for 12 months.
Plus one-time purchase of Ooma Telo: $99.99
Calling mobile phones in some countries may incur per minute charges.
It’s easy to call Costa Rica from the United States.
Calls made through the Ooma Mobile app do not use any cellular minutes or incur international charges on your wireless bill. Instead, these calls are routed over your data connection and may count against the data allotment with your cellular phone provider. To minimize data usage, connect to a Wi-Fi hotspot.
If you encounter any issues or have any further questions, feel free to get in contact with us via our Customer Support website at https://support.ooma.com.
If you frequently call Costa Rica, upgrading to one of Ooma’s dialing plans can save you money and give you the freedom to make international calls without counting the minutes.
The Ooma World Plus Plan provides unlimited calls to Costa Rica’s landlines for just $25.99 per month. Calls to the country’s cell phones are billed at Ooma’s low rate of $0.088 per minute. The plan offers broad international access, including unlimited calls to landlines in 70 countries and mobile phones in 40 countries.
Also available is the Ooma World Plan, which has a reduced portfolio of countries included in its unlimited calling package. This discounted solution offers unlimited calling to landline numbers in 60 countries and mobile numbers in 10 countries for just $17.99 per month. Calls to Costa Rica are billed at Ooma’s low rate of $0.047 to landlines and $0.088 to cell phones.
Learn more about the countries that are included in Ooma’s international plans to find the right solution for your needs.
|Country Code||Area/City Code||Country/City||Standard Rate Per Minute||Premier Rate Per Minute||Ooma World Plan||Ooma World Plus|
|506||Costa Rica - Mobile-SS||0.088||0.088||0.088||0.088|
While the Ooma World plans give you unlimited calls to many locations, you can also use Ooma to make free international calls. Any Ooma-to-Ooma calls are 100% free regardless of the amount of time you talk, so if your contact in Costa Rica is also an Ooma customer, you can talk as long as you want and it won’t cost a penny. You’ll also have calls in crystal-clear HD voice, which is much better quality than standard telephone lines can provide.
International calling cards for Costa Rica typically charge rates that are cheaper than traditional phone plans. For example, Verizon’s standard per-minute rate is $1.99 for calls to landlines and cell phones in Costa Rica. Comparatively, Ooma’s standard rates for calls to Costa Rica are 22 to 42 times cheaper.
For even more savings, Ooma offers comprehensive calling solutions with international dialing plans that have unlimited calling to many global locations. If you imagine you’ll spend several hours per month calling internationally, whether it’s catching up with your family or calling for work, upgrading to one of Ooma’s dialing plans allows you to spend as long as you’d like on the phone without recharging calling cards or accumulating a high monthly bill.
Ooma is a popular choice for international calls to Costa Rica from the U.S.A. Affordable dialing options range from Basic Service with low per-minute rates to international dialing plans with unlimited monthly calls.
Using Ooma’s Basic Service or Premier Service, calls to Costa Rica’s landlines are billed at $0.047 per minute, and calls to Costa Rica-based mobile phones cost $0.088 per minute. Basic Service has no monthly fee for crystal-clear nationwide calling, and international calls are prepaid, so charges are deducted from your balance.
With Premier Service, per-minute charges are billed in addition to the $9.99 monthly charge for the plan. Although the dialing rates are the same between Basic and Premier, there are a whole host of additional features you gain access to with Premier Service. For example, Premier customers get powerful call-blocking tools to protect against telemarketers, the Ooma Mobile app for making calls from your mobile phone, voicemail access through email, free unlimited calling to Canada and Mexico, plus many others that Basic Service doesn’t provide.