Looks nice :-)
Call quality seems a little better then a cell phone but just under a landline
Setup was fairly easly and only took about 15 minutes
I wish there was a better way to pick your number. They want you to enter your area code AND the first 3 prefix you would like....well none of the prefixes I knew were available. I ended up just putting in the are code and searching.
I just bought the ooma telco at Best Buy last week on sale for $199. I have been looking for about a year for a cheap VOIP that is easy for my wife to use. I have tried skype with a d-link usb adapter but then you need to have ... Read full review
I just bought the ooma telco at Best Buy last week on sale for $199. I have been looking for about a year for a cheap VOIP that is easy for my wife to use. I have tried skype with a d-link usb adapter but then you need to have your computer on all the time and dialing was not user friendly (took about 12 digits). My company has Vonage and we love it however I did not want to pay $17.99 + tax and fees (it was right around $25 a month) for a phone I may only use a couple times a month. Like most people we rely heavily on our cell phones however with young children we wanted to make sure we had a phone accessible to anyone at the house (babysitters/parents). I have the comcast economy internet service and the phone seems to work decent. I have noticed twice where it seems to phase out a second and then come back, I have talked on it a lot so it was not to concerning to me. It very easy once setup, no need for the area code to local numbers, caller ID works fine, hooked up regular cordless phones with no problem and its free with the basic service. I like it a lot and no complains from anyone who has used it. I figure at $200 it will pay for itself in about 8 months so after that it will truly be free phone service.