This is frustrating to say the least, expecially since I set my number port in motion before I discovered this problem. Long distance calling works excellent so far, but Ooma loses a lot of it's allure if I am unable to use it for local calls. Hoping there is a fix for this issue.
Is anyone else in CT (860 area code) having this problem? I've read posts in this forum about people having similar issues with area code overlays in PA, but I find it hard to believe that I'm the only Ooma customer in CT.
Called customer service today and all they could suggest to me was to disable 10 digit dialing which I did to no avail. This all makes me nervous about whether or not I made a wise choice by going with Ooma. I need to hear something encouraging. Would appreciate any information anyone has on how Ooma deals with area code overlays.
Get used to it. My house is in three different area codes.henryk wrote:I'm in 203 area and have had no problem dialing in-state, but it is a pita to have to dial 10 digits for local calls.
I have had to dial 10 digits for local calls for at least the last decade.
Telo with 2 Handsets, a Linx, and a Safety Phone
Telo2 with 2 Handsets and a Linx