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[Staples] [BestBuy.ca] [Amazon.ca] Ooma Telo VoIP Home Phone Service $80 + $5/$10 per month. Save hundreds of $$$ each year

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Last edited by Temporel on Nov 22nd, 2020 10:18 am, edited 8 times in total.
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Wouldn't it just be better to get Wireless Home phone from Zoomer (or Fido) for $10 a month plus a free device? That's a real wireless line that isn't using your internet
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What do you mean
Save hundreds of $$$ each year
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Fongo is cheaper just get the adapter for $29, what's the point of this at $100.
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stizarch wrote: Wouldn't it just be better to get Wireless Home phone from Zoomer (or Fido) for $10 a month plus a free device? That's a real wireless line that isn't using your internet
Thats a bit misleading as all of these providers offering home phone require you to be a current sub to get it cheap enough to make it worth it. And then there's the $40-70 device fee for some. Which is only waived on a contract.

I was with koodo for their promo $5 price but after it went up to $20 I figured FPL is just worth the investment for no fee per month after.
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stizarch wrote: Wouldn't it just be better to get Wireless Home phone from Zoomer (or Fido) for $10 a month plus a free device? That's a real wireless line that isn't using your internet
that's a single device, home phones r usually a dedicated phone for the family or work that can be set up in every room.
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beepbeepboop wrote: What do you mean
When compared to a regular Bell land line.

Please read the previous thread. :)
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brampton90 wrote: get ata and voip.ms
I personally use VoIP.ms + an ATA but Ooma is easier to set-up; kind of just plug and play.

There's a learning curve with VoIP.ms + ATA.
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Nexzen wrote: Fongo is cheaper just get the adapter for $29, what's the point of this at $100.
Wihch adapter is $29?
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Temporel wrote: When compared to a regular Bell land line.

Please read the previous thread. :)
Wow! Had no idea home phone actually cost this much. I thought those cost $10/month max anywhere.
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This thing is easier to set up than ata.

If you are comfortable with technology i recommend getting a regular ata. it's not that hard to set up. plenty of guidance online.

ofc, this is a great deal too :)
Zoomer + VoIP.ms user

Stay away from OT/PRC and whoever acts like an xxxxxxx there.
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simplypop wrote: Wihch adapter is $29?
they have an adapter you can purchase for $29 and you just connect it to ur modem and home phone.
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I like Ooma. Simple set up and good call quality and I got Ooma 4-Sensor Home Security Starter Kit for $99.99 at best buy Canada, see attached screen shot. If you need a basic security system for an Apartment/ Condo/ etc., it is only $25 more plus tax...
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