The # 1 VoIP Office Phone
Save up to 60% over your current provider. Traditional land lines are between $40-$50 per line per month. We offer unlimited lines with our service at $19.95 per user (phone extension) per month.
For an unprecedented seventh year in a row, the readers of PC Mag ranked Ooma Office as the #1 office phone system for small business.
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Ooma Office vs. Key Competitors: Overall Satisfaction
“Our monthly expenses dropped over $100/month with no loss of functionality or features.”
– Rick Norris, First Presbyterian Church
“The service is much better and the features Ooma offers are more flexible than we ever got from Comcast.”
– IDEM Safety Switches USA
“So easy it was hard to believe. And upgrades and help is just a call away.”
– Santa Fe Art
Automate how you manage incoming calls. Route and message callers and set up multiple menus so you never miss another business opportunity. […more]
Receive and send text messages to customers from your business number through the Ooma Office mobile app.
Enable your business phone number to ring your office phone, mobile app, and an external device. […more]
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