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..means no caller ID on incoming calls to my Ooma line? I guess incoming calls to Ooma comes through the land line? If I dump my land line, caller ID will work?
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ooma is only able to provide caller-id information for calls received on ooma phone numbers. We are unable to provide caller-id information on calls received on a landline (you must subscribe to caller-id from your phone company in that case). If you were to cancel your landline and pick an ooma phone number or port your landline number to ooma, caller-id would then be provided.