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[Newegg] Obihai OBI110 VoIP Telephone Adapter with SIP & Phone Line Gateway $25.80 + Shipping (~$43.6 Total to GTA)

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[Newegg] Obihai OBI110 VoIP Telephone Adapter with SIP & Phone Line Gateway $25.80 + Shipping (~$43.6 Total to GTA)

Looks like Newegg is clearing out the old obihai 110.
Rock solid device.....but it is going to be lacking GV support.

Came out to be ~$43.6 shipped to richmond hill.

EDIT: GV WORKS!
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ShadowMordor wrote: Looks like Newegg is clearing out the old obihai 110.
Rock solid device.....but it is going to be lacking GV support.

Came out to be ~$43.6 shipped to richmond hill.
What is GV support for the uninitiated? Face With Stuck-out Tongue And Tightly-closed Eyes

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zx6rj2 wrote: What is GV support for the uninitiated? Face With Stuck-out Tongue And Tightly-closed Eyes

Thank you
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How does this work? You need to sign up for any month service? Can I port my number over?
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ysl5710 wrote: How does this work? You need to sign up for any month service? Can I port my number over?
it is a SIP device...you can use any voip service with it.
you can also talk to any obi users using obitalk for free.
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My Obi110 lost GV setup for a while so I bought Obi200 at the end of November to replace it. When I tried to move my GV over (from obi110) last week, I noticed it was working again (successfully registered under obi110), weird. So I have yet moved it over to obi200
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Paper weight for most people who need a 200 at minimum.
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Thanx OP been waiting for a good OBI deal!
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Still using my Obi100 with Google Voice, because there is/was firmware available to make it so.

Currently running SoftwareVersion 1.3.0 (Build: 2886), if you can find it.

Obihai could easily have made the decision to support GV in the 100 series, but that's no way to screw customers, is it?

If you don't have/want Google Voice, the 100 series is still perfectly useful with SIP in its current form.

Edit: Turns out you can find it if you search for OBi110-1-3-0-2886.fw

Looks like the Reddit link still works.
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This model is quite old and is no longer supported by OBIHAI. Better off with the 200/202 model even if it costs more.
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I have been using the obi 100 for a few years now with VoIP.ms and Google voice. It works fine. As other mentioned Google voice does not work with the firmware. However, you can still get Google voice to work through the Simon telephonics Google voice getaway that cost $6 usd one time. For me it makes sense to spend $6 usd to extend the life as I already have the hardware. Still I do not like obitalk as they force you to upgrade for more money.

For new users, look at the 200 series if you want Google voice native support.
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Just setting the record straight: GV STILL works with Obi110 through a SIP gateway (do some searching), Simonics is not the only solution). Using it as I type...

Second piece of news that might interest people is that Polycom bought Obihai. This might be good news for the support aspect (non-existent from Obihai, but plenty of forums and good folks ready to help).
Even the current GV problem would be easily fixed if someone would just simply update the certificates...maybe Polycom has ONE engineer sitting around and wandering how he can make the VoIP world a better place :)
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FatWallet wrote: Paper weight for most people who need a 200 at minimum.
Not true at all, there's no need for any new firmware, my Obi100 works perfectly and offers the same stability and call quality as the newer versions. Get the Obi2xx only if you need GV support (and even so, it seems it works on the older models)
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Balzard wrote: Not true at all, there's no need for any new firmware, my Obi100 works perfectly and offers the same stability and call quality as the newer versions. Get the Obi2xx only if you need GV support (and even so, it seems it works on the older models)
The vast majority of users have these FOR Google Voice. So, my comment stands. "Seems to work" is not a selling point for a new purchase.
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