OOMA may be starting to consolidate its position in the market – which is a good thing. I started to take the company to task in a post a couple of weeks ago but over on tmcnet Rich Tehrani has been making some announcements that show the company may be back on the move and certainly still in the game.
Posts Tagged ‘voip’
Drop AT&T landline – save $70.00 per month
I just dropped the (mostly) useless AT&T landline – between cell phones and internet phones paying AT&T $70.00 per month for a phone line made no sense – there wasn’t even a good way to reduce the charges since living on Long Island AT&T did not classify New York (Queens, Manhattan etc) as long distance nor local it becomes ‘regional’ and regional service in AT&T’s eyes is much more expensive than either long distance or local service -or so AT&T would have you believe as they raise your otherwise discounted phone bill by $30.00 a month or more.
Drop Cablevision VOIP – not such a bargain after all
Having just dropped the Cablevision VOIP business line (along with their internet service) I was in the market for something better and after some research, the OOMA pitch to ‘own’ your dial tone and banish phone bills forever, was too good to pass up.
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