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Re: Should I return my Ooma and wait for Telo?

Posted: Wed Jun 17, 2009 10:22 pm
by niknak
Amazon's prices depend on supply at any given time

Re: Should I return my Ooma and wait for Telo?

Posted: Thu Jun 18, 2009 6:57 am
by pl1
niknak wrote:Amazon's prices depend on supply at any given time
I recently got burned on the price of an Acer netbook. I couldn't make my mind up on whether to get the 3hr or 6hr battery, $239 vs. $259. I had ordered and canceled the $239 model. Next thing I know, it's $259 vs. $279. I don't believe it has gone back down. And, this same phenomenon happened on Ebay. Supply and demand.

Re: Should I return my Ooma and wait for Telo?

Posted: Thu Jun 18, 2009 9:15 am
by lohertz
frank1 wrote: A single phone in the telo wouldn't be enough for me anyway. Even if I had the telo, I'd still have to use a set of Dect 6.0 phones anyway.
My understanding is that the Telo will be able to support up to 6 handsets. I'm not sure, but I believe you will get two handsets in the box.

Re: Should I return my Ooma and wait for Telo?

Posted: Thu Jun 18, 2009 9:04 pm
by oomg
lohertz wrote:
frank1 wrote: A single phone in the telo wouldn't be enough for me anyway. Even if I had the telo, I'd still have to use a set of Dect 6.0 phones anyway.
My understanding is that the Telo will be able to support up to 6 handsets. I'm not sure, but I believe you will get two handsets in the box.
I think for some potential buyers, the Telo will appear to be simpler to connect and operate. I can see where the Hub & Scout could be a little intimidating to some. Having said that, I am very satisfied with the Hub/Scout combination. And, I have six cordless Dect 6.0 handsets tied to the primary number (well, actually ten cordless units, but we don't need to go there right now). All six units cost me $130 (plus a few bucks for the govinator) and they work great.