yes, plus the $250 for the device itself, plus tax (for me it was 8.25%), plus the number transfer ($40), plus time on the phone (priceless), plus extra scout devices(@$70 each, tax, and 5 phones, that's another $375, With ooma core and no landline, no scouts are really needed),superdlux wrote:how much cheaper could it be?
$99/year = $8.25/month
That's only 825 pennies.
I was thinking maybe $2 a month per feature or $20 a year
another option could be a lifetime subscription for between $150 and $250 because I'm more likely to just go out and buy another hub in order to get the second line than to pay $99 a year (which over time adds up, 2yrs=$198 3yrs=$297 etc.)
Check out ebay. Those who don't want their scouts are selling them cheap.
I see new complete hub and scout packages are slowly selling for less too.
It all takes time and providing ooma keeps doing their homework properly and happy ooma owners keep spreading the word, this network will thrive and we will get more bang for our buck.
If you do premier, the port is free.
why would you count the cost of other phones and scouts? That just doesn't make sense to me.
Even if you purchased an additional ooma system in order to get a second line, you wouldn't get the other premier features.
Do I wish they were all free– yes, but I also want ooma to have a business model that makes them some money so they don't go out of business in a year or two.