1) Have conference calling center. Where you invite those to call your personal # and the can join conversation with code.
2) Wake up call service. Pick your own Character (disney, tv show, movie personality voice) that you set up your wake up call and your phone rings with the voice saying:" this is your wake up call service time to get up" etc.
3) Offer music/sound effects for those calling you. So when someone calls you they hear music instead of the ring dial tone.
4) On hold music.
**3/4 you can change uyour music etc on OOma.com lounge.
Just some suggestions.
Ooma needs great features to drive additional revenue to bring the company into not only profitability but sustainable growth. I think having neat features like these would help in that quest.
Bobby B and Dennis P - I know you have your hands full right now but I hope you are listening to great ideas like these from danielwlv - and if they are implemented in a future feature release, I hope that the ones suggesting them are compensated in some real way. Maybe an "idea team" much like a beta testing team. There would be some tangible way to make it worth a persons time to suggest and test new feature options.
VoIP hardware: 2 Telo w/3 handsets & Linx / ooma core
Total Lines: 8 / Numbers: 11 / Handsets: 20
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Friends don't remember what Landline Integration was or why we did it.
All in all, excellent suggestion. I would certainly use it if the price was right.
be included in the $99 / yr price and not extra. However I understand a fixed fee for conference center.. Ex $5 per conf call... Or $.20 per min. Or 1 free per month then "X" per min/conf call... Just a thought to bring in more customers and $$$$$.
Here's another idea:
How about a T.38 fax gateway like the one offered by Vonage that Ooma charges for - either on a per fax basis, or a flat fee each month/year?
That would make faxing very reliable - a feature that someone like me would be readily willing to pay for.
Ooma equipment: Hub ; Telo + 4 handsets
Ooma service: Annual Premier subscription
That's a good idea, Scott. I never fax (the traditional fax) and will probably never need to conference call from my home. 2 tiers would work best.scottlindner wrote:How about offer both options, annual rate for regular users and per use rate for common folks like the majority of us. I'm doing a lot of faxing right now because I'm in the process of refinancing our mortgage, but once I'm done with that, I doubt I'll fax much.