Monday, July 23, 2007

Valleywag and DslReports.com: Ooma four times more expensive than alternative

"Valleywag notes that VoIP revolutionary Ashton Kutcher's Ooma device (touched on yesterday) looks strangely similar to a device already on the market that costs significantly less:
"Ooma's feature list -- 911 calls through regular phone lines, free calls to 'members' -- is so similar to PhoneGnome's that we can't help wondering if Ooma founder Andrew Frame, desperate to launch his long-delayed startup, didn't just crib Ooma's product plan from PhoneGnome. And jack up the price fourfold. Because everything costs more in Hollywood, of course."PhoneGnome costs just $99, and thus far has failed to revolutionize the telecom industry."


3 comments:

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JJ2000426 said...

SWC down another 8.25% today. In the past three days it dropped a total of 20%. SWC is the only palladium and platinum producer in the US. Palladium and platinum are very important precious metals that see price trippled in the past three years. This is a stock with extremely bullish fundamentals and this may well be the CAPITULATION event where you get an excellent entry point. See my analysis of the SWC fundamentals.

Anonymous said...

You posted the wrong logo for this company.
Also, ooma does not limit you to calling members-only. You can call anyone from any ooma device.