Re: My Ooma Telo does not have a "wall" jack
Posted: Wed May 04, 2011 10:20 pm
We'll see if one of the mods will shed some light.
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My Telo is 110-0102-202 rev A. Purchased from Amazon in May 2010.njarif wrote:On the bottom of the Telo, there is a label with P/N: 110-0106-100 and next to the Activation code there is label "Revision A". Can any one with a Telo that has a wall jack tell me the P/N and Revison code on their unit?
Now why would you assume that? Changes, yes, obviously. Improvements? Perhaps, if among "improvements" you count changes intended only to make it cheaper to manufacture. But I agree with you that "landline integration" was never a particularly useful feature and would be missed very little.southsound wrote:I would assume that there are some hardware improvements in the new box
I like the way you put thatnn5i wrote:will make using the product less confusing for many people whose skills are in other areas.
My friends say I've mellowed with age. Not sure SouthSound would concur -- but he hadn't the happiness to know my earlier self.Hollywood wrote:I like the way you put thatnn5i wrote:will make using the product less confusing for many people whose skills are in other areas.
Handbags, sneakers, and now OOMA (Knockoffs from some far away place in the east)?njarif wrote:Just purchased new Ooma Telo from Amazon and got it Apr 27 2011. I noticed that it came with "Phone" jack only and no "wall" jack as depicted in the documentation. Did I get an older model? Should I return it since I will not be able to use landline integration as a backup?
No, I fully understand. Many on the forum know that I had a raging drug problem in my past - I was an IV amphetamine user and have a clean date of October, 1972. The pain that caused me to use in those days came out in other ways when I stopped using. Anger and attitude were my solution to everything. If you saw me on the street you would cross over to avoid having to engage me. About 10 years ago I got fully involved with a great 12-step recovery program and am no longer the person I was. I'm still a work in progress but I have definitely changed for the better. Although I occasionally chide Carl, I count him among my favorite forum friends.nn5i wrote:My friends say I've mellowed with age. Not sure SouthSound would concur -- but he didn't have the happiness to know my earlier self.
Why, thank you, Robin. That goes both ways.southsound wrote:Although I occasionally chide Carl, I count him among my favorite forum friends.