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

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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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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 :)
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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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iMarketing wrote: Thanks OP Slightly Smiling Face
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...
Do these sensors work outside the home if you don't subscribe to the ooma security service? Getting notifications on the app???
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For about $5 a month (fees and taxes) you have unlimited calls to Canada, call waiting, call logs, voicemail, e911.

For another $10 you get unlimited calls to US and Mexico, caller ID, call blocking, spam blocking, mobile app calling from anywhere, additional voicemail features, call forwarding, secondary number, 3 way calling, and probably some other stuff I'm missing.

And for another $5 you get 500 minutes to 60 countries.

So for about $20 a month you can call the world. Or stick with the basic plan and call within Canada for around $5.

Home phone isn't for everyone but for those who need it, Ooma is a great deal, especially if you make a lot of international calls.
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Nexzen wrote: 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.
We plugged the wireless phone phone adapter into the house, that made it so any old phone in the house would be able to use it.

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