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- Joined: Fri Apr 03, 2009 2:41 pm
I love ooma for my domestic calls. But for International calls it is a disaster. I pre paid $10.00 and tried many times to connect calls to El Salvador. calls never went trough and my account was charged for every attemp to call. finally I got connected calling a land line and got charged like I were calling a cell phone which is a higher rate. I hope in the near future they could fix this problem.
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- Joined: Fri Oct 03, 2008 8:22 am
I doubt this will ever be fixed. You will find a long list of complaints in the forum. Don't load any more money and ultimately you will be able to use up $10.
I use Google Voice now for international calls. Hopefully with Google Voice extensions (coming feature), one could switch to GV for international calls dialed over ooma.
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- Joined: Sun Mar 01, 2009 8:10 pm
- Location: Atlanta
for call to western Europe, Canada, Autralia, ooma prepaid is a great bargain, around 1.5/2 cent per minute, plus the convernient of direct dialing (ie 011 + nation code + phone number)
for some smaller market the rate is much higher (20-40 cent/min) with ooma. The best bet is to find some niche calling card or 'dial around'/pin less prepaid for around 5-6 cent/min
few years back, I used to buy calling card of the net, now they are flooded with fraud. I use pin less prepaid service for <5cent/min to Vietnam compaire to 22cent with ooma.
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- Joined: Sat Jul 25, 2009 8:56 am
- Location: Portland, OR
Just an FYI for anyone reading this forum and considering ooma for international calls. Our calls to Tokyo are very good quality. Haven't had a single problem connecting or with call quality. Even the fax works fine. Price is comparable with the cheapest calling cards (4.9 cents/minute including tax).