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samiam

Why not include OOMA in the list of places to go. I just left AT&T CallVantage and after doing quite a bit of research, have chosen OOMA. The equipment is about $250 and for another $99/year you have unlimited service in the U.S.A. and some really unusual features. The $99/year is for "premiere services" -- otherwise the service costs a big fat ZERO. Although I haven't yet found a phone book, I can live without that. Most of the other services are available without the premiere services, but with them, you can have 2 simultaneous calls on different extensions (join them or not) and it comes with a vanity number (more vanity numbers may be added for $5/mo) -- really handy for my mom in CA to call me in NJ! Call logs are better than CallVantage -- you can download them to a spreadsheet--where you can do searching to your hearts content! Blacklists, etc. -- it's really got a lot to offer and the call quality is excellent!

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