Re: Is Caller ID with Name a Premier feature?
Posted: Wed Jun 23, 2010 3:03 pm
I don't think anyone would try to argue that Bluetooth headset functionality by itself is a justification for Premier, the addition of Bluetooth functionality to the Telo's Premier offering was, IMO, about cell phone pairing. The ability to also pair Bluetooth headsets was an easily included bonus but could not be easily separated from the cell phone feature. Cell phone pairing is the primary reason for the Bluetooth feature and a unique offering for Premier, as it was intended. For those who are only interested in headsets, it's easy enough to add that function with third party equipment, as you pointed out.Morpheus wrote: I still stand by my initial assertion; Basic subscribers do not need a Ooma Telo handset and will be far better off in acquiring a decent alternative handset that will at least give them a headset jack or Bluetooth capability right out of the box.