I'm not quite sure what this means. But, it implies that we should expect consistent results, which I found was not always the case. With certain numbers - they never worked. But others, worked some of the time, and Ooma was able to fix specific numbers if they were informed.Ooma does not support the BELL codes.
Here is my old thread on this topic.
Perhaps you mean that no toll free numbers for which Bell provide service every work, but numbers being handled by other carriers work. I could believe that. I could even speculate that Bell might want these calls to fail when they are coming from VOIP providers as this helps protect their outdated business model.
It turns out I needed to call CRA back in January, so I lied in my earlier post. I guess I used my cell to call them, which is my normal solution. I don't pay for minutes on it, so there is no additional cost to me.
Marci, if you can, you should consider changing out your cell phone provider. If you live in the right cities, you can get unlimited everything (data, text and voice) for about $25 without a contract. Or, if you don't have a cell phone right now, get one with the money you are saving. You will come with way better service for the same overall spend.