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How much are paying for your monthly phone bill? Oh, so you ditched your land line for VOIP. Ok, so how much is your monthly VoIP bill? Say What?
Did you realize that in just a few months, you'll have the ooma hub paid off and never have to pay a monthly fee again. Isn't time you checked out the o...more


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  • meggy08

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    How much are paying for your monthly phone bill? Oh, so you ditched your land line for VOIP. Ok, so how much is your monthly VoIP bill? Say What? Did you realize that in just a few months, you'll have the ooma hub paid off and never have to pay a monthly fee again. Isn't time you checked out the ooma-hub?

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  • Aswan

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    Ooma presents the legal Napsterization of telecom. With Ashton Kutcher signed on as the Creative Director, the company makes $400 broadband consoles that plug into your phone and use a peer-to-peer network to deliver free domestic local and long distance calling for life. That’s right, no more monthly bills. How does it work? Each Ooma device is an active member of a P2P routing network whereby a consumer’s Ooma box could be routing a stranger’s phone call though they cannot hear that call, and it does not disrupt their own service. Exploiting the fact that local calls are always free, Ooma then places a landline call for the final leg of the route. Basically, the concept is to jump from peer-to-peer to get the call as close to the destination as possible, and then to use a local call to finish the connection. Very clever.

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  • ModeTwentyTwo

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    Ooma Killed The Phone Company. Buy once, hook up to your computer, and make all the long distance and local calls you want for free forever. Caller ID, Call Waiting, and Voicemail at no extra charge. Also allows you complete control of your settings through your own personal website. This is also good for families who need private multiple lines.

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  • Maya-Gabrielle

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    I like the idea behind this. Anything to save money, especially in these rough economic times - is a worthy consideration. Just pay an up-front cost for the hardware and it uses a clever P2P routing network to place your calls for free. Brilliant!

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  • eugenechay

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    Great service and you don't have to pay anything but taxes after the first 12 months. Until then it's free.

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  • jairus

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    I own this and have been a happy user for almost two years. Best VOIP solution on the market right now IMHO.

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