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#43921 by hurl03
Tue Jan 26, 2010 12:23 pm
sfhub wrote:
allo wrote:Amazon has theTelo for $227 with $40 gift card, for a net $187.

It was $199 with the same $40 gift card 2 days ago, then they ran out of stock and when it came back in stock, they raised the price to $227.

I purchased my telo January 5th, from for $226.98

Told them that I would like the offer applied or I would just return the unit and purchase another to get the promotion. Two minutes on hold and I now have $40.00 off my next order....
#44015 by sfhub
Wed Jan 27, 2010 2:14 am
joeed2 wrote:It seems like margins are starting to get razor thin on the hardware. It used to be $400-$500 for an Ooma. Now sub $200 pricing.

As pointed out earlier the $400-$500 pricing included lifetime premiere, which became a $350 option when the price dropped to $249 and now isn't even offered. So IMO the prices didn't necessarily go down that much for the same feature set, but rather they changed up the mix so they could get people into Ooma at a lower entry price point with a more basic feature set, and shifted the rest into a subscription instead of prepay model.
#44044 by caseybea
Wed Jan 27, 2010 9:06 am
Indeed, and that included me. When I first learned of Ooma, the $400+ pricetag turned me offf, quickly. But I jumped in at $214 (core) without any reservations.

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