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Ooma home phone service: What you need to know

If you've seen TV ads for Ooma, you're probably intrigued: they promise to totally replace your phone company and save you hundreds of dollars a year. Our testers found Ooma easy to set up, and the sounds quality is good. The service is also a favorite with respondents in our annual telecom survey.

There are some caveats to consider before you switch, though. Our video clues you in on what to consider beforehand. Take a look, and find out whether Ooma is right for you.

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