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- Location: Midwest, USA
I currently have two analog copper lines which I have left in place and will not be going away anytime soon.
I have also have multiple VOIP lines testing Ooma's service with these other VOIP companies.
That said how it taxing structure configured and why do I have to the addition charges to my VOIP lines when my default phone line is copper?
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- Location: Pennsylvania
The tax is not per location. It is per number. A long long time ago, when I had two Verizon (Bell) landlines, each line had the same taxes. The taxing authorities went for the process that gave them the most revenue.
Customer since January 2009
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Although Ooma RRF is per account which could have more than one number.