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Now Available: PureVoice, Google Voice Extensions, Voicemail Transcriptions

Today, we’re excited to announce several new enhancements and increased functionality for the award winning Ooma Telo.

Call clarity and quality just got better with Ooma PureVoice Technology. PureVoice is comprised of advanced voice compression, a wirespeed QoS, adaptive redundancy and enhanced security algorithms to ensure excellent voice quality under the most demanding broadband conditions. Don’t just take our word for it, hear it for yourself! Listen to the differences between Ooma with PureVoice Technology and other VoIP services over on the Ooma PureVoice page: www.ooma.com/purevoice.

Also available today are Google Voice Extensions and Voicemail Transcriptions. Ooma has enhanced the Google Voice Experience by enabling users to integrate the call presentation, listen in, and caller-ID features of Google Voice with their Ooma system as well as access to Google Voice voicemail at a touch of a button. Are you tired of listening to voicemails? With Ooma’s new voicemail transcriptions feature, never listen to a voicemail again! At its core, the service converts Ooma voicemail messages into text and delivers to a mobile phone or email account associated with the Ooma profile. Benefits of Ooma Voice-to-Text:

  • Read voicemail wherever there’s email access — on a mobile phone, portable device or computer
  • Quickly see who called and what they called about
  • No need to write down phone number or directions — it’s all there in your inbox
  • Choose to respond to the voicemail through email by just forwarding your response to the caller

It is our longstanding goal to provide our users with the features and functionality that save time and money. We are dedicated to building a true home smart phone experience and thank you for your support.

6 Comments

  1. June 9, 2010    

    I cannot find any positive current information one way or the other, so I’ll just ask here, where the topic is appropriate.

    Are the Google Voice Extensions, which according to this post are out of beta, now available to Hub users?

    I asked Customer Service a couple of months ago, and they said at that time that they didn’t know, and that it would not be known until GVE was out of beta.

    I have numerous reasons to stay with the Hub (and my multiple Scouts), only one of which is the equipment cost. It seemed from previous posts that GVE will require Premier, and I am waiting to subscribe to Premier until GVE is available.

  2. David
    June 13, 2010    

    Not likely. The OOMA HUB features does not list it while the newer Telo device does list it.

  3. Ken
    June 29, 2010    

    Is OOMA hub phone service portable?
    Can I move it from one house to another and still could use the same phone number as long as each house has a high speed connection?
    Does it require Premier for basic services now and in the future?

    • June 29, 2010    

      Yes, Ooma is portable. As long as you have a broadband connection, you can take this anywhere and use the same number. Basic services are not part of Premier.

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