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After having Ooma for a few weeks I figured it would be advantageous to have my second line be in an area code where my family and friends are to save them some toll charges. Is there a way to change this after I have already established a second line phone number?
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I am not a 100% sure on this, you'll want to check with another person but I think you'll need to call Support for this. Also, they may charge for a support charge. Here is a list of their fees for different things:
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You will have to call customer support to change the number.
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Changing the phone number would be $19.99. You can do so by contacting our support folks.
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mcewinter wrote:After having Ooma for a few weeks I figured it would be advantageous to have my second line be in an area code where my family and friends are to save them some toll charges. Is there a way to change this after I have already established a second line phone number?
A less expensive route would be to get a Google Voice number in their area and point it to your ooma number. I have been using Google Voice as a front end for my ooma system and cell phone for about a year now and love how it works. If you have a cell phone, this gives you the double blessing of only having them call one number to ring you no matter where you are.
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if you use a google voice number, do you have to leave your computer on to get calls?
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