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Wonderful response, Dennis. As has already been said, the two outages have brought about a plan and strategy that will provide us with even more reliability. When a company turns a negative into a positive for its customers, it shows what is most important to that company. Thank you for putting your users first. This is just one more bit of evidence that I made two right decisions. The first by buying ooma and a second by being an active part of the awesome user support network on this forum.
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VoIP hardware: 2 Telo w/3 handsets & Linx / ooma core
Total Lines: 8 / Numbers: 11 / Handsets: 20
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Dennis, you and the Ooma team ought to be congratulated for the openness, fast response, great communications and decisive action during and since the outage. With all the improvements you describe, the outage evidently had a silver lining. Ooma will be stronger for it and I love blue.
Re the status indication on the web, any chance of hardwiring this so that it instantly shows and does not need manual setting or interpretation? In fact, the status could be a continuous monitoring graph, so that long-term reliability can be shown, say 99.9% uptime and you can see its history. I am also wondering if we can have in the lounge a status light for the specific Ooma hub/account logged in. Finally, since the phone support lines, web server and lounge authentication all failed together, at least the web server should be mirrored asap. Good job!
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Thanks for being customer focused. Not many companies are. Most are willing to take your money and then take you for granted.
I really appreciate you letting us see your action plan and give us the ability to comment on it.
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Sounds like a good plan of action Dennis. I'm glad to hear you're adding ISP redundancy. A second datacenter would be great too but that obviously takes time....Minneapolis is nice!
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THANKS Dennis&OOMA for the solid action plan.
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Long-live the Blue, in OOOOooooo!
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ooma hardware: core (hub/scout) and Telo
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All I can say to a proactive approach to this issue is WOW! You will never see this from ma bell and the other cronies, including Von(yech!)age.
Comendable job! now if we can get my number port wrapped up I'll be in great shape
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Dennis, I'd also like to congratulate you and the Ooma team for the quick response, decisive action and public transparency concerning the recent outages. Hopefully this is a sign of continued greatness from Ooma...
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Long live ooma!
Great job team!