[Hidden-tech] Ooma

Doug Lowing delowing at gmail.com
Tue Jun 2 10:40:40 EDT 2015

Ooma has worked well for us for several years. Even better, Ooma started
using Nomorobo, which has stopped over 99% of the illegal robocallers.

Political calls, charities, bill collectors, and emergency robocalls from
the town still get through, which is appropriate and legal even if I do not
like the political callers. Downside:
- Calls out of USA are not free or need upgrade from basic service.
- Every call has a musical note before it connects.
- Messages to our home machine have 15 seconds dead time after every
message before Ooma believes the call is over.

-Doug Lowing

On Tue, Jun 2, 2015 at 9:15 AM, Christine Dutton <cgdutton7 at gmail.com>

> Hello,
> Asking for an associate...Any thoughts about the cloud phone service OOMA
> for a landline replacement? Like it or not & why?
> Thank you!
> Christine
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