Are there plans to correct this in the future? I have a home with 3 floors and phones on each floor. The current Ooma configuration hangs up the call when handset A disconnects. Using Vonage, I was able to stay on the call on handset B after handset A disconnected from the call. I hope Ooma corrects this issue.
If a Telo are you using Telo handsets?
Are you using the building wiring to connect phones?
Did you disconnect the phone company wiring where it enters the house?
Please describe your system / configuration in detail.
I am a total failure at reading other peoples minds.
Telo with 2 Handsets, a Linx, and a Safety Phone
Telo2 with 2 Handsets and a Linx
I have a Telo with a 3 phone Panasonic wireless system. The base unit is connected to the Ooma Telo. The other phones connect wirelessly to calls.
I am not connecting to the home wiring in this configuration but the home wiring is intact.
Hope you can suggest a way to make this feature work.
1958 was a very good year!
No cell phone , no land line- just Ooma
all my eggs in one Ooma basket
I lied- my wife has a cell, but not me!! I like my privacy and not being attached to a phone.
I have a Panasonic phone system (4 handsets) and I have no problem joining calls or dropping off a call without killing the connection. You may indeed have a faulty Panasonic.just4fn wrote:That sounds more like a Panasonic issue and not Ooma. The phones are controlled by the phone base. Have you tried the phone base on a land line?
Ooma Equipment: 2 Telos + 2 HD2 Handsets
Ooma Service: Premier
Amped AC 1750 Router
TWC ->Router -> Telo1
TWC ->Router -> Telo2