NetTalk Duo II VOIP Phone Adapter

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netTALK DUO II VOIP Phone Adapter - RJ-11, RJ-45, USB Powered (3 months of service included) - DUO II
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netTALK DUO II (171.62kB)
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puggle (Jan. 29, 2014 @ 4:25p) |

With my Obi110, I was unable to send faxes.  I researched and figured out I had to turn of my "error correction" (or som... (more)

manomight (Jan. 29, 2014 @ 4:54p) |

Economy shipping (residential only) was $4.12 to my location.
Ground (2 to 6 days) if not residential was $7.28

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How does this compare to the other options out there... Magic jack, ooma telo, ?

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Bagofchips said:   How does this compare to the other options out there... Magic jack, ooma telo, ?
  
I have had the Duo wifi edition for about 2 years already and can say that it is the cheapest option by far. The call quality is OK; it can be a bit quiet and "crackly". Also, occasionally you will get a dropped call here and there. My advice is that you get a really good router as well. I have found that certain routers don't like the duo that much and you have to reset the router all of the time. I have a Buffalo N router and it seems to work rather well.

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only 3 mo.s service.. What is the cost after?

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Have had the wired Duo for 3 years and have only had 1 day of interruption. Other than that, calls are fine and can't beat it for the price.

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vickh said:   only 3 mo.s service.. What is the cost after?
  Select renewal length 1year(s) ($29.95)
 2year(s) ($54.95) save $4.95
 3year(s) ($77.95) save $11.90
 4year(s) ($98.95) save $20.85

If you let your service expire there is a $9.99 reactivation fee.

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I did 3 years, so far so good.

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Nothings beats Ooma Telo!

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I had net talk for a year (1 year "free" service with purchase of duo device) but i never renewed as service fee was close to $40/year. Instead i bought obi 101 (for around $30 i believe) and set it up with google voice. Call quality is better and its free

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ciszew said:   I had net talk for a year (1 year "free" service with purchase of duo device) but i never renewed as service fee was close to $40/year. Instead i bought obi 101 (for around $30 i believe) and set it up with google voice. Call quality is better and its free
  
google voice going away in may... Any other free options??

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ciszew said:   I had net talk for a year (1 year "free" service with purchase of duo device) but i never renewed as service fee was close to $40/year. Instead i bought obi 101 (for around $30 i believe) and set it up with google voice. Call quality is better and its free
  me too, very good, very cheap... but, what Next? will they figger a way to continue? or, are we hosed? ie: google gonna stop supporting per other threads....

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Redw000d said:   ciszew said:   I had net talk for a year (1 year "free" service with purchase of duo device) but i never renewed as service fee was close to $40/year. Instead i bought obi 101 (for around $30 i believe) and set it up with google voice. Call quality is better and its free
  me too, very good, very cheap... but, what Next? will they figger a way to continue? or, are we hosed? ie: google gonna stop supporting per other threads....
voip.ms
1 cent per minute outgoing/incoming
99 cents per phone number per month.

If you talk 1000 minutes a month, your cost would be $11 per month.

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Thanks in for 1

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Great price, only if the rebate part was easier. I have a bad history with not getting all my rebates. Otherwise, I like this deal

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I have one that I would pay $9.99 for someone to take.  The call quality was horrible.  I was using wired.  It was useless over wireless. 

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This item is plug and play
To compare it to the ob's is just silly, they are far from it.
Sound on both is great.

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3 years 77.95 = ~$2.17 per month. Cannot be beat.

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Fail #1: TigerDirect
Fail #2: Rebate + TigerDirect



On serious note, any one who has or has used this particular unit, does Google Voice forwarding work properly with it? I know the original Duo, it did not - Nettalk system would pick up the call immediately and the GV forwarding would not operate properly. Has this changed? If so, might be decent. Otherwise, meh.

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i've done this last year (november/december), received $50 card (for two) with no problem

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Pretty good find OP Good deal

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cpabster said:   Fail #1: TigerDirect
Fail #2: Rebate + TigerDirect



On serious note, any one who has or has used this particular unit, does Google Voice forwarding work properly with it? I know the original Duo, it did not - Nettalk system would pick up the call immediately and the GV forwarding would not operate properly. Has this changed? If so, might be decent. Otherwise, meh.

  What is wrong with Tiger?

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yesidonoitall said:   
cpabster said:   Fail #1: TigerDirect
Fail #2: Rebate + TigerDirect



On serious note, any one who has or has used this particular unit, does Google Voice forwarding work properly with it? I know the original Duo, it did not - Nettalk system would pick up the call immediately and the GV forwarding would not operate properly. Has this changed? If so, might be decent. Otherwise, meh.

  What is wrong with Tiger?

  Bad reputation especially with the rebates. I think it improved in the past year or two, but few years ago TD was horrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrible.
 

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I have owned the original one to run my business for 1.5 years now. Works flawlessly. The only time it cut in and out I had to call and have lines replaced on the building now its flawless. Great phone service for the money.

I want to order a second one to operate a fax machine only on however I have not seen any consistant data as to if it would work well or not.

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love4money said:   Nothings beats Ooma Telo!
  or the Ooma HUB if you're early ooma users with zero monthly cost. 
 

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this is my 2nd year using netalk service. For the price, nothin' can beat them.
speaking of voice quality, most of the time are good/acceptable. Once in a while, I had problem getting connected (the other party couldn't hear my voice and vice versa). I also use this with my home security service and it works just fine. Keep in mind this is VOIP service. so the quality of service also depend on your internet connectivity.

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thanks

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gdrum said:   I have owned the original one to run my business for 1.5 years now. Works flawlessly. The only time it cut in and out I had to call and have lines replaced on the building now its flawless. Great phone service for the money.

I want to order a second one to operate a fax machine only on however I have not seen any consistant data as to if it would work well or not.

  I used the service with fax machine too and I have zero issue with it.
 

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I used nettalk duo, ooma free and phone power voip on the same internet Charter cable and all worked ok at the same time, never used a fax.

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cpabster said:   Fail #1: TigerDirect
Fail #2: Rebate + TigerDirect



1999 called and wants it's "funny" quip back.  

Tiger has been perfectly fine for years.  
 

  

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I Have one from last few years, Last time I paid $39.94 for a year renewal including all fees

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vickh said:   
ciszew said:   I had net talk for a year (1 year "free" service with purchase of duo device) but i never renewed as service fee was close to $40/year. Instead i bought obi 101 (for around $30 i believe) and set it up with google voice. Call quality is better and its free
  
google voice going away in may... Any other free options??

  
Google Voice is not "going away". It's support of 3rd party is, hence the issue with Obihai.They are coming up with a paid version so I wouldn't throw away your Obi devices just yet.

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intex45 said:   vickh said:   
ciszew said:   I had net talk for a year (1 year "free" service with purchase of duo device) but i never renewed as service fee was close to $40/year. Instead i bought obi 101 (for around $30 i believe) and set it up with google voice. Call quality is better and its free
  
google voice going away in may... Any other free options??

  
Google Voice is not "going away". It's support of 3rd party is, hence the issue with Obihai.They are coming up with a paid version so I wouldn't throw away your Obi devices just yet.
They will no longer allow XMPP for voice purposes. Obihai uses XMPP.. hence obihai will be useles for google voice purposes.. paid or not.

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he meant OBI is working on their VOIP solution, most likely paid

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gdrum said:   I have owned the original one to run my business for 1.5 years now. Works flawlessly. The only time it cut in and out I had to call and have lines replaced on the building now its flawless. Great phone service for the money.

I want to order a second one to operate a fax machine only on however I have not seen any consistant data as to if it would work well or not.

  I have owned a DUO for 3 years and haven't been able to get consistent results with my fax machine. The issue may be Comcrap or a combination of Comcrap, the router and Duo.

Dano

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I had Vonage and a fax machine and believe it or not the problem was the cable modem it was an older docsis 1.x Toshiba.

upgraded that and works fine now.

this was with the Vonage ethernet "dongle" not a cable modem with phone jack.

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Here's how I get ultimate cheapness.

I've had Voip.ms for 2 years now. Never had any interruption, and maybe 1 or 2 calls that were a little shaky. Voip.ms is .01 cent for incoming calls, but incoming SIP calls are free. So, I set up google voice to route to a number from ipkall.com which then routes to a sip call to voip.ms. Free incoming.

If I initiate a call from google voice, to the sip number, then my outgoing calls are free as well.

I only pay $1.50 for e911 service from Voip.ms

Incoming Calls: Google Voice -> IPKall.com -> Voip.ms

Edit:  For outgoing, if it's a short call, I just pick up and dial.  Costs about 1.25 cents a minute.  If I'm going to talk for longer than 10 minutes, I initiate the callon my computer using google voice.

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Bizatch said:   Here's how I get ultimate cheapness.

I've had Voip.ms for 2 years now. Never had any interruption, and maybe 1 or 2 calls that were a little shaky. Voip.ms is .01 cent for incoming calls, but incoming SIP calls are free. So, I set up google voice to route to a number from ipkall.com which then routes to a sip call to voip.ms. Free incoming.

If I initiate a call from google voice, to the sip number, then my outgoing calls are free as well.

I only pay $1.50 for e911 service from Voip.ms

Incoming Calls: Google Voice -> IPKall.com -> Voip.ms

  What equipment do you use for your arrangement?

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An old SunRocket branded Linksys PAP2 that I unlocked.

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Wow -- I have a few of those somewhere -- maybe I should dust them off and fire them up!

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Economy shipping (residential only) was $4.12 to my location.
Ground (2 to 6 days) if not residential was $7.28

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