Fongo Home Phone is very similar but a bit cheaper.Temporel wrote: ↑ It's been discussed before.
Ooma is plug and play; no programing.
It's the easiest way to get into VoIP phone service.
It's geared towards people who aren't tech savvy.
As you can gage by the previous question, not everybody starts from the same point.
Ooma can be a stepping stone towards even more savings with other providers like Freephoneline.ca, VoIP.ms, Fongo, etc.
What matters is that people make the first move and stop paying $50 per month for phone service.
Or else, they will keep over-paying Bhell, Robbers and Telus until they die!
With Ooma you pay device cost (~$99) plus monthly fees of ~$6.
Fongo device is ~$40 plus monthly fees of ~$5.
Both are plug and play.