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 an international call to Romania from the United States is easy.
In Romania, landline numbers always begin with a 2, mobile numbers begin with a 7 and VoIP numbers begin with a 3. This can be helpful to understand which per-minute rate you’ll pay. Additionally, numbers beginning with 21 quality for lower landline rates if you’re using Basic or Premier Service without an international calling plan.
Calls made through the Ooma Mobile app don’t use any minutes or incur international charges on your wireless bill. Instead, these calls are routed over your data connection and may count against your data allotment if you’re not on an unlimited plan with your carrier. 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/.
Whether you’re calling Bucharest or Constanta, using Ooma to call Romania is easy and affordable.
With the Ooma World Plan, you get unlimited phone calls to Romanian landlines. Plus, you’ll get unlimited calling to landlines in 60 other countries and mobile numbers in 10 countries for just $17.99 per month. Romanian mobile numbers are charged at the standard $0.315 per-minute rate. These charges are added on top of your monthly plan charge.
If you upgrade to the Ooma World Plus Plan, you’ll also get unlimited calls to Romanian mobile phones and expanded world access, with unlimited calling to landlines in 70 countries and mobile phones in 40 countries for $25.99 per month.
You can learn more about Ooma’s international plans and all the countries that are included.
|Country Code||Area/City Code||Country/City||Standard Rate Per Minute||Premier Rate Per Minute||Ooma World Plan||Ooma World Plus|
|40||21||Romania - Bucharest||0.060||0.060|
|40||Romania - Mobile-SS||0.315||0.315||0.315|
Ooma’s World Plans give you unlimited calling to Romania, but you can also use Ooma Telo to make free international calls without a plan. All Ooma-to-Ooma calls are 100% free, so if your mom in Bucharest is also an Ooma user, you can talk as long as you want and it won’t cost a cent. Chatting with loved ones will also be clearer thank traditional phone lines thanks to crystal-clear HD voice.
Calling Romania with an international calling card is usually cheaper than relying on standard phone rates, but you also have to go through the hassle of recharging them before you can use them. On the other hand, standard phone rates are expensive. Verizon’s standard per-minute rate to Romania is $1.99 – that’s 33 times more expensive than Ooma’s standard rates.
You can save even more if you have friends and family in other countries. So you can call your mom in Bucharest, your sister in London and your friends in Spain and without worrying about recharging calling cards or racking up a high phone bill.
+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.
With Ooma’s Basic and Premier Service, calls to Romanian landlines are $0.125 per minute while landline calls to Bucharest are $0.06 per minute. Calls to Romanian mobile phones and special service numbers are $0.315 per minute.
Basic Service is free, and charges for international calls are deducted from a prepaid balance. Premier Service comes with a number of additional features for the low price of $9.99 per month. Premier Service features include powerful call-blocking tools to protect against telemarketers and robocalls, the Ooma Mobile app for on-to-go calling, voicemail access through email, unlimited calling to Canada and Mexico and more.