No smilies this time, just straight talk. I was in no way belittling or denying the problem in your original post, just the comparison with AT&T. It was totally unrealistic and I could just imagine it being quoted by future posters as an example of how "flawed" Ooma is. Well it's not flawed, it just operates very differently and with far fewer resources than a giant telecom company with tens of thousands of employees and roots dating back to the 19th century.hpsan wrote:DTMF, your sarcasm is in no way constructive towards resolving the problem with Ooma's server and carrier, a problem that they have identified several weeks ago, and neither of which are located in my house.
I'm sincerely glad that Ooma provided the help you needed.