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Ooma Premiere (1 year service) with free gift - for ooma customers - $99.88

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I think this is a good deal added the premiere service to my mother's ooma account and my own. It was $98.88 for a year. I chose free desk phones as the free gift (they claim it's a $89.99 value). I did have to pay an added $8.99 for shipping and also had to pay tax so my total was $115.84. If you don't want a free gift then you can save the shipping.

If you have Ooma without the premiere service then login to your account and see if you have the $20 off plus free gift offer... this deal ends May 31st.

I figured with the free desk phone, better caller ID, and the robocall blocking that it's a pretty good deal. I get a lot of junk calls and the junk call blocking available with the premiere service should be worth it.

It's my understanding that the desk phone wirelessly connects to your ooma Telo so you just need a power outlet for it.... no wired phone line hookup needed.

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$120 in taxes
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It's my understanding that the desk phone wirelessly connects to your ooma Telo so you just need a power outlet for it.... no wired phone line hookup needed.

https://my.ooma.com/dashboard
Just to clarify... I think that desk phone is only compatible with the "Telo Upgrade" and not the older Telo. I did have the 20% with free gift offer in my account but the desk phone wasn't one of the gift options. I believe it's because I have the older Telo which isn't compatible, but I could be wrong.

I had premier and cancelled it several months back not realizing how much I'd miss that call block feature and the call forwarding.

I'm thinking of re-upping and getting the Linx as the "free" gift. Does anyone have any experience with it? Do I need that wireless adapter too? I'm using the older Telo, but it does have that wifi signal thing on the top right.

Right now my router is in my home office so I have the Ooma base stuck in there. I really want it out of there as only my wife & kids use the Ooma line and don't need them coming in multiple times a day to check for voicemails. I know there is the powerline route, but that is not ideal for me.
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My account is so old (tax-free core user here) I get "There was a problem loading the Hot Offers"
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My account is so old (tax-free core user here) I get "There was a problem loading the Hot Offers"
Ya I have the tax free core as well. They'd love to get us off that!
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People that give this thumbs up never had an Obi....
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Nothing for those with premiere?
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People that give this thumbs up never had an Obi....
I can concur that this is true for me. I have not tried it, as I've been happy w/ Ooma. Is there a big benefit I'm missing?
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Also an AmEx offer for Ooma:

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Get a one-time $20 statement credit by using your enrolled Card to spend a minimum of $100 in one or more transactions online at ooma.com/promo/amex by 8/31/2021. See terms for exclusions.
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Ya I have the tax free core as well. They'd love to get us off that!
Lol same here. I've been wondering if there's a replacement for hardware that could be done without interupting the service. Is Obi completely free and is it as reliable as Ooma? I always thought Obi was a temporary/beta solution that could be offline at anytime.
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Lol same here. I've been wondering if there's a replacement for hardware that could be done without interupting the service. Is Obi completely free and is it as reliable as Ooma? I always thought Obi was a temporary/beta solution that could be offline at anytime.

I believe free Obi relies on Google Voice.

IMHO Ooma is a fairly-priced system that has a nice UI and just works. For ~ $3.XX /mo with as little as I use it.
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Just to clarify... I think that desk phone is only compatible with the "Telo Upgrade" and not the older Telo. I did have the 20% with free gift offer in my account but the desk phone wasn't one of the gift options. I believe it's because I have the older Telo which isn't compatible, but I could be wrong.

I had premier and cancelled it several months back not realizing how much I'd miss that call block feature and the call forwarding.

I'm thinking of re-upping and getting the Linx as the "free" gift. Does anyone have any experience with it? Do I need that wireless adapter too? I'm using the older Telo, but it does have that wifi signal thing on the top right.

Right now my router is in my home office so I have the Ooma base stuck in there. I really want it out of there as only my wife & kids use the Ooma line and don't need them coming in multiple times a day to check for voicemails. I know there is the powerline route, but that is not ideal for me.
I've had the Linx for years trouble free. It uses the wireless handset connection from the Telo, not WiFI. I have simply used it for placing the Telo next to where my router is, then connecting conventional house phone wiring system to the Linx. This enabled me to use conventional phones and conventional wireless phone systems.
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Also an AmEx offer for Ooma:

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Get a one-time $20 statement credit by using your enrolled Card to spend a minimum of $100 in one or more transactions online at ooma.com/promo/amex by 8/31/2021. See terms for exclusions.
Thanks for the heads up. I have the offer on my account as well. I don't use Amex offers a ton, but the terms mention that you need to go through the link you provided in your post. I assume that means it wouldn't work for this deal?
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Thanks for the heads up. I have the offer on my account as well. I don't use Amex offers a ton, but the terms mention that you need to go through the link you provided in your post. I assume that means it wouldn't work for this deal?
I don't know. Typically AE offers are purely add to card OR coupon-based (very few like this). It wouldn't hurt to try if you're spending $100+ anyway.

I'd thought of just charging ~ $100 to my account, but that would be a few years' service.
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