One $60 box is all it takes to get free home phone service for life
Whether you pay $40 a month for home phone service or $4 a month, you’re paying too much. Why? Because there’s another option out there that gives you unlimited crystal clear nationwide calling for a grand total of $0 a month (plus state-required taxes where required, which are usually just a couple bucks). All you need is one little box — and it just so happens that box is discounted right now on Amazon. While it’s in stock, you can pick up a refurbished Ooma Telo VoIP Home Phone System for just $59.99. Connect any regular old telephone and enjoy high-quality VoIP calling anywhere in the country without paying a dime.
Here are some bullet points from the product page:
- This Certified Refurbished product is manufacturer refurbished, shows limited or no wear, and includes all original accessories plus a 90-day warranty
- DECT radio supports up to 4 wireless handsets and over 4000 sensors.
- A USB port supports Wi-Fi and Bluetooth accessories and provides future expansion opportunities.
- Built in speaker provides the ability to screen calls prior to answering.
- Built-in 900MHz dual-core processor provides the power for Ooma PureVoice including HD Voice and adaptive redundancy for a more natural sounding voice without stuttering or interruption.
If you don’t want a refurbished model, you can also pick up the brand new version on Amazon:
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One $60 box is all it takes to get free home phone service for life originally appeared on BGR.com on Thu, 17 May 2018 at 11:49:54 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.