New Ooma accessories deliver smart phone features and convenience to your home phone
Ooma HD2 Handset Boasts a Two-inch Color Display and Picture Caller-ID Ooma Linx™ Remote Phone Jack Wirelessly Connects Telephony Devices to Ooma Telo
PALO ALTO, CA - Wednesday, October 17th, 2012
Ooma, Inc., the #1 ranked home phone service1 and leading provider of HD-quality free home phone service, introduces the all new Ooma HD2 Handset and Ooma Linx remote phone jack, delivering advanced features to enhance the Ooma Telo and provide the most complete and affordable home phone experience.
Ooma HD2 Handset
The new cordless Ooma HD2 Handset adds smart phone features to the home phone via the Ooma cloud-enabled platform and taps the full range of features offered by Ooma’s home phone service. The HD2 Handset boasts a two-inch color screen which allows users to see the picture of a caller in the user’s contact list when the phone rings. Pictures and contact information can be imported from Facebook, Google, Yahoo, LinkedIn, Outlook and Mac AddressBook.
The combination of the Ooma Telo and new Ooma HD2 Handset provides cutting-edge HD Voice call clarity by capturing twice the voice data to double the fidelity of standard phone calls, for richer, more natural-sounding conversations. The cordless handset offers superior security and range afforded by the latest DECT technology without interfering with home Wi-Fi networks or other home electronics. Up to four handsets can be used with each Ooma Telo.
One-touch voicemail access lets users check messages anywhere in the home and there’s an intercom to talk between handsets or transfer calls. The handset’s speakerphone and headset port keep hands free for multitasking during calls. Another useful feature is the ability to configure a handset so it can be used as a baby monitor.
The Ooma HD2 Handset is available now at https://www.ooma.com and select retailers with an M.S.R.P of $59.99.
The new Ooma Linx wirelessly connects phones, fax machines or other telephony devices around the home to the Ooma Telo using the latest DECT technology. It also gives users the convenience to install their main phone anywhere in the home if the Ooma Telo is installed in a remote area of the home. For Ooma Premier subscribers, the Ooma Linx provides access to a second phone line without using the Ooma Telo HD2 Handset.
The Ooma Linx is available now at https://www.ooma.com and select retailers with an M.S.R.P of $49.99. “The Ooma HD2 Handset and Ooma Linx address two important needs expressed by our customers — the ability to blend the smart phone and home phone experience and the wireless freedom to connect telephony devices to the Ooma Telo,” said Dennis Peng, Vice President of Product Management at Ooma. “These new technologies are prime examples of our dedication to delivering the most complete and affordable home phone solution for our customers.”
About Ooma, Inc.
Founded in 2004, Ooma creates new communications experiences for small businesses and consumers. Its smart platform serves as a communications hub, which offers cloud-based telephony and other connected services. Ooma combines PureVoice HD call quality and innovative features with mobile applications for reliable anytime, anywhere calling. The company has been ranked the No. 1 home phone service for overall satisfaction and value for five consecutive years by the leading consumer research publication. Ooma is also partnering with connected device makers to create smarter offices and homes. Ooma is available in stores and online from leading retailers. For more information about Ooma, please visit www.ooma.com or follow us on Twitter, LinkedIn or Facebook.
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