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#89604 by linichu
Tue Nov 15, 2011 5:35 pm
I just moved and my roommate already have phone service.
Can I stop ooma service and sell the device to some one?
#89615 by lbmofo
Tue Nov 15, 2011 6:41 pm
If you have broadband internet, might be cheaper to keep your Ooma service and get rid of the other phone service.

If you still want to deactivate your Ooma, you can call into customer service to do that.

Whoever buys your Ooma, they''ll be charged $79.99 reactivation fee and will be subject to the latest and greatest tax payment method (example, if you were still 11.75 a year or no tax, the new owner would be $3.47/month).

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