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Item #470742 "Ooma Telo VOIP Phone" in Richmond CA.
It is a regular price there but I did not know they carried it when I was shopping for Ooma and was pleasantly surprised.

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Certainly a good service - we've used it for several years with no complaint. We often take ours on travel (overseas) so we can make and receive calls as if at home. While e.g. in London, calls "to London" are billed as if we were calling from the U.S., a couple of cents a minute, which beats any plan B. They also have a mobile app that lets you make voip calls over a wifi connection. And a bunch of other useful stuff.

I bought this from Costco online along with Wireless Adapter (for $20 more):



as said by fatwaltag:

fatwaltag said: I have 2 Ooma's and 3 Obi's. The Obi is much, much less expensive, has far more features, and using Google Voice phone service is entirely free. Ooma has been taken to lunch. The only advantage of Ooma is that it comes with a free phone number- Obi can have a free phone number too, but that is supported by another party, not Obi. I see no way to justify purchase of 1-line Ooma at $100+ considering that one can purchase a 2,3, or 4 line capable Obi variously at about $39-60 when on promotion (and the $60 Obi 202 has capable router built in, where the Ooma router is "junk"). This is based on about 2 years of using both.

yes what he said !

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