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Pilchard answered on October 2, 2009
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Thanks for that valuable information.
T. Kelley answered on October 2, 2009
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No incoming caller-id name on the basic plan. What good is caller-id with just the number? That is basic feature if I have ever heard one. Are they trying to force us to pay $10 per month to get caller-id names?

$12 per year and basic features costing $10 per month doesn't sound like free phone service to me. It's not expensive but its not FREE. After paying $250 for the Telo there should be no fees. I don't think Amazon should have 'no monthly phone bills' in the title when there is at least a $1 per month fee and possibly $11 per month in fees.
Carson answered on October 2, 2009
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I agree. The Telo will cost at least $12 per year after the first year with basic service. IMO the Ooma core system is a better deal. The Ooma core basic includes caller-id with name and voicemail, with no annual $12 fee after the first year. If you want a low cost basic phone the Ooma core is a better solution. However they are going to stop making the core. If you want one, buy it now, before its sold out.
Pilchard answered on October 3, 2009
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Dale Yuzuki answered on October 3, 2009
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Pilchard answered on October 3, 2009
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John Edward answered on October 5, 2009
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It always amazes me when people complain about something that is already a fantastic value...complaining that it should be "an even more fantastic value". You can go through life thinking that you are a "victim" if you wish to do so.
Joseph S. Upton answered on October 20, 2009
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Just to clarify on what a couple of people have said...

If you have decided not to get the Telo and want the free phone service and voicemail, don't just buy an ooma Hub, you MUST buy the ooma Core system, which includes the Hub and the Scout. I have provided more info on this in my 10-19-2009 review of the ooma Core system on Amazon if you're still trying to make the Core vs Telo decision.
A. Winters answered on October 20, 2009
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anne freeman answered on October 30, 2009
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