You will need either a iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch, or an Android
The reviews tell a telling tale http://www.appstorehq.com/oomamobilehd- ... 574911/app
Iphone -both ATT and Verizon force a Data Plan on you. With the Android again both ATT and Verizon force a data plan on you, I am not sure about some of the other carriers for the Android (may want to check with Sprint, T-Mobile, and Virgin Mobile they all have droids.70 buick wrote:Those are ugly statements from the thread you provided. Any phones that can use ooma app without a data plan?
Only ATT and Verizon have the Iphone. If you are looking for a phone then the Iphone and Adroid are your only options
I have also posted a listing to the FAQ above.
Without a SIM card it has no connection to T-Mobile.
Telo with 2 Handsets, a Linx, and a Safety Phone
Telo2 with 2 Handsets and a Linx
I enjoyed the previous iteration of the app (before the HD) much better. Now, I am having issues with remote system understanding my DTMF entries; also the voice quality is a bit choppy. It may have to do with my iPhone being very old (3G). Not sure but I will find out when I upgrade my hardware. I have yet to test the voice quality on my friends' iPhone 4s; I plan to do that soon.70 buick wrote:Ibmofo, have you subscribed to the Ooma app? If so, what is your opinion?
If equipment/phone is your own and you are not under any contract, they can't force you to sign up to any data plan.Lilly's_Closet wrote:On a pay as you go plan, yes this is possible however, on a contract ATT use to allow no data Plan with Certain phones that not considered smart phones but were in fact smart phones like the Nokia phones. They have since discontinued this policy.