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I just received an email asking me to participate in an OOMA survey. The first question is just silly: "Why do you choose to have a home phone?" Duh!
The questions that follow assume one has purchased the OOMA to replace a landline. I got it for a second line, as I assume many others have. So the survey is meaningless and unanswerable for us.
Waste of time and OOMA's money.
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I replaced my landline with Ooma. I don't know many, but every one that I know that has Ooma replaced there landline. Why spend the extra money when Ooma does it all for cheaper. I have had Ooma for over 2 years and love the low cost. I thought the survey was good. I gave them some feedback that I hope they use in the future. Its nice to see the company is looking toward the future.
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Randysea wrote:I just received an email asking me to participate in an OOMA survey. The first question is just silly: "Why do you choose to have a home phone?" Duh!
It's probably there because of many reports that the majority of people under 30 do not have a home phone, just a cell phone.
Customer since January 2009
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