Like I said, it's spotty, one day it's ok the next it's not. Today it's certainly not.
I've read the entire thread and I wonder if it is indeed a routing issue in my local area. Verizon is our local carrier here, so it isn't a little guy and I live in area of over 150,000 people within a five-mile radius of my house, so I wouldn't say I live in a rural area.
Hopefully someone is on this and it gets fixed. I've been with Ooma for four years and while there have been problems, overall, it's been pretty good.
Excuse me, but whom were you addressing about blaming Ooma?beerman1957 wrote:Why are you blaming OOMA for routing issues they have no control over? It's an issue with the local TELCOM especially in rural areas where FCC obviously doesn't police. I would actually report the routing issue to the FCC so they can investigate the local TELCOM.
I have had my OOMA TELO since they came out and never ever had a problem, so I sold them to 3 others who also never have a problem. I suspect OOMA is doing a good job trying to resolve routing issues. They don't have billions of dollars like ATT or Verizon.