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OBi202 2-Port VoIP Phone Adapter with Google Voice and Fax Support for Home and SOHO Phone Service
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- Works with Google Voice
- Easy to Set-Up Using OBiTALK.com
- Also Supports T.38 Fax and SIP Bring Your Own Device Services like Anveo Callcentric, Voip.ms, etc.
- Works with Up to Four (4) VoIP Services Across Two (2) Phone Ports
- 1x USB for Obihai Accessories OBiWiFi and OBiBT,Receive calls to your Google Voice number then use the OBi device to bridge to your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch and Android devices using Wi-Fi, 3G or 4G (without using your cell minutes).
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Free Premium Features with OBi and Google Voice
- Works with Google Voice
- Caller ID
- Call forwarding
- Call waiting
- 3-way calls
- Block anonymous calls
- Do not disturb
- Missed call notifications via email
- Voicemail notifications via email / text
- Voicemail forwarding as email audio attachments
- Voicemail-to-text via email and web
- Free Canadian calling
- Ring multiple phones simultaneously
- Multiple numbers (4)
OBi202 VoIP Phone Adapter
With an OBi device and your existing broadband Internet connection, from the comfort of your home phone, you have the power to make and receive phone calls using a multitude of VoIP services for free or at a fraction of the cost a traditional telco would charge. Local, long distance and even international calling are all possible.
The OBi200 and OBi202 support up to four (4) VoIP services like Google Voice, Anveo, PhonePower, VoIPms and a multitude of 'Bring Your Own Device' Internet phone services. Get the lowest cost local and international calls with service providers of your choice. Calls to other OBi devices are always free via the OBiTALK network.
It is easy to save money with an OBi!
- Use Google Voice with the OBi and enjoy free calls inside the USA and Canada
- Call internationally at amazingly low rates to over 150 destinations
- Rates to China, India, and Mexico as low as 1¢ per minute – with no connection fee
- When someone calls, ring multiple OBi devices, anywhere
- Block unwanted nuisance and tele-marketer calls
- Voicemail that acts like email
- Designed, developed and supported in the USA
|Ideal For||Home||Home or Small Business|
|Easy OBiTALK Setup||✓||✓|
|Free OBi to OBi Calling||✓||✓|
|VoIP Services Supported||4||4|
|2-Port Internet Router with Voice Packet Prioritization||No||Yes|
|Reliable Faxing T.38 Protocol||✓||✓|
|Power Adapter||100-240 volt switching power adapter||100-240 volt switching power adapter|
|Call Capacity||1 phone call or fax call||2 phone calls or fax calls simultaneously|
|USB Port for OBiWiFi5G, OBiBT, OBiLINE||✓||✓|
|Optional USB Accessories||The OBiWiFi5G wireless adapter allows you to wirelessly connect your VoIP device to the Internet.||The OBiBT Bluetooth wireless adapter allows a USB-equipped OBi device to pair with a mobile phone.||The OBiLINE adapter allows a USB-equipped OBi device to make calls to a land-line service from phones connected to the OBi.|
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|Item Dimensions||4.5 x 4.1 x 1.2 in||2.7 x 2.7 x 1.2 in||3 x 8.9 x 8.3 in||6.5 x 8 x 8 in||5.12 x 3.54 x 1.1 in||2.99 x 10.4 x 8.2 in|
|Item Weight||0.56 lb||7.04 ounces||1.2 lbs||2.2 lbs||0.64 lb||1.63 lbs|
The OBi202 works with Google Voice. It is perfect for customers who do not have a traditional telco phone service and want the savings and simplicity of using a VoIP service for all their calls.
With its support for 2 independently configurable phone ports, support for many VoIP providers, the OBi202 provides you with an abundance of control and convenience from the comfort of your home phone(s). The OBi202 is equipped with a 2-port router/bridge with support for integrated quality of service (QoS). The OBi202 may be installed in a variety of environments where an extra Ethernet port is needed to connect a computer/network behind the OBi202 and/or locations where upstream voice traffic needs to be prioritized above other types of traffic like web surfing and uploading pictures and movies.
So Many Features!
- Works with Up to Four (4) VoIP Services
- Collaborative features which allow its phone ports to work together as a mini-phone system.
- T.38 Real Time Fax over IP
- High Quality Voice over IP Technology
- Built-In Router with QoS for VoIP Traffic Prioritization
- USB Port for Use with OBiWiFi Wireless Adapter or Storage Device
- OBiTALK Web Portal: The OBiTALK Web Portal allows you to manage your OBi endpoints and your Circle of Trust.
The OBiTALK portal helps OBi users configure, add services and manage their OBi devices with ease.
- OBiON: iPhone and Android App Integration
- Call Forwarding on All Calls, Busy Calls, Forward on No Answer
- Caller ID – Name & Number
- Call Waiting
- Call Transfer
- Block by Caller ID
- Automatic Call Back
- Do Not Disturb
- Conference Calling
- Anonymous Calling
- Message Waiting Indication - Visual and Tone Based
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1. It works!
2. Voice quality is great
3. When paired with Google Voice, it's FREE. FREE. FREE to get and place calls in the US.
4. Setup is simple (*)
5. It's CHEAP compared to the alternatives. Especially, e.g. Ooma Telo Free Home Phone Service, Vonage, Xfinity. Even the outlay for the cost of the box is less than you'll pay for those services because they charge more outright (Ooma is $120), or require a one year contract.
6. It has TRUE multi-line support. Ooma, for example, allows you to have "two lines" but they behave like one unless you purchase Ooma's handsets and their $10/month service. You need two (or more?) Google Voice numbers.
7. You can probably port your EXISTING phone number to Google Voice - if you first port the number to a cell carrier (find any carrier with a Pay as you go plan and a low cost, e.g. T-Mobile). Google Voice will not port numbers from most landline or VoIP providers, but for $20 will port from nearly all cell carriers. Ooma, by contrast, charges $40 to port a number.
8. Google Voice has voicemail to text, multiple ring, spam call reduction, call screening, text notifications and more. Want those services elsewhere they will cost you. E.g. with Ooma you'll be paying a minimum of $20/month ($10 service, $5 for the cheap voicemail transcription and about $5 month in taxes and fees).
A. The obitalk website which is needed to configure your device is a little wonky. By wonky, I mean it may be a bit intimidating to anyone who is a first time VoIPer. But I had little problem connecting my two Google Voice accounts, connecting two cordless phone system bases, and having one phone ring for my "home" line and the other ring for my "hobby" line. See the attached shots for examples of the ObiTalk website.
That's a small bit of "iffy" and a lot of Good.
Speaking solely on Google Voice service, and features, coupled with this wonderful OBi202 (2 port) VoPi device, the combo is out of this world! Told my former VoIp company "good-bye", bought this thing, got two Google Voice local #'s (local to my area where I live) using two distinct Gmail addresses and in about five minute time, I had two lines, each one receiving and making phone calls on its respective Google Voice number (in other words, I now have two phone lines, two independent phone numbers, working independently and completely separate from each other). The set up is very easy. It looks or seems complicated but don't be intimidated by it -- look up a few YouTube how-to videos and you'll have this thing up and running in five minutes (make sure to also create an online account with ObiTalk which is free but necessary for a fast and painless setup of your device).
The device itself can also be admin logged into directly (both LAN and WAN) and setup manually as well. But like I said, for the most straightforward, most simple and easiest setup, create an account with ObiTalk and follow the directions that come with the device, along with some YouTune video instruction should you need any. It's all very simple.
Small foot print and very light. Been running strong for over a week now. Never had to restart it or do anything to it. Phones works flawlessly.
Given that Google will keep maintaining its telephony service from now on and keep it as is -- "free" -- this device will amortize itself in a few months time. It's a deal, which at this present time, simply cannot be beat!
Read a number of reviews and google searches on how best to cut the land line. I have good Internet service from a local cable provider and figured VOIP might be the way out of the dog house :) The Obi202 installed without a hitch. I have a great wireless router behind the cable modem and was not to enthused about putting a router in-between them. The Obi202 has a fantastic option of being a Bridge which fits perfectly into my configuration. The Obi202 configuration page is pretty easy to navigate and setting up as a Bridge was cake. Connected the Obi202 to an open port on my wireless router. Plugged in a phone line to Line 1 (there are 2 phone lines available on this unit). Created an account on ObiTalk and had it find my new Obi202 without a problem. ObiTalk will verify that phone calls can be sent by performing a test, which initially failed. ObiTalk provided a troubleshooting link which presented a number of different suggestions. One of which was to punch a hole in my firewall, port-forwarding inbound UDP port 10000 to the Obi202. Once done, the ObiTalk test phone call worked perfectly. Now on to finding a VOIP provider.
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