Have a small business or office at home? Ooma Office arrives. I’m Fred Fishkin with technology BootCamp, a report on gadgets and gear. Ooma is a voice over IP, or Internet based phone service that has been helping consumers save money for years. Now the company is out with products and services aimed at small or home businesses. How does it work? VP Dennis Peng….
“It comes with a virtual receptionist that will automatically answer calls for you and route calls based on extension. You can set it up very easily over the Web. And then you can also use more advanced features like our conference bridge feature, ring groups, so you can have multiple extensions ring at the same time, and we also support a variety of mobility features. So you can support virtual extensions, which will map to cell phone numbers off site and many other things.”
The 249 dollar system is easy to install and monthly service costs as little as 20 dollars. There’s more info at Ooma.com/business. You can find us at BootCamp.com. I’m Fred Fishkin.
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