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Cool. In the meantime, for kicks, check this out: http://phones.whitepages.com/
It lists all the area codes/prefixes and tells you who owns them. There are certain pools of numbers that ooma has access to (partner resellers?) and hope they can get a local # for you in time; if the pool they have access to doesn't have your local area code/prefix, then there really isn't anything ooma can do about it as of now.
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I'd give them more than a week. Depending on the providers it can take 4 or 5 weeks to fulfill a request.