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Ooma Office review: This VoIP-based phone system makes small businesses seem big

At a Glance

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  • Ooma Office
    4/5
    $100.00 (When Rated) via Amazon.com Marketplace
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    Ooma Office delivers nearly all the features a small business could ask for in a VoIP PBX, at a very affordable price.

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At a Glance

Ooma Office delivers nearly all the features a small business could ask for in a VoIP PBX, at a very affordable price.

Price when rated: $250 (plus subscription fees: $10/month for each phone number; $10/month for each employee)
Lowest price: $100.00 via Amazon.com Marketplace
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Pros

  • Excellent voice quality
  • Supports multiple phone lines and extensions
  • Calls can be transferred to remote employees
  • Terrific price-to-performance ratio

Cons

  • Virtual receptionist's synthesized voice quality isn't the best
  • Must prepay for international calls
  • Only one greeting for business hours and one for off hours
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