Ooma Bluetooth Adapater That Integrates into Phones

Ooma Bluetooth Adapter Now AvailableOoma announced the release of the Ooma Bluetooth Adapter that will allow Ooma Telo Premier Subscribers further integration of their mobile phones with their home phone systems.

Ooma marks another milestone of being the smart phone for the home. It is bringing together the functionality of smart and home phones for a simplified and exciting user experience.

The new Bluetooth Adapter by Ooma allows customers of Ooma Premier to pair their Telo systems with the Bluetooth enabled mobile phones and headsets. This will allow the consumers answer inbound mobile phone calls on any home phone which is connecting to an Ooma Telo. Consumers who use communication devices at home can now plug their cell phone in for charging and experience the convenience and quality of answering their mobile calls throughout their home on their home phone systems.

Vice President of Corporate Marketing at Ooma, Tami Bhaumik, said that Ooma is bringing together the functionality of smart phones and the home phone for a simplified user experience. Tami also said that today’s announcement further demonstrates the power of the Ooma Telo by integrating the mobile phone into the home phone via Bluetooth technology, offering their customers both money and time savings.

The new Bluetooth Adapter by Ooma is now available for purchase for only $29.99 including shipping and handling, directly through Ooma.

Source: MobileBurn

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