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Ooma Telo VoIP system connects on many levels

There are 2 comments on the Information Technology story from Aug 12, 2011, titled Ooma Telo VoIP system connects on many levels. In it, Information Technology reports that:

Many of my friends have dropped their landline and are going with either a cellphone or voice over Internet protocol service.

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Ithaca, NY

#1 Aug 17, 2011
My OOMA service went down two hours ago. Their website is even down. And, yes, I am a technogeek so I know it isn't any of my other services that affect it. Sad. After three months of above average (not great) service and then this happens. If it lasts much longer I will just chalk up my $200 to experience and go back to a cable/VOIP service.

Burlington, VT

#2 Aug 17, 2011
My service crashed as well. Did they go out of business?

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