“Ring To” Now Becomes Another ‘No Cost’ Option For Use With OBi Devices — Albeit NEW OBi Devices.

Anura Guruge, June 8, 2013.

by Anura Guruge


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Click to ENLARGE. I got this a few weeks ago from OBi. I have been meaning to write about it since then but never had the time.


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Click to access “Ring To”.


So far I think I am happy with Phone Power. We haven’t had any real problems as far as I know and as far as I can tell they haven’t try to bill me, as yet, after I had paid my initial $60 for the year in May. But, it is still early days. “Ring To” doesn’t seem to be an option for me any way for two reasons. I do NOT want to give them my TDS landline phone number because we use it for incoming calls — and I have to have it from TDS since it is a part of my two ‘fiber to the wall’, 15Mbps Internet lines I have coming to the house. [Soon it may be three!] Also, the OBi deals seem to only apply to OBi devices purchased after the “Google Voice” fiasco.

But I wanted to make sure that YOU knew about the “Ring To” option. OK?


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