Ooma Home Phone Blog

Take a look at our collection of blogs, guides and tutorials.
How to add home phone service to Starlink satellite internet. - blog post image

How to add home phone service to Starlink satellite internet.

By Dennis Peng|January 25, 2023
Ooma customers who turn their eyes to the sky and sign up for the new Starlink satellite internet service, an offering from Elon Musk’s SpaceX rocket venture, can rest assured that Ooma Telo home phone service is Starlink compatible.

The 411 on 911: Separate the truth from the myths - blog post image

The 411 on 911: Separate the truth from the myths

By Jim Gustke|January 23, 2023
How exactly does the 911 emergency system work? There is a complex set of procedures and infrastructure behind the scenes that makes sure you get the help you need. Take a few minutes to find out how 911 works and make sure you are fully protected.

Grandparents Day 2022: Give them a gift <span class=text-nowrap>they won’t want to return</span> - blog post image

Grandparents Day 2022: Give them a gift they won’t want to return

By Diane Balogh|September 7, 2022
Bring the couple who held your hand when you were a tot a gift that will help keep them safe. The Ooma Telo LTE safety phone can keep the lines of communication open, even if their electricity or internet goes out. But be prepared–you may need to do the hand-holding this time to convince them this is one gift they won’t want to return.

National Emma M. Nutt Day: an important day in communication history - blog post image

National Emma M. Nutt Day: an important day in communication history

By Husain Sumra|August 31, 2022
Did you know that September 1 is Emma M. Nutt Day? Emma M. Nutt Day celebrates the fact that Nutt was the first female telephone operator. Emma Nutt’s contribution to the telephone industry has been recognized by the National Museum of American History, which organized a one-day special event honoring her in 1984. It was called “All Alone by the Telephone.

Escape AT&T’s high landline costs and keep your phone number - blog post image

Escape AT&T’s high landline costs and keep your phone number

By Jim Gustke|August 11, 2022
Are you stuck paying for high-speed internet and a landline phone? Shelling out for two different services can be a drag. But the good news is you can cut costs, cancel AT&T home phone service and keep your phone number by switching to a VoIP service. VoIP, or Voice over Internet Protocol, enables you to make phone calls via the internet – so you won’t need a landline anymore.

Ooma Telo White

Get crystal-clear nationwide calling for free. All you pay are applicable monthly taxes and fees.
Phone service – $0.00/mo*
Ooma Telo –
$99.99

Shipping – Free
Risk-free 30-day Return

Add to Cart

*Pay applicable monthly taxes and fees. Check here.