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#14245 by BryanS
Thu Jul 30, 2009 9:11 am
I finally ported my second number over from AT&T. With AT&T - 2 lines, the message center on one, unlimited flat rate domestic long distance on both, call waiting, caller ID, 3 way calling, ID block - $133.00 per month.

With ooma and premier, all the same features as AT&T plus more - $8.25 a month. That is a savings of $1500.00 a year.

Thanks ooma!
#14249 by WayneDsr
Thu Jul 30, 2009 9:39 am
The last year on AT&T I cut out long distance. I was at $65 a month with NO long distance, caller id, call waiting. No other services.

Today I could have it all for free, but chose to buy Premier. So, by my choice, I'm at $8.25 a month.
That's a savings of $681 a year. With 2 lines, Free Long distance, Caller ID, Call Waiting, Advanced Voicemail, Blacklist, Multi-Ring and no big envelope in the mail every month.

I'm a happy ooma camper!


Wayne
#14267 by oomg
Thu Jul 30, 2009 12:33 pm
Althugh I would need to crunch some numbers to do an accurate analysis, I estimate saving between $100-120 per month with ooma... that is in addition to a significant enhancement in service. (e.g. two residence lines instead of one... able to leap tall buildings (ooops, got sidetracked)... supports 10 cordless units (that way no one in the home is ever more than 50 feet away from a phone), and it could be set up to support even more if I wanted.

As some of you who have read my prior posts may know, I have retained one ATT (all distance) line as a back up. So far, ooma has proven to be sufficiently reliable that I will likely reduce that service to the absolute basic service sometime in the future. So, add another $25 to $30 per month to the savings.

WHAT A COUNTRY!
#14269 by koehn
Thu Jul 30, 2009 12:54 pm
About $45 per month since dumping Comcast Digital Voice. I recouped the cost of the ooma this month.
#14272 by scottlindner
Thu Jul 30, 2009 1:23 pm
I haven't received my first clean ISP bill since the port but I am anticipating at least $350/yr since I have opted for Premier.

Scott
#15556 by mcbleu
Tue Aug 11, 2009 5:56 pm
a minimum of $ 100/month
+ I'm getting extra features that I didn't have before

Bye Bye AT&T and I will not miss you
#15681 by Gaelic1
Wed Aug 12, 2009 2:31 pm
I had the very basic AT&T and DSL for an average of 46.00/month. There was no caller ID or call waiting. Now, I dropped AT&T, dry looped my DSL which went up $10/mo to $40/mo. I am saving $16/month but I have call waiting, caller ID, a new, unlisted number and NO computer generated telemarketing calls at 5 pm! We also have a cell phone service and have cut down our minutes which should add even more savings. I am very happy with Ooma, its quality, phone call support and clarity.
#15698 by StevenJohn
Wed Aug 12, 2009 4:33 pm
I think I would be paying AT&T about $110 a month for the services they offer that is as close as it gets to Ooma.

So that's $110 I do not have to pay every month and $110 that AT&T does not get to pocket. That totals $220 every month, or $2640 per year. That should be just about enough for an iPhone.

Like my math? :-)

sj
#15699 by scottlindner
Wed Aug 12, 2009 4:34 pm
I do like the math. but based on what you're saving you could buy a new Ooma hardware four times a year and still do better! That is ridiculous that AT&T was charging you so much.
#15778 by Rence
Thu Aug 13, 2009 9:47 am
We never make long-distance calls - so our phone bill was $41 a month - $492 per year.

Paid $230 for Ooma plus $100 for a year of Premier - so $330 - this year I save $162 and I am getting features (BLACKLIST!!) that I didn't have before.

It's not huge - but we're still saving money and getting more features so we're very happy.

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