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#46319 by wym
Wed Feb 10, 2010 11:53 am
I wondering if ooma have or will provide some PC based software (something like Skype)? It would be much more convienient to travel with just a laptop rather than bringing both my laptop and ooma telo and a phone. And there are situations where i can only access the internet over WiFi network, in these places, ooma telo or hub will be useless at all.
#46988 by sfhub
Sat Feb 13, 2010 6:36 pm
I thought the iPhone app was mostly a standard SIP client and in the process of implementing it, they essentially implemented BYOD as well and it would be a matter of testing and marketing to make their back-end fully BYOD.

Anyway, it sounds like the iPhone client will be a $9.99 download and SIP calls will be $0.019/min with Premiere members getting 250 minutes free per month before $0.019 applies. It also sounds like it is implemented completely on the back-end so theoretically Telo and Hub users should be able to take advantage of the feature, but that is just my speculation.
#47262 by Davesworld
Mon Feb 15, 2010 8:18 pm
Shutterstuff wrote:And since I refuse to buy an iPhone, this is useless to me...


Where else can a molded chunk of plastic be considered a fashion accessory? I was turned off by the iPhone by the time it came out because the ads annoyed me and because the camera is mediocre as well as the closed, locked down nature of it as a whole. I use a Nokia N95-3 and see an N900 in my future. My only gripe is that it is still LCD not Oled on the display. I'm not sure if touchscreen Oled exists yet. Any screen that needs a backlight leaves me wanting as this makes it necessary to have the display backlight sleep a lot.
#47459 by amoney
Wed Feb 17, 2010 5:37 am
Davesworld wrote:
Shutterstuff wrote:And since I refuse to buy an iPhone, this is useless to me...


Where else can a molded chunk of plastic be considered a fashion accessory? I was turned off by the iPhone by the time it came out because the ads annoyed me and because the camera is mediocre as well as the closed, locked down nature of it as a whole. I use a Nokia N95-3 and see an N900 in my future. My only gripe is that it is still LCD not Oled on the display. I'm not sure if touchscreen Oled exists yet. Any screen that needs a backlight leaves me wanting as this makes it necessary to have the display backlight sleep a lot.


I cant use a screen either unless it is bright, although I too am against apples over priced products (althugh I bought my 3G for $99), their quality is much higher than say Sony, etc. Additionally the form and feel of the iPhone is slick and although recently the Droid and Google's very own Nexus competition, I still think the iPhone was very well designed with its form and function. Hats off to apple. But to each their own.

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