These charges include the taxes and fees you see on your current phone bill from your landline service: The Regulatory Compliance Fee, Federal Universal Service Charge, and others. By eliminating monthly phone service charges and switching to the Ooma Telo VoIP home phone system, Ooma estimates that residential users of the Ooma Telo will save over $800 in just two years. (Based on a $50/month bill. Customers with a $30/month bill will save close to $400.)
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The basic configuration for the Ooma Telo VoIP home phone system is simply the Ooma Telo VoIP adapter, high-speed Internet access, and a phone. You can use your regular corded or cordless phone, or you can buy an Ooma Telo handset. The Ooma Telo supports up to four Ooma Telo handsets.
To combat the packet loss that some VoIP users experience as garbled or interrupted voice signals, Ooma Telo’s PureVoice HD also incorporates adaptive redundancy — the Ooma Telo VoIP home phone system detects packet loss and issues duplicate packets to cover the gap.