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OBi200 VoIP Phone Adapter $39.98

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Not as good as recent Newegg deal but Amazon has OBi200 for $39.98 when you follow instruction below
* Add OBi200 Adapter to your cart. MUST be "Sold by Obihai Technology, Inc. and Fulfilled by Amazon."
* Original price is $49.99, use code OBIDEAL2 to bring it down to $39.98
* Prime eligible or ships free if you choose Standard shipping.
*This promotion expires on Saturday, February 28th at 11:59 PM Pacific, or when supplies run-out.

Link: Amazon [amazon.com]
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Edit: Cleaned up shipping info.

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I got the E-mail and it settled something for me..

"As you may be aware, Obihai will no longer develop and release software updates for OBi100 and OBi110 devices. 2017 is also the last year you can purchase Premium Support for the OBi100 and OBi110.

Give your OBi100 or OBi110 a refresh by getting the OBi200. "

So you can STILL buy the $10 yearly premium support any time during 2017, so there will be some sort of support (manual updates) until 2018, possibly 2019..

Ring+ lifetime membership comes to mind.. Who knows where they will be in a year..
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In the market for a new voip from a previous cable company. Had been eyeing this one..thanks for the code.
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Yep I got the email from OBi too. Guess it's time to upgrade my OBi100, even though I don't have any real technical need to.
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Do you think they will disable the working OBI100 products as new software is released?
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Do you think they will disable the working OBI100 products as new software is released?
I don't think it's a matter of "disabling". OBI100/10s use an older chipset (new ones use ARM) so I suspect they are consolidating their technical staff to work only on the ARM units.
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so...can any phone be used with this?

Any recommendations for a home business phone?
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Amazon will charge most sales tax. it was last on sale at new egg with no tax for $35. We also learned that the last year you can buy "paid" support for the 100 / 110 is 2017, so If you paid the $10 in December there will be some sort of support until the end of 2018.. It kind of feels like to me as if it was the December R+ announcement. They need to sell you a unit. Remember that OBI uses Google Voice. if Google wants them gone, they are gone. You can still use google voice on most of the orphaned R+ phones or on your tablet or computer. You do not need this unless you need to use old school phones.

Yes I know there are other VOIP solutions if Google ends the obi relationship, but again you wont need to "ugrade" to a different unit either. Also OOma is still another option.. No need to act like your hair is on fire just yet if you have a 100 or 110..
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Last edited by telobeck March 1, 2017 at 05:37 PM.
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