I assume that means they are turning off my connection.
I don't need Ooma to record messages, nor to connect to during this time.
My concern is I also don't want to lose my Ooma account and number.
Should I contact someone at Ooma to let them know????
I'm happy the way things are!
On another thread I should thank the Ooma community as well. My poor reception had to do with
my ISP. I did what the forum members suggested and kept records of the poor line, and submitted
it to my ISP, and finally, after months of putting me off, they came out and corrected the troubles in my area.
Would not have happened without those records the Ooma Community told me to create, keep, and file.
Thanks again, everyone!
Salt Lake City
Great advice! And I would imagine that when your friends realize that you have quality phone service at such a reasonable price, they too will become ooma subscribers! Helping friends save money is always a good thing in these difficult economic times.nn5i wrote:Why not take the Ooma with you, and a telephone instrument too. That way, anywhere you happen to be, if there's Internet you have your home phone with you. I just returned from some travels during which I used my Ooma at the homes of two friends in different cities. Most convenient, and much better than any cell phone.
VoIP hardware: 2 Telo w/3 handsets & Linx / ooma core
Total Lines: 8 / Numbers: 11 / Handsets: 20
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Friends don't remember what Landline Integration was or why we did it.
Don't forget about 911 calls. They show the address that you have on the Ooma web site. Very easy to change. I normally don't change the address and remind my kids to use my relatives phone if they need to call 911.