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Polycom OBi200 1-Port VoIP Google Voice Digital Internet Telephone Adapter EXPIRED

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Newegg has Polycom OBi200 1-Port VoIP (Voice Over IP) Digital Internet Telephone Adapter w/ Google Voice, SIP & Fax Support for $49.99 - $10 w/ promo code 63WTNTY259 = $39.99. Shipping is free.

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About this product:
  • Formerly known as the "OBIHAI OBi200"
  • How it works:
    • Using this device along with your existing broadband Internet connection, you can make and receive phone calls using a multitude of VoIP services for free or at a fraction of the cost a traditional telco would charge.
    • Use Google Voice with the OBi and enjoy free calls inside the USA and Canada.
    • Call internationally at amazingly low rates to over 150 destinations.
    • When someone calls, ring multiple OBi devices, anywhere.
    • Block unwanted nuisance and tele-marketer calls.
    • Features: Caller ID, call forwarding, call waiting, 3-way calls, faxing
    • Voicemail that acts like email
  • Designed, developed and supported in the USA
  • Limited 1 year warranty
  • Ports
    • 1x Phone Port for connection to a telephone or fax machine
    • 1x Ethernet port for connection to a home router

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Just recently gotten this. Had ran into a lot of problems setting this up. But since I'm good with tech I solved all the problems by myself. So I going to do a guide for transferring a landline to Obi200 and setting it up. Hopefully this will help other users.

First port your landline to T-Mobile prepaid $15 service. If you have a cellphone number you want to port you can skip this. Also remember to ask the rep for your account number when you are at T mobile. It is not your telephone number. Your account number is totally different. Once it is ported WAIT at least 3 days for it to stabilize.

Next port the number to Google voice for $20. Once ported WAIT for one day.

Then setup the obi200. You should hear a dial tone when you pick up the phone. These are key steps. Once setup up, pickup the phone and dial ***8. That will do a factory reset. Then register on obitalk site. When you go add a device. Uncheck the " I want to configure Google Voice on this device" box. Then follow the site directions. Then under approved service providers click for home. Then setup Google Voice. Then enjoy!!

Hope this help some of you. After using it for 2 weeks. I LOVED it no more spam calls. In google voice turn on filter spam.

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Can this fax?
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can you use this with grandstream voip phones?
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Seems like this deal is every other week
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About as low as this adapter ever goes since Polycom bought them.
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Can this fax?
Yes. http://www.obitalk.com/forum/index.php?topic=15929.0
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can you use this with grandstream voip phones?
No. This OBi200 device is best use with a standard analog telephone. Or, a cordless phone with satellite handsets (max 7). A VoIP IP Phone will not work.
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Thanks, finally jumped on board after too many dropped cell calls because I live in the sticks.
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Seems like this deal is every other week
yeah this is basically normal price
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yes, but I have trouble faxing more than a single page at a time. it just wont go through
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I have used for years on a VOIP line, including one pg at a time faxes , as mentioned above. They work on Google voice, just fine with NO charges .
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Can this fax?
I use mine to fax from a Canon MFD fairly regularly, using Google Voice as the outbound even though faxing is not formally supported. Errors aren't nonexistent, but they're pretty infrequent. Multiple page faxes go through fine.
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I have used for years on a VOIP line, including one pg at a time faxes , as mentioned above. They work on Google voice, just fine with NO charges .
Jumping in to say that I too have used this for years and years (since 2012ish), when it was just Obi before the buy out but with gVoice (had that too before it was bought by google even) and these are solid. I recommend with Panasonic phones as they last a good while, and I setup with Anveo for cheap additional service like 800 numbers with full answering buildout (check it isn't international, route to vm, press 1 for x, business hours, etc.). Good buy and great price.
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Would this replace Vonage? Is there a way to keep current Phone # ? Thanks in advance!

I've become de-facto tech support at home, lol
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