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#4069 by RickO
Fri Mar 06, 2009 3:14 pm
dlong wrote: I don't understand why others would not want the dial tone. I think the dial tone is a normal phone experience as it has always been there from the beginning oof time. To me, the dial tone is the constant pitched hum, musical C note, not the jingle, when you pick up the phone.

My AT&T dial tone is actually A-440 :-)
I really have no problem with the ooma dial tone. I just prefer the "normal" one.
#6121 by Mike1
Wed Apr 08, 2009 3:58 pm
dlong wrote:I don't understand why others would not want the dial tone. I think the dial tone is a normal phone experience as it has always been there from the beginning oof time. To me, the dial tone is the constant pitched hum, musical C note, not the jingle, when you pick up the phone.

I think the purpose on the ooma dial tone is to indicate to people who also have a normal land line that they are using the ooma line. This make sense if you landline provider charges long distance fees.

I also don't like the little gingle and would prefer the ablity to disable it.

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