Then as I was browsing Dealnews.com one day, I saw that Net10 corporate was selling refurbed Nokia 1600's for $22 and giving an extra 300 minute/60 day card with the purchase. I bought a bunch of them. So now I have phones that cost me $5.50 a month ($22/4) and I still get 150 minutes per month. In other words, they were giving me an $8 discount on a 300 minute card plus a free phone with 300 more minutes.
I can't tell the refurb phones from the new ones - and the Nokia 1600 has all the features I need. Since Net10 rolls over time and minutes, with my calling habits I have over 400 extra minutes from previous updates. And I have a stack of spare batteries, spare chargers, etc.
Of course, raccoons have minimal calling habits and an even more limited income. YMMV
VoIP hardware: 2 Telo w/3 handsets & Linx / ooma core
Total Lines: 8 / Numbers: 11 / Handsets: 20
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Of course, that won't work for you if Verizon won't give you good service.
Seven Star 100 Watt Step Up and Step Down Transformer TC-100
Make sure your converter is for continuous use.
I have a power meter attached to the Ooma hub - I did that when I noticed that the hub runs quite warm to the touch... I was surprised to see it only uses about 6 watts, however the power-factor is only 60% and so it ends up being 9VA. It has used 260Wh in 44 hours that I have had the meter on...atici wrote: Does the ooma hub consume more than 20 watts?
Hope this helps!
Production: Ooma Hub -> KX-TG7745M + 5 handsets; Ooma Scout -> KX-TG9341T + 5 handsets
Beta: Ooma Telo + 2 handsets with Google Voice
My Power supply broke so i am looking for a new one for international use
Does anyone know if these will work
http://cgi.ebay.com/NEW-12V-1200mA-1-2A ... 2218wt_912
http://cgi.ebay.com/Home-Adapter-Power- ... 771wt_1138
I am assuming i require 12V dc 1.2A
The second one will not work, it's only 1 amp.
The adapter must be at least 1.2 amps but a higher amperage rating is fine.
Telo with 2 Handsets, a Linx, and a Safety Phone
Telo2 with 2 Handsets and a Linx
This adapter works with Hub but no explicit reference to the tip size anywhere.john544 wrote:Hi, does anyone know what the power adapter tip size is for the Ooma Hub?
nn5i wrote:To me it is unimaginable that anyone could need that.Colanth wrote:... my wife needs an internet browser in her phone ...
What could be a more enriching experience than surfing the web with a screen 1/4 the size of a paperback book? At least they are bigger than a postage stamp sized screen but still? C'mon people! I have all that on my Nokia N900 but there is a reason why I have a 17" screen on my laptop which is the lower end of usable size in my opionion.