Ooma Home Phone

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About this app

Ooma’s mobile app takes your award-winning home phone service even further. With this app, you can make calls from your Ooma phone number, receive calls when you’re away from home, check your Ooma voicemail, and more. Purchase the beautiful Ooma Telo at your favorite retailer or at Ooma.com.

Getting started with the app:

1. Login with your Ooma phone number and password. Please note that the app works with the primary number on your Ooma account, not additional numbers. If you have forgotten your password, you can reset it by visiting My Ooma.

2. Make unlimited domestic calls without using your cellular plan minutes. The Ooma application makes calls using the Internet, also known as Voice Over IP (VoIP). Make sure that you have a strong Internet connection, either Wi-Fi or 3G/4G, to ensure the highest voice quality.

3. Make international calls for low rates. Visit My Ooma to purchase international calling credits or to sign up for the Ooma World calling plan which includes unlimited calls to more than 60 countries.

4. Dial numbers in your phone's contact list or set up a list of Favorites for quick access from the Ooma app.

5. Get alerts for new voicemail and listen to them conveniently on your phone. You can delete messages or file them into folders, all from the app.

6. View your call history, manage your privacy settings, and more.

The Ooma app works with Android devices running 5.0 and higher.

Be aware that some mobile network operators prohibit or restrict the use of VoIP over their network or impose additional fees and/or charges when using VoIP over their network. By using Ooma Mobile over 3G/4G/LTE, you agree to familiarize yourself with and abide by any restrictions your cellular carrier imposes and agree that Ooma will not be held liable for any charges, fees or liability imposed by your carrier for using Ooma Mobile over their 3G/4G/LTE network.
Updated on
Nov 4, 2022

Data safety

Safety starts with understanding how developers collect and share your data. Data privacy and security practices may vary based on your use, region, and age. The developer provided this information and may update it over time.
No data shared with third parties
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No data collected
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Data is encrypted in transit
Data can’t be deleted
1.52K reviews
T.W. Day
September 9, 2022
Not particularly useful, especially since the app is incapable of downloading the OOMA contacts list. I have been using the OOMA service for well over a decade and love it. I eliminated my Comcast landline and all of the associated customer service's problems that come with Comcast, thanks to OOMA. The app is my only complaint.
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August 30, 2022
Works great on my Android v5.1.1 tablet. But on my Android 11 tablet, I can get incoming calls, but have problems talking to them once I pick up and "Can't Dial Out!" "Major Problem!" Other than that, I can't tell you much more because I stay away from this app as much as I can. Although it does do a halfway good job at dealing with VM. But their take on how this type of app should look and work is completely missing. It's about as good as their Caller ID. Which isn't saying much.
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A Google user
January 4, 2020
Well I'm glad to say that I got this app working. I guess I'm too old and don't fool around these things often enough--my last phone and all its apps lasted 5 years, and you forget what you did to set it up. In any case I blew the set-up procedure because it asked for permission to "record my calls." When you say that to me, it means, make a recording, like a song or the CIA recording what you say (sure that happens too). But apparently in app-speak "record calls" means: turn on the microphone. Which is obvious. Why would you need to ask for permission to turn the microphone on in a phone app? Anyhow it is now working and I am very glad of it, this app has been a good part of my life for many years. First, because it allows me to make phone calls out of the concrete bunker where I work, which has bad tower reception but great wifi. Second, it means that I can use the cell phone to make international calls that are not covered by the smart phone plan. Ooma is very cheap. I'm giving it a four because there is room for improvement on voice clipping and such. But it is good enough to be very useful. Calls to my home sometimes come in over the tower system, too, not just the wifi. In that sense you have Ooma calling power which bills only your minutes of data time and not for a long distance call. Comes in handy if you're making reservations in another country. (Ooma does charge for international calls but it's ultra cheap, like a nickel a minute) I tried to delete my old one star review but doesn't seem to work.
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