Unfortunately, along the way companies will pick up some "fools" as customers.SCOMMAR1 wrote:Have been waiting for 16 days to port out. NO response to multipel requests. They will make sure you suffer with them for your life. Wont recoomedn OOma even if they pay you. They are hopeless
fool - definition of fool by the Free Online Dictionary, Thesaurus ...
fool (f l) n. 1. One who is deficient in judgment, sense, or understanding. 2. One who acts unwisely
Since you decided to leave OOMA, instead of foolishly displaying your vindictive side along with your complete lack of understanding of how the technology works, just leave these forums, as well. These forums are here for the purpose of Customers helping each other. Your comments have no place here!
Ooma Premier, two phone numbers
AT&T DECT-6.0 two-line base with four remotes & headset
The above quote sums it up for me. I have been with Ooma for about 3 months so that I can save money. I am on my 2nd month trying to port my Hawaiian Telecom number to Ooma and they keep telling me that my address is invalid. I have literally spent a few hours on the phone and emails with both carriers trying to clear this up and get the porting moving, to no avail. Each carrier blames the other carrier for my porting problem. It is all very frustrating, so far I have spent more money by switching to Ooma. Recently, I heard was that my porting was being referred to a higher level of management in the Ooma porting department. And now Ooma has finally cancelled my porting request. Does anyone have any suggestions?
IE: if bill says "LN" and you entered "Lane" on OOMA it causes a mismatch. Zip Code does old have zip + 4 and does it match your entry on OOMA.
ALL ADDRESS ITEMS MUST MATCH EXACTLY.
I had a problem because my old bill showed "Mr." but the entry on OOMA only had first and last name...MISMATCH!!!
Two if by Sea
Three if by Limo