While it's nice to be rid of my landline, which was Time Warner Digital Phone, it turns out I'm not saving that much. I was paying $40 per month, but once I canceled it I lost all of my bundling discounts and ended up only saving $10 per month. Ooma's turning out to be a bit too inflexible for my purposes, so I'm asking myself, "Is it really worth it?"
I'm curious who told you to expect this? There was speculation on the forums, myself included, that it would likely happen then, but I don't recall anyone from ooma ever stating this. Did tech support or someone else state as much?kylander wrote:I, too, was told to expect a launch of the GV Extensions with the new site.
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3053596172 wrote:There's a reason I use a mac. But I would point out Microsoft had an open Beta to give people early access to the new OS. Plus their products are more complex. It doesn't take several months to develop a caller id emulation feature thats already present in the ooma softswitch.scottlindner wrote:
While you're at it, could you tell Bill Gates the same thing for us? Thanks.
What does an Operating System have to do with the time it takes for Ooma to launch the GV Extensions? Not quite seeing the logical comparison behind it.
Meanwhile I am enjoying the fact that I am not paying anything extra for something that has yet to be launched.
I rather have GVE arrive and work well rather than have it not be fully developed just to get it out there.
just my $.02