for 12 months.
Plus one-time purchase of Ooma Telo: $99.99
After purchase of Ooma Telo for the first 12 months, then only $17.99/mo plus applicable taxes and fees. Unlimited calling subject to normal residential use limitations. +Applicable taxes and fees. Includes unlimited minutes to landlines in over 60 countries and to mobile phones in over 10 countries.
Making international calls to Norway is simple.
When calling using the Ooma Mobile app, you will not use any minutes or incur international charges on your wireless bill. Instead, these calls are routed over your data connected and may count against your data allotment if you’re not on an unlimited data plan. To minimize data usage, connect to a Wi-Fi hotspot.
As always, 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.
Whether you’re calling Amsterdam or Rotterdam, Ooma’s international dialing plans are a good way to save money on your calls to the Netherlands.
The Ooma World Plan gives you unlimited calling to landlines in the Netherlands, plus unlimited calling to landlines in 60 countries and mobile phones in 10 countries for the low rate of $17.99 per month. Calls to mobile plans are billed at $0.293 per minute.
In addition to unlimited calls to landlines in the Netherlands, Ooma’s World Plus Plan also gives you unlimited calls to mobile phones in the Netherlands. The World Plus Plan also gives you unlimited calling to landlines in 70 countries and mobile phones in 40 countries for just $25.99 per month.
You can learn more about which countries are included in Ooma’s international plans.
|Country Code||Area/City Code||Country/City||Standard Rate Per Minute||Premier Rate Per Minute||Ooma World Plan||Ooma World Plus|
|31||Netherlands - Mobile||0.293||0.293||0.293|
|31||Netherlands - SS||0.293||0.293||0.293|
While Ooma’s World Plans give you unlimited calls to many countries, you can also use Ooma Telo to make free international calls. All Ooma-to-Ooma calls are 100% free regardless of the amount of time you talk. So if your friend in Amsterdam is also an Ooma customer, you can talk as long as you want without worrying about expensive monthly charges. You’ll chat in crystal-clear HD voice, which is better quality than standard phone lines.
Using an international calling card to call the Netherlands is usually more affordable than standard phone lines, but they also come with trouble of having to recharge them regularly. Standard phone plans, however, can be expensive. Verizon’s standard per-minute charge is $1.99 per minute. Ooma’s standard per-minute phone rate is $0.055 – that’s a lot of savings!
You can use Ooma’s dialing plans to get savings to even more countries around the world. Whether you’re calling a friend in Amsterdam, family in India or co-workers in France, Ooma’s dialing plans allow you to spend as long as you want on the phone without worrying about sky-high phone bills and recharging calling cards.
+One time Telo Adaptor $99.99
*After purchase of Ooma Telo for the first 12 months, then only $17.99/mo plus applicable taxes and fees. Unlimited calling subject to normal residential use limitations. +Applicable taxes and fees.
Ooma’s affordable calling plans make it a popular choice for international calls to the Netherlands from the U.S.A. Your choices range from Basic Service with low per-minute rates to international plans with unlimited monthly calls.
With Ooma’s Basic Service and Premier Service, calls to landlines in the Netherlands are billed at $0.055 per minute. Mobile phone rates are $0.293 per minute. With Basic Service, international calls are prepaid, and your charges are deducted from your balance.
With Premier Service, charges are on top of your $9.99 per month fee. While Basic and Premier have the same rates, Premier comes with a number of extra perks, including powerful call-blocking tools to protect against robocalls, the Ooma Mobile app for making calls on the go, voicemail through email, free unlimited calling to Canada and Mexico, plus more.