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Ooma Introduces Unlimited Calling to 61 Countries and Free Mobile HD App

Ooma®, Inc., the leader in smart home and business communication systems, today introduced a new international calling plan, Ooma World Plan, with unlimited calling to 61 countries for only $17.99 a month. Ooma also introduced a new free version of its Ooma Mobile HD Application (app) for the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad with additional functionality and outstanding voice quality with Ooma’s PureVoice™ HD Technology.

With the new free Ooma Mobile HD app, Ooma customers can make domestic and international calls from an iPhone, iPod touch or iPad over any Wi-Fi or data network. By tapping into an active Wi-Fi or data connection, Ooma customers can use their Ooma account credentials while on the road to connect calls and bypass the high domestic and international calling rates associated with mobile calling plans from major carriers. New features include the ability to upload iPhone contacts to the Ooma address book, listen to Ooma voicemail, and change preferences directly from the app.

The Ooma Mobile HD app used in combination with the Ooma World Plan can save Ooma customers thousands of dollars on international calls. In addition, Ooma’s PureVoice HD Technology uses advanced voice compression to reduce bandwidth usage by 60%, minimizing data usage, allowing for longer calling times over 3G and 4G.

“The new Ooma World Plan and free Ooma Mobile HD app provides the most convenient and low-cost way to call internationally. All the crystal-clear calls and savings that you love from Ooma home phone service now fits in your pocket and into your mobile lifestyle,” said Jim Gustke, vice president of marketing at Ooma. “For consumers who want competitive rates for domestic and international calls, exceptional functionality and ease of use, Ooma fits the bill, without sticking you with the bill.”

Pricing & Availability

The Ooma World Plan with unlimited calling to 61 countries is available to existing Ooma customers for $17.99 per month. Ooma Premier customers can receive the Ooma World Plan for only $14.99 per month. To purchase, log-in to my.ooma.com, click on Add-ons, and add to cart.

The Ooma Mobile HD app is free. Calls using the Ooma Mobile HD app start at 1.9 cents per minute for U.S. calls or applicable rates for international calls or plans. Ooma Premier customers using the Ooma Mobile app receive 250 minutes of U.S. calling for free every month. Use of the Ooma Mobile HD app requires an Ooma account. A customer must already own an Ooma device in order to use the Ooma Mobile HD app. Download the Ooma Mobile app now by visiting: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/ooma-mobile-hd/id663059136?ls=1&mt=8

About Ooma, Inc.

Founded in 2004, Ooma offers consumer and business products that provide free and low-cost U.S. and Canadian telephone calling and advanced cloud-based telephony services to its global base of customers. Ooma delivers HD call quality and the reliability of traditional phone service at a fraction of the cost, in a sleek and innovative design. Ooma has been ranked the #1 home phone service for overall satisfaction and value for the last three consecutive years by a leading consumer research publication. The Ooma Mobile HD app allows customers to make U.S. and international calls from their iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices. Ooma is available at leading retailers and online destinations. For more information, go to www.ooma.com (U.S.) or www.ooma.com/ca (Canada).

All other company and product names may be trademarks of the respective companies with which they are associated.

The detailed terms and conditions of Ooma's products, services, and support are fully set forth in the Terms and Conditions at www.ooma.com/terms (U.S.) or www.ooma.com/ca/terms (Canada).

Customers pay only applicable taxes and fees. To determine the specific charges in an area, go to www.ooma.com/rates (U.S.) or www.ooma.com/ca/rates (Canada).

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