It is an interesting part of what humans are made of - what appeals to some will disgust others. Why not pick up a Telo handset from a company like BestBuy that has a liberal return policy. Then, if you really don't like it, you can just return it before the return period is up. My guess is that if you load your system with your contacts and give it a good go, you will want to keep it. Like I said, it grows on you. Some of us were looking for issues and boy howdy - we did find them with the original firmware and our mis-set expectations. But you may love the silly little thing. I know that I would not give mine back after using it for a few months.Nat Ray wrote:Please correct me, if I am wrong . . .
Is it fair to say, I am wasting my money subscribing to Premier if I don’t anti up for the inferior Telo Handset
VoIP hardware: 2 Telo w/3 handsets & Linx / ooma core
Total Lines: 8 / Numbers: 11 / Handsets: 20
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Hardware: Core Telo w/ HD2 Handset;2 ooma Hubs
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iPhone 7 Plus w/Ooma Mobile App
Internet: AT&T U-Verse 50Mbps
I am on my way to Best Buy
Telo Handset / Panasonic KX-TG6445 + 7 other handsets = 12
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QoS managed by router via Ethernet port . . .