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Offline Turo

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« on: March 20, 2019, 09:25:15 PM »
Does anyone currently use Ooma for Voip phone service? I have it now in the US and it works well and I presume that if I bring it to the Philippines and pulg it into an internet jack it would work just as well for calls to and from the US, but after reading I didn't see any recent information on Ooma. Any recent information or guidance in a better direction would be appreciated.

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