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Ooma VoIP Telo Air 2 with HD3 Handset and $50 calling credit - Costco - $89.99 w/FS

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Includes $50 International Calling Credit for the First 6 Months

Plus get 5% back if you use a Discover card and can get the cashback bonus.


You do have to pay monthly taxes... about $6/month for me in Texas.

I've been with Ooma for years now and have been overall happy with them but it hasn't been perfect. I bought this to upgrade my old Telo unit that would occasionally drop the connection and had to be physically powered down and rebooted to get it back. I also had an HD2 handset and can say the HD3 with this deal is much better. So far no problems with the Telo Air 2 and it was very easy to transfer my Ooma service from my old Telo to the new Telo Air 2.
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Does it have an Ethernet port?
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Does it have an Ethernet port?
Yes, they do! OOMA is essentially a VOIP system, so you plug it in to your router!
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I have had Ooma for years and I still pay no monthly fees. As long as you don't upgrade to their new equipment
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Have the original Omma hub and grandfathered with zero fees per month. I'm sure I saved a few thousand over the past 7 years. Ooma is a great service.
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I have had Ooma for years and I still pay no monthly fees. As long as you don't upgrade to their new equipment
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Have the original Omma hub and grandfathered with zero fees per month. I'm sure I saved a few thousand over the past 7 years. Ooma is a great service.
Happy for you guys, but really not useful for anyone now ....
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You might want to add this:

Includes $50 International Calling Credit for the First 6 Months

That almost a deal in itself for many ...
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Does it have an Ethernet port?
Yep! That's the way I have mine connected.
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You might want to add this:

Includes $50 International Calling Credit for the First 6 Months

That almost a deal in itself for many ...
Done! Thanks.
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Happy for you guys, but really not useful for anyone now ....
I'm actually about to resuscitate my old ooma because my home office needs fax service. Who needs to fax anything these days? Apparently people still do. And it's cheaper for me to go the ooma route than to start something with my internet service provider
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