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Cordless home phone featuring DECT 6.0 technology and HD Voice Ready for twice the clarity of normal phone calls. Convenient access to your contacts and other enhanced features right in your hand. Ooma Telo required, supports up to 4 handsets.
Get the most out of your Ooma Telo with the official Ooma Telo Cordless Handset. Thanks to DECT 6.0 technology, the handset provides enhanced sound quality as well as security. It places all of Ooma's features at your fingertips, including one-touch voicemail access, second line service, and phonebook access. If you're an Ooma Premier subscriber, the handset also allows you to take full advantage of advanced features like private voicemail and personal number settings. Quite simply, you'll be able to enjoy premium phone features without having to worry about nickel-and-dime service fees.
NOTE: The handset requires an Ooma Telo (sold separately.) Each Ooma Telo can support up to four handsets.
Synch the handset to the Ooma Telo (sold separately) at the touch of a button .
Secure calls, clear reception.
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Ooma: The New Way to Call
Switching to Ooma lets you enjoy all the benefits of a local and long distance telephone service, but without the high costs or monthly bills. By adding an Ooma Telo to your landline and to your high-speed Internet service, you can make calls anywhere in the United States for free, without any monthly charges. At the same time, international calls will be pennies on the dollar. And by replacing your landline with an Ooma Telo Cordless Handset, you can immediately access all the great calling features that Ooma offers.
DECT 6.0 Technology for Maximum Clarity
The Ooma Telo's sound quality has often been described as "better than a landline." With the Ooma Handset, you'll enjoy even greater clarity. It features DECT 6.0 technology, which guarantees reception and security without interfering with your local Wi-Fi network. It also maximizes your handset's range, allowing you to wander freely about your house while talking.
Advanced Voicemail Features
The Ooma Handset helps you make the most of Ooma's superior voicemail options. At the touch of a button, you can listen to your voicemail from anywhere in your house. If you're screening your calls, you can activate the "Do Not Disturb" mode and forward all of your calls to voicemail. You can even record your calls to voicemail by pressing the "Sent to Voicemail" button after you've picked up the phone.
Online Phonebook Access
The Ooma Handset allows you to download your entire online phonebook and access it at any time. You'll be able to look up and dial numbers from anywhere in the house, without having to refer to your address book first.
Caller ID for Effective Call Screening
With the Ooma Handset, you'll know who's calling before you answer the phone. The Ooma Handset displays the incoming caller's number, allowing you to avoid unwanted calls. If you don't recognize the caller, you'll have the option to listen to their message first and then decide whether you want to pick up.
Instant Second Line
If you share your house with a phone hog, Ooma's Instant Second Line feature presents a solution for you. When the line is already in use, you can simply pick up a second Ooma Handset and get a fresh dial tone. Up to two separate calls can be made simultaneously.
With an affordable Ooma Premier subscription, you'll gain access to the Personal Number feature. This feature allows you to create a unique phone number for everyone in the family. Multiple numbers can be mapped to the same handset, but you can make each number ring distinctively so you know who the call is for. Up to nine additional numbers are allowed.
Add Unwanted Callers to Your Blacklist
The Ooma Handset also allows you to instantly add unwanted callers to your blocked list. If telemarketers are harassing you, simply press the "Blacklist" button to avoid future calls.
Loud, Clear Speakerphone
The Ooma Handset features a built-in speakerphone with loud and crisp sound. When you need to multitask, just activate the speakerphone for hands-free conversation.
With the intercom feature, you can use multiple Ooma handsets like walkie-talkies to communicate with family members from room to room. You can also use the intercom to transfer calls between different handsets.
Detailed Call Log
The Ooma Handset's detailed call log helps you keep a meticulous record of your phone history. It allows you to view all incoming calls, outgoing calls, and call duration.
What's in the Box
Ooma Telo Handset, cradle, A/C adapter, battery.
This is a street shot at a local market. Advent of technology! She was actually listening to the different ringtones in the mobile. I was using a 300mm Lens and just waiting for her to look at me once...(actually at my camera)... Just captured in time! because after this shot she left the place.
Big Boi & Bosko working on lyrics to Ringtone bridge, listening w/Engineer Carmouche
With her parents gone, her twin sister, Kitty, about to be married, and no hint of Mr. Right on the horizon, Josie Dupre is lonesome. Luckily, she has her booming New Orleans catering business, and her fluffy white dog, Rosie, to keep her company. Then, with all the subtlety of Bourbon Street at Mardi Gras, a jumbo-sized Boxer destroys Josie's flowering windowboxes, and in the process, brazenly captures petite Rosie's undying devotion. Now that Rosie and the aptly named Zip are an item, Josie finds herself an unwilling chaperone - and doing her best to avoid Zip's owner, the irritatingly appealing Paul Brouillette. Anyone can see that the wealthy, sexy Paul is little more than a love 'em and leave 'em Cajun playboy. He's all for l'amour, but Josie has no intention of falling for him. Still, ever since Paul came into her life, strange things have been happening. She hears music that isn't there. Then she smells her mother's favorite cologne in an empty room. Maybe her mom's trying to send her a message. Something about finding love where you least expect it . . . And listening to your heart.