Ooma without a landline

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Re: Ooma without a landline

Post by scottlindner » Mon Jul 20, 2009 2:29 pm

atici wrote:I strongly suggest you follow what you have in mind. If you don't port your number and get a brand new ooma number then you won't receive any more calls from the pesky scammers. Somehow they don't even know you exist. I love this feature. Probably AT&T etc sells your number to make a profit.
I suspect it's actually related to being listed in the local phonebook even if you are't really listed. I bet Ooma isn't allowed to do that.


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