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Obihai OBi202 VoIP Telephone Adapter with Built-In 2-Port Router & USB Port EXPIRED

Discombobulated 73,449 March 19, 2013 at 12:00 AM in Computers (7) More Newegg Deals
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Promoted 03-19-2013 at 03:11 PM View Original Post
Newegg has Obihai OBi202 VoIP Telephone Adapter with Built-In 2-Port Router & USB Port for $72 - $12 off with promo code EMCXTWL67 = $60. Shipping is free. Thanks Discombobulated

Price Research: Our research indicates that Obihai OBi202 VoIP Telephone Adapter with Built-In 2-Port Router & USB Port is $15 lower (20% savings) than the next best available price from a reputable merchant with prices ranging from $75 to $84. - yuugotserved

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#31
Quote from fblissjr View Post :
Yes. I do this with the 110 right now.
Mind if i ask HOW you do this with a 110? I actually have the 100 and was thinking of upgrading to the 202 specifically for that reason! If I can already do it on the 110, I am missing something LOL.
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#32
Waiting on another Obi110 deal. The last one i purchased was defective and had to be returned. I intend to keep my landline (in an earthquake it will be the only phone service that will work) and it appears to be the only model that bridges it, VOIP and google voice
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Quote from batpot View Post :
Does 4 VOIP services mean you can have 4 separate numbers ring this device?

What are the 2 phone ports for?

I'm just trying to understand the usefulness of this over the 100.
Yes, you can have 4 inbound calling accounts. The 202 has 4 in/out numbers and the other Obi products have 2. Remember that GV takes up one of these slots. So if you want GV and other VOIP lines, the 202 gives you 3 other VOIP lines and the 100/110 give you 1.

You can also configure a lot more VOIP accounts for outbound calls by using dialing codes or dial strings (the 100/110 can do this too).

The second phone port connects to another phone. If one phone is on the line and you get another inbound call, the second phone will ring. Most (many?) VOIP providers allow this to happen on the same inbound phone number. I think you can also specify certain inbound calls to ring either phone. The default is just to ring the primary phone, then the second phone if the primary is occupied.
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#34
Quote from fatcool View Post :
You can call Obama if you want to . all calls to US are free from overseas to that matter even from moon if you have satelite Internet link. Internet = USA calling free.
OK thanks. Don't plan to call Obama, just wanted to make sure the Obi to Obi doesn't require anything else except internet.
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#35
Quote from PoohBah View Post :
I think you can also specify certain inbound calls to ring either phone. The default is just to ring the primary phone, then the second phone if the primary is occupied.
Yes, you can set up which of the 2 phone lines rings by default for each VoIP line is configured. For example, if you theoretically had 4 VoIP configurations, 2 for personal and 2 for work, you could configure the 2 personal lines to ring on one phone, and the 2 work lines to ring on the other one.

The inverse works when placing calls, although each phone will have a single default VoIP configuration when placing the call. You can override the default by picking up the phone (i.e. you hear dialtone) and then using one of the dial codes to tell it to switch to one of the other lines.
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#36
Can someone please correct me if i'm wrong here, not exactly a Voip person. I currently have Vonage, but if i pick up this Obi Voip 202 and the Obi wifi I can connect to google for free calling in the US, plus $.8/month for 911 ?
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#37
I have 2 GV numbers. Can I use this unit with 1 port for the phone and 1 port to my fax machine?
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#38
Quote from Indie View Post :
Can someone please correct me if i'm wrong here, not exactly a Voip person. I currently have Vonage, but if i pick up this Obi Voip 202 and the Obi wifi I can connect to google for free calling in the US, plus $.8/month for 911 ?
Correct
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#39
In for 1.

I have a OBI110 sitting unopened waiting for a round tuit I was very close to getting.

I'll prolly sell the 110.

Thanks, OP!
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#40
Coupon isn't working for me.
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#41
Quote from Indie View Post :
Can someone please correct me if i'm wrong here, not exactly a Voip person. I currently have Vonage, but if i pick up this Obi Voip 202 and the Obi wifi I can connect to google for free calling in the US, plus $.8/month for 911 ?
Quote from A-B View Post :
Correct
If my phone is setup next to my router, I would not need a Obi Wifi, right? TIA.
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#42
why Obihai OBI302 VoIP Telephone Adapter with 2-Phone Ports, Router & USB is less priced compare to 202 ?
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#43
Quote from baluvee View Post :
why Obihai OBI302 VoIP Telephone Adapter with 2-Phone Ports, Router & USB is less priced compare to 202 ?

The OBi302 is a SIP service provider only product.Note: The OBi302 does not support the Google Voice
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Is there any way I can connect multiple phones ( wirelessly one phone upstairs) on the obi110?
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#45
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The OBi302 is a SIP service provider only product.Note: The OBi302 does not support the Google Voice
Thanks Man. in 4 1
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