Ooma has released the new Ooma Telo, the new phone system superceeding Ooma Hub and available to purchase from online as well as retail shopping locations.
The new version of the Ooma system offers Free US calling (After initial cost of the system) caller ID, Call waiting, 911 service as well as improved call quality.
“It’s time for consumers to expect more from their home phone and finally disassociate phone service from expensive phone carriers. The proliferation of broadband was the first step to delivering phone service over the Internet. Ooma takes it to the next level by providing free U.S. calling with outstanding call quality and no monthly fees or contracts,” said Eric Stang, CEO of Ooma, “The Ooma Telo is our latest in a portfolio of products designed to expand home phone service into an interactive and unified home communication platform.”Ooma Telo also offers DECT 6.0 technology to take advantage of the future release of the Ooma Telo Handset. Ooma Telo comes with a 60-day free trial of Ooma Premier™, a bundle of advanced calling features that further extends the functionality of the Ooma system.
The Ooma Telo is available at more than 1,200 retail locations including: Best Buy, Datavision, Fry’s Electronics, J&R, Micro Center, and leading online destinations including Amazon, BestBuy.com, Buy.com, Costco.com, Dell.com, JandR.com, NewEgg.com, OfficeDepot.com, PC Mall, Provantage, Shop Harmony, Staples.com, Sears.com Target.com, Tiger Direct, and Walmart.com.
Pricing and Taxes
Ooma Telo retails for $249.99. Optional Ooma Premier costs $9.99 per month. Sign up for one year of Ooma Premier and receive a free Ooma Telo Handset (a $49.99 value) or free number porting (a $39.99 value). After the first year of ownership, Ooma Telo users will be charged an annual regulatory recovery fee of $11.75 to cover taxes, regulatory recovery fees and other costs.