service says - It's not us, it's your modem. You can google this issue and you'll find that some people had real problems with it (myself included).
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#79
Damn.. This is thanks giving sale price... Good find..
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Quote from banjolaya View Post :
Word of caution: Before you buy OOMA go to pingtest.net and test your packet loss, ping and jitter.
If you have any packet loss - this might not be for you.
If you have high ping - OOMA might not be for you.
If your jitter is greater than 5 - this is definitely not for you.
There are multiple postings online about OOMA and jitter. The problem comes and goes. Some say it's your IP provider's fault (faulty lines leading to your home), IP provider customer service says - It's not us, it's your modem. You can google this issue and you'll find that some people had real problems with it (myself included).
Here are my results from pingtest.net:
Packet loss: 0%
Ping: 37ms
Jitter: 9ms
Are these considered good results for OOMA (or any VoIP for that matter) usage?

Thanks,
Topper
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Quote from Cruise View Post :
God damnit, I just bought it from Staples yesterday for $130 AR Frown I activated it and ported the number already too! You guys think I can return it and buy it from Costco instead?
No need. Staples will price match 14 days after purchase.
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Ooma Telo VoIP Phone System [costco.com]

Product Overview

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Ooma lets you make free U.S. local and long distance calls over the Internet. Just plug your high-speed Internet connection and regular home phone into Ooma, and you're ready to call anywhere in the U.S. for free. All you pay for is applicable taxes and fees. And unlike other Internet phone systems, there's no need for a PC or a headset- just use your phone like you normally would.

Here's what you get with Ooma:

Free U.S. calling AND low international rates. *
Voicemail, numeric caller-ID, call-waiting and 911 service.
Experience Ooma PureVoice™ HD Technology: Crystal clear conversations over any high speed Internet connection.
Standalone device compatible with your existing home phones-no computer or headset required-and compatible with most fax machines.
The option to keep your current phone number (for a one-time fee) or pick a new number at no charge.
Low-cost international calling starting at less than a penny per minute.
Access voicemail from any phone or web browser.
Award-winning design and features.
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#83
Can I use this to power all of my phone outlets? I currently have uverse and I have one phone line coming out of the RG that powers the whole house and I like that setup.
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#84
I bought ooma for close to $179 from costco two years ago and I could not be pleased more with their services. I only pay about $3/month in taxes.
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#85
I'll wait for someone else to say it....
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Quote from john_kc View Post :
Can I use this to power all of my phone outlets? I currently have uverse and I have one phone line coming out of the RG that powers the whole house and I like that setup.
Yes, you could, I did it for my sister's house.
http://www.ooma.com/app/support/d...hone-jacks
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Quote from topperdude View Post :
Here are my results from pingtest.net:
Packet loss: 0%
Ping: 37ms
Jitter: 9ms
Are these considered good results for OOMA (or any VoIP for that matter) usage?

Thanks,
Topper
Would also like to know as I have similar results
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Quote from topperdude View Post :
Here are my results from pingtest.net:
Packet loss: 0%
Ping: 37ms
Jitter: 9ms
Are these considered good results for OOMA (or any VoIP for that matter) usage?

Thanks,
Topper
Ping and packet loss are not too bad. Jitter is more of a concern. Run the test several times and you'll see, it will change. Than do a search on google for OOMA jitter too high if over 5. Lengthy read though.
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#89
Good coverage and analysis of alternate products. Thank you very much.
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#90
Great deal. I am very happy with my ooma. Have had it about six months and zero problems. My taxes are $4.95/month.
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