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Trustin Ooma 100-0201-100 Telo Phone System For Voip Services

Trustin Ooma 100-0201-100 Telo Phone System For Voip Services

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Trustin Ooma 100-0201-100 Telo Phone System For Voip Services

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Specifications

Features
Call forwarding, caller ID, call waiting, External power adapter
Model
OOMATELO
Brand
OOMA
Manufacturer Part Number
100-0201-100
Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H)
14.00 x 8.00 x 3.50 Inches
Customer Reviews
4.6
165 reviews
5 stars
119
4 stars
35
3 stars
3
2 stars
4
1 star
4
Top Positive Review
40 customers found this helpful
I've tried them all and THIS is the one !
I considered a landline, but it's now fiberoptic in my town. So, in the event of a widespread power outage like we had a few years ago, the phone service would still be on the fritz. I started with Magic Jack. Nothing but probs. They couldn't hear me or me not hear them. Complaints of echoing. Dropped calls. Frustrations. Then I tried Net-Talk, same thing. Then I tried Basic Talk. Echoing and poor call quality. Then I tried Ooma Telo VOIP. Had for about two weeks now and no complaints. Crisp, easy to hear, no echoing or other digital noise. This one's a keeper. Sure, the upfront cost kept me away, but after trying all the others, except Vonage, I went to Ooma. After the equipment cost it's free sailing. I checked my state taxes for California and was told $4.95 a month. THAT'S IT ! 5 bucks a month for home phone service. Even if you spread the cost of the equipment of $120 at $10 a month for one year to cover equipment cost, $15 a month for one year for phone service is a steal. After that first year it only costs you $5mo for the state taxes. NOT BAD.
Top Negative Review
3 customers found this helpful
Soo far I am not satisfied with the ooma. The voice quality on the other end is terrible. My end is crystal clear. That doesnt help if the person I am calling cant understand me. Waste of money so far. Was easy to purchase and install. Any advise would be appreciated
Top Positive Review
40 customers found this helpful
I've tried them all and THIS is the one !
I considered a landline, but it's now fiberoptic in my town. So, in the event of a widespread power outage like we had a few years ago, the phone service would still be on the fritz. I started with Magic Jack. Nothing but probs. They couldn't hear me or me not hear them. Complaints of echoing. Dropped calls. Frustrations. Then I tried Net-Talk, same thing. Then I tried Basic Talk. Echoing and poor call quality. Then I tried Ooma Telo VOIP. Had for about two weeks now and no complaints. Crisp, easy to hear, no echoing or other digital noise. This one's a keeper. Sure, the upfront cost kept me away, but after trying all the others, except Vonage, I went to Ooma. After the equipment cost it's free sailing. I checked my state taxes for California and was told $4.95 a month. THAT'S IT ! 5 bucks a month for home phone service. Even if you spread the cost of the equipment of $120 at $10 a month for one year to cover equipment cost, $15 a month for one year for phone service is a steal. After that first year it only costs you $5mo for the state taxes. NOT BAD.
Top Negative Review
3 customers found this helpful
Soo far I am not satisfied with the ooma. The voice quality on the other end is terrible. My end is crystal clear. That doesnt help if the person I am calling cant understand me. Waste of money so far. Was easy to purchase and install. Any advise would be appreciated
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I've tried them all and THIS is the one !

I considered a landline, but it's now fiberoptic in my town. So, in the event of a widespread power outage like we had a few years ago, the phone service would still be on the fritz. I started with Magic Jack. Nothing but probs. They couldn't hear me or me not hear them. Complaints of echoing. Dropped calls. Frustrations. Then I tried Net-Talk, same thing. Then I tried Basic Talk. Echoing and poor call quality. Then I tried Ooma Telo VOIP. Had for about two weeks now and no complaints. Crisp, easy to hear, no echoing or other digital noise. This one's a keeper. Sure, the upfront cost kept me away, but after trying all the others, except Vonage, I went to Ooma. After the equipment cost it's free sailing. I checked my state taxes for California and was told $4.95 a month. THAT'S IT ! 5 bucks a month for home phone service. Even if you spread the cost of the equipment of $120 at $10 a month for one year to cover equipment cost, $15 a month for one year for phone service is a steal. After that first year it only costs you $5mo for the state taxes. NOT BAD.

Best overall VOIP

I did extensive research into VOIP and decided on OOMA. While a few others may have comparable service,OOMA has the best sound and technology.Its virtually free after buying the equipment-anywhere from 99 -150 online,and you only pay around 3.50 monthly in taxes.Free local and long distance.Nice online dashboard to manage numbers and features.For 9.99 a month you get a whole slew of extra features,some are pretty cool.I will opt for the premier after my 90 day free trial.Caller ID,voicemail are included free without premier.Most people wont need the other fancy features but again..some of them are really cool..like hearing your voicemails in an email..call blocking and call forwarding etc.It was the reviews that finally decided it for me.While you may choose another similar product,i can only say THIS product..OOMA is great and exceeded my expectations.No dropped calls..clear sound..loud enough..just a happy camper.Easy to install too.

Excellent alternative to high priced phone service

When I purchased the Ooma system I was looking for something that would allow me to have a home phone that wouldn't cost me an arm and a leg. After reading through articles on the system I felt it was the lesser of the evils I found, so why not give it a try. I ordered the unit and it arrived actually much faster than I thought it would and it was soon time to decide whether to keep the old phone number or get a new one. I opted for the new one. The set up was extremely easy and direct, answer the questions on the page and hit next, choose a new phone number from the list and continue to the end. After the "activation" was complete, it's plug and play. Setting up the house wide phones could be a slight problem for some people, but to have a phone, it couldn't be any easier. The first call I made was long distance, and the call was as clear as a bell, I believe even better than the original Cox system. You just have to remember to drop off the "Premier Package" before the 60 free days or you will be adding another $10 to the monthly bill.

Works like a charm

I was looking for ways to save money and I considered getting rid of my home phone completely until a friend of mine told me he had this. I researched it and it seemed to good to be true at first glance. I thought this is my answer to saving money. I am saving about 40-50 dollars per month by using Ooma and there is NO differrence at all. Installation was a breeze, calls are perfect, unit is stylish with more features than I had before and the price cannot be beat. I am paying 3.79 per month to have a home phone and I dont have long distance charges. I can use all of my existing phones and it even has a built in answering system so I was able to do away with that too. I would reccommend Ooma to everyone I meet and dont let the phone companies tell you that VOIP does not work - it does and there is NO difference at all. Excellent customer service, excellent device and excellent price - what more could you ask for?

Great Value !

I replaced the VOIP phone service from AT&T Uverse with the OOMA VOIP system, so I did benefit from the prior AT&T installation and checkout to ensure that my system was capable of delivering a high quality signal. (NOTE: My original phone lines were installed in the mid 80's when my house was built. To get a signal of sufficient quality (for TV, Internet and VOIP), AT&T needed to run a replacement line to my residence, and a replacement CAT5 rated phone line from the exterior junction box to the tie-in to the existing phone lines throughout the rest of my house.) I recommend replacing the OOMA supplied flat ribbon network cable (RJ45 connectors) with a CAT5 or CAT6 PATCH CABLE. I purchased a 3 foot long CAT6 Patch cable from FRY's Electronics for $2.88. The CAT5 and CAT6 cables provide superior shielding against interference, and use a heavier gauge wire (24 AWG) than the flat ribbon cable at 32 AWG. Another interesting note: My prior AT&T VOIP installation used a CAT5 cable with RJ11 phone jacks to make the tie-in from their modem to my phone wall plate to enable the entire phone system throughout the house. I used the same AT&T CAT5 cable with RJ11 jacks to enable the OOMA VOIP system; although I believe that a regular phone cord would have worked O.K. for me. I did look online but was not able to find any similar phone cords/cables fitted with RJ11 phone jacks. I am sure that they can be custom made if they are not available from any supplier at retail. NOTE: AT&T did not allow me to DIRECTLY connect their Modem to OOMA with the network cable. That connection method worked O.K. for a short time until AT&T discovered an "Unauthorized Device," and did not allow any Internet, VOIP, or TV service until it was disconnected. I then connected OOMA to my WIFI router (which was connected to their modem), and all service was immediately restored to normal as soon as I made the switch.
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