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Ooma adds new features, premium price

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Ooma is putting out some new enhancements to their VoIP telephone system for the home.  Their $12.99 per month premium release now includes:

  • The ability to add up to 9 virtual phone numbers for the home.  You could put in a virtual home office, or add a line for each member of the family.
  • The ability to have Ooma drop copies of your voice mail into your email inbox.
  • Simultaneous ring with the users cellular phone.
  • Private voice mail boxes, call logs, and community blacklists.

It’s beginning to sound a lot like a small business unified communications system, isn’t it?  Many of these features that are new to Ooma are already available on small business phone systems like Jazinga.

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  • Dean Collins October 30, 2008, 11:03 pm

    Yeh surprising how few people have implemented Asterisk into home uses. Considering how beneficial multiple lines/multiple mailboxes/call redirection to cells etc is.

    Considering any old pc can provider the donor horsepower I guess it’s just ‘know-how’, check out http://www.Cognation.net/Asterisk for a 60 second overview if you’ve never heard of Asterisk before.

    Cheers,
    Dean

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