Latest posts by Mike Langberg

Cord cutting: Cut cable TV & keep your phone number
  • January 25, 2024
Pay TV providers have for years pushed bundles of services on their customers – packages that may include internet, mobile phones, home security and home phone. Customers who want to cut the cable TV cord shouldn't worry about losing home phone service or their home phone number. [Read More]
Posted in Home Phone Blog
Ooma’s informal survey says: Small business owners are optimistic!
  • July 21, 2021
The pandemic isn’t completely over yet, but small business owners – in an informal survey of Ooma Office customers – are optimistic about the second half of 2021. We asked members of our Ooma Leaders advocacy program to answer five questions in late June / early July and got 137 responses. The enthusiasm, tempered with caution, came through loud and clear. [Read More]
Posted in Business Blog
A Clear Call and a Clear Recommendation Brings Better Phone Service to a Virginia Real Estate Firm
  • June 2, 2021
Scott Cleveland, owner and associate broker at Re/Max Supercenter, a real estate agency in Fredericksburg, Virginia, asked that question one day late last year during a call with Bronwen Robinson, office manager at Johnson Realty Advisors, a commercial real estate firm also based in Fredericksburg. [Read More]
Posted in Business Blog
The Disconnect Over ‘Offline Mode’ for Credit Card Transactions
  • December 17, 2020
Nearly fifty years ago, the modern credit card was born. Sure, some form of the credit card existed as far back as the 1860s, but the basic system we all use today began with two simple technological advancements. [Read More]
Posted in Business Blog
Audiology Associates finds its voice with Ooma Office.
  • August 24, 2020
One of Maryland’s largest hearing-loss clinic chains had a voice problem earlier this year: The existing phone system, patched together from multiple providers across multiple locations, couldn’t easily connect team members to each other or to their patients. [Read More]
Posted in Blog
Great Full Gardens turns to Ooma for help in pivoting their restaurant operations.
  • July 28, 2020
Restaurants, more than almost any other type of business, have had to rapidly pivot their operations in the era of Covid-19. Gino Scala, owner and operator of four Great Full Gardens restaurants in the Reno, Nevada, area, got much needed help from Ooma in developing new ways to connect with customers. [Read More]
Posted in Business Blog
The Wright Cut trims inefficient phone service with Ooma Office.
  • July 21, 2020
Cutting your hair at home, if you’ll pardon the pun, just doesn’t cut it. When shelter in place shut down hair salons in March, The Wright Cut didn’t want to lose touch with clients who were calling repeatedly for updates on when they could once again get their hair professionally styled. [Read More]
Posted in Business Blog
Mulberry’s Market launches “The Sando Line,” powered by Ooma Office
  • July 17, 2020
Mulberry’s Market, a family owned specialty food store in Piedmont, California, thrives on face-to-face relationships with customers in a downtown location where there’s usually plenty of foot traffic from a school and other nearby stores. [Read More]
Posted in Business Blog
Casa Garcia cuts phone bill and answers more customers calls, thanks to Ooma Connect.
  • May 18, 2020
Are you hungry for nachos or other classic Mexican food? If you’re in Pico Rivera, California, the place to go is Casa Garcia ( The family-owned restaurant has been in business for 42 years and is now run by Nicole Zaun, the founder’s granddaughter. [Read More]
Posted in Business Blog
Gempler’s call center quickly becomes virtual with help from Ooma.
  • April 9, 2020
When your business relies on phone orders, your call center can’t go offline – even when a pandemic shuts down your corporate office. [Read More]
Posted in Business Blog
Mill Creek Pub Keeps serving customers with help from Ooma Office.
  • March 25, 2020
When you live in the town on Battle Ground, it’s no surprise that you’re going to fight back if coronavirus threatens your restaurant.That’s the story of Russell Brent, owner of the Mill Creek Pub in Battle Ground, Washington, about 25 miles north of Portland, Oregon. [Read More]
Posted in Business Blog
Ooma Named Top VoIP Provider by Readers of FitSmallBusiness
  • April 26, 2018
Thanks to our customers, Ooma has been voted a Top VoIP Provider by FitSmallBusiness – a publication for small business owners. [Read More]
Posted in Blog