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#26903 by murphy
Sat Oct 17, 2009 3:00 am
That is possible.
You have to integrate your land line with the Telo. (This does not involve number porting).
You have to have the land line provisioned for Busy call forwarding by Ooma.

You have to purchase Premier which gives you a second phone line.

Your land line becomes your primary phone number and your current Ooma number becomes your secondary number.
#29107 by Wilsonium
Sat Oct 24, 2009 9:26 am
Actually, Busy Call Forwarding needs to be provisioned by the landline telephone company and then activated to forward incoming calls on the landline to the Telo number. This way if the Telo has an outbound local call using the landline, incoming calls to his landline will be forwarded to his Telo number.

Your Ooma Telo needs to be configured to properly route calls according to type. Outbound caller ID is also set so that all calls, whether long distance via telo or local via landline all show the same Caller ID. So no matter who I call or how the call is routed, the caller ID is always the same (unless, of course, I specifically select my Ooma line for the call).

Cheers
Don

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