LifeIsGood wrote:...the OOMA unit acts as your answering machine for retrieving voice mails. You want to be able to put the OOMA where it will be easily accessible. My modem is upstairs and I had to do a bit of "customization" in order to locate my OOMA unit on the first floor.
Frugal Al wrote:As pointed out by others, the Ooma plays well with the Panny DECT phone system, and can utilize the Panny answering machine just fine, making placement of the Ooma more flexible.
thebogledude wrote:Do you recommend using the ooma voicemail or the answering machine that's on the phone?
gd wrote:The higher cost of internet-only and additional services I've gotten used to through the Comcast telephone service (like email sent to me transcribing voice mail, and call logging and blocking) kept me from going the Ooma (or similar) route.
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