People complain spending money, no matter how little, on a product that is suppose to work, yet does not. I have never seen a company release a product to retail sales and not being fully function. It is baffling how Ooma opperates. Sure Ooma has made headway with the Telo handset, but its just maddening.gunfyter wrote:I don't get the complaints about the handset. I like it. ... But for a total investment of $279 (from Amazon), I got the Telo and the handset... and $720 a year in lower AT&T bills. So next year at this time I will be $481 richer and I am sure in a relatively short period of time from now the current glitches will be ironed out.JTalbert wrote:BBBoT wrote:The iPhone app is out - just doesn't seem to be working yet.
I saw it on the App store today for $9.99 and picked it up, but it always times out when trying to log in.
OMG, It makes sense Ooma, you release a handset that is a POS that does not work as advertised and expect people to spend $50 for that...
Now you release the Ooma app that is $10 and it does not work either! Ooma is batting a 1000!!!!!
I got the iPhone app. No it doesn't work, yet ... but I hope to use it on international calls soon ... as in using the iPhone to call home as I often spend the night outside CONUS. I expect that will save a lot more than $9.99 I paid for the App.
Its a "No Brainer".
Ooma no doubt is a money saver, but a good working quality product would be nice!!
If another VOIP competitor would come out that was a few bucks more than Ooma, that provided better working quality product, I would go in that direction. The cheapest product/service is not always the best. Your milage may vary... to each their own.