Well, perhaps you are right, all of you except the OP. But this guy bought a device, and a service, with easily discoverable requirements (the $3.47 per month), and has been whining for months that he doesn't want to pay what he certainly agreed to pay. He bought the device with constructive notice, and almost certainly with actual notice, that in order to use it he'd have to pay this trivial amount. Now he wants to back out on his end of the bargain while having the other side still obligated. That's parasitism.southsound wrote:This kind of attitude saddens me.
Core users, on the other hand, entered no such agreement; they made a different bargain, and it is being honored by both sides. People who bought Core -- I wish I had -- are not parasites for wanting to use the deal that they and Ooma agreed to. Their having a different deal with Ooma does not, for example, mean that I, with a Telo, am wronged by being charged that $3.47. I agreed to that, and so did the OP.