Ooma Telo Free Home Phone Service

Free home phone service with Ooma; Free calling in the U.S. to any phone number; caller-ID, call-waiting and 911 included; No computer or headset required; Option to keep your existing phone number; Low-cost international rates starting at pennies per minute Product Features Revolutionary device that gives you free calls within U.S. and low rates for

Free home phone service with Ooma; Free calling in the U.S. to any phone number; caller-ID, call-waiting and 911 included; No computer or headset required; Option to keep your existing phone number; Low-cost international rates starting at pennies per minute

Product Features

  • Revolutionary device that gives you free calls within U.S. and low rates for international calls
  • Works with any corded or cordless phone; easy installation with no computer required. Not compatible with Ooma Scout.
  • Includes caller-ID, call-waiting, 911, and many other calling features
  • Includes 60-day free trial of Ooma Premier — a suite of enhanced calling services features
  • Includes everything needed for installation; backed by 30-day money-back guarantee and extendable 1-year warranty
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Comments

Ashok Aiyar says:

Excellent design, service and value We purchased an Ooma Hub & Scout in April 2009 to replace a Vonage VoIP connection. We are very satisfied with the hub, and therefore purchased an Ooma Telo for a second location. This review describes our Ooma Telo experience so far, and compares it to the Hub/Scout.The Telo is well designed and sleek. The controls are touch controls and very sensitive. There is a USB port in the back – presumably for future expansion. Like the hub, there are two RJ45 ethernet jacks – one to…

cbrillow "tellin' it as he sees it!" says:

Buyer beware —— of uninformed reviewers! Update: 1 year later February 11th, 2011 — update:It’s been a little over a year since I wrote this review. Approximately 6 months after installing the Telo, I wrote an update that outlined an issue that diminished my initial enthusiasm about it. That update concerned an annoying delay that we experience, likening some conversations to that heard with 2-way radios, where it’s easy for users to “talk over” one another.This update, however, reports on the failure of my unit and Ooma’s…

Pilchard says:

A great looking and improved Ooma VOIP device The Ooma Telo replaces or will replace the Ooma core system. The core system included a hub and scout. The scout and services of the scout are gone from new Ooma devices. In the future, some (but not all) services of the scout may return via the proprietary wireless Ooma Telo handset.For those who don’t know, Ooma is an internet telephone company. This means it uses the Telo to make and receive telephone calls, instead of using your local phone company and its wired network, Ooma…

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