Our new ooma phone system  arrived this week. Now we can say goodbye to our monthly phone bill. With the ooma phone, after you buy it, you don’t need to pay a monthly fee for the service.
We got an ooma on sale for $204 (which came with an iPod shuffle). After switching from Vonage  at $21 per month, we should break even in 10 months. After that, we’ll have free phone service.
I didn’t know about the ooma phone until just last month, but it seems like a great idea. It makes me wonder what other services that we pay for monthly can be converted into a one time fee.
Have you switched over to ooma? If so, I’d love to hear about it!
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