When we signed up for Ooma and decided to port our phone number, we could not get a consistent answer from either Ooma or Verizon regarding what would happen to our DSL service once the number was ported. Ooma was pretty sure that our DSL service would be dropped and we'd be without internet until … Continue reading The specifics of moving from Verizon (with DSL) to Ooma
For months we've been trying to discover a way to reduce our mobile/cell phone service without compromising on the quality of service, etc. The issue is that one of us uses 200+ minutes per month minimum, the other maybe 50 at most. We've been using a Verizon Family Plan for a while that had a … Continue reading Converting Verizon Contract Phone to Pre-Paid
Yesterday, our Ooma Hub and Scout package arrived just three business days after purchasing (not bad for Amazon's free super-saver shipping). Opening the box was reminiscent of opening an Apple product. Those who own Mac's and other Apple products will know what I mean. Most manufacturers simply see packaging as as way to get products … Continue reading First Impressions: Ooma
Amount Saved: $445.01/yr As posted previously, I had been considering entirely dumping our Verison Wireless service in exchange for prepaid service through Boost Mobile. I spent several hours analyzing the true cost of doing so by evaluating the cost of the new phones (required for using Boost, optional to stay with Verizon), the monthly cost, … Continue reading Reducing the Cell Phone Bill
We're Saving $444/yr If you could pay between $200-$250 one time and never pay for local and long distance calls again, would YOU do it? We had to ask ourselves the same question when we found out about the ooma Core VoIP Phone System with No Monthly Phone Service Bills. We spend a LOT of … Continue reading Eliminate Local and Long Distance Bill for Good!
We've been a long-time verizon wireless customer. While we like their service, we as Americans pay way more for our wireless service than much of the world. This really bugs our family! We've always been a 2 -year contract family for VZW and on average, our mobile bill is about $100/mo (that's $1200/yr for all … Continue reading Ideas for Lowering the Cell Phone Bill