Is there anything in writing to this extent, all I see is that anything over 5000 minutes/month is considered commercial use.ggilman wrote:They seem fine with small home offices but the service is not designed for full sized businesses.
Also I see that they'll shut you down if they think you're buying extra units in an attempt to circumvent their bandwidth/call volume limitations.
This rationale doesn't quite make sense, since the additional units are indeed paid for. $300 to load-balance your telephone usage seems steep to be restricting the practice.
What if Commercial use is less than 5000 minutes a month?
Does the possibility exist that Ooma corporate could have legal grounds to arbitrarily disconnect your service should an Ooma-leased number appear in the Yellow Pages?