This has been happening for perhaps a week whenever I call the Portland OR area. It may be happening other places too, but I don't make many calls.
I guess I'll call Customer Support tomorrow, although I doubt there will be any result from a call. They certainly haven't done anything about my outgoing-caller-ID problem in the nearly two and a half months I've had the Telo (another thread). I don't think much of Ooma's performance in fixing problems, although when it works it works very well.
Have you contacted customer support? This forum is a great place to vent but normally we can't do much as far as fixing a problem with a carrier or routing - that is something that only ooma can do. If you haven't logged a ticket with customer support, don't be surprised if nothing happens. In case you need to call them, their number is 888 711-6662. I am sure they would like to get up up and running and satisfied. Not because they fear your negative comments but because the want to make you happy with your phone service.stustep wrote:I am having the same issue. I live in Georgia and I am calling a 706 area code from a 770 area code. I'm using AT&T dsl. My Ooma was working perfectly before the "east coast outage" that occurred nearly two weeks ago. I place a call, it rings, rings, rings, they pick up and there is no one there while it continues to ring on my end. OOMA ARE YOU LISTENING? I have publicly praised ooma but all that is about to change and become negative comments and the Ooma is going to go on ebay.
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(1) No matter whose system is the cause, Ooma should contact Comcast and work with them. Any notification to Comcast should be done by Ooma, and the two should work together. Anything less is very poor customer service, and fails to comply with FCC regulations. Common carriers like Ooma and Comcast are absolutely required to work together, notify each other, and liaise with each other. If the problem persists and no attempt is made by Ooma to get a a fix from Comcast or to fix it themselves, I will be in contact with the FCC, probably the FCC Consumer & Governmental Affairs,
Consumer Inquiries & Complaints Division at 445 12th St NW, Washington, DC 20554, but possibly also with the Common Carrier Bureau unless it's been reorganized out of existence since last time I worked with CCB. FCC has frequent reorgs.
(2) I am certainly not going to ask my friend, a woman in her 70s, to initiate contact with Comcast and attempt to explain to them what I have already explained in minute detail to Ooma. I have reported the problem to Ooma, with specific data including the number called, the exact times called (multiple, on different days), and all other requested information. Ooma has this information, I'm an Ooma customer, and Ooma is absolutely required to contact Comcast if necessary, or fix the problem themselves. Finger-pointing, passing the buck, and refusal to escalate the problem as necessary, wherever necessary, is not reasonable, not customer-friendly, and not in regulatory compliance.
Perhaps it's apparent that I'm tired of the runaround.
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