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VoIP Company Ooma Emerges From Stealth

Friday, July 20, 2007 5:00:00 AM PDT | VentureDeal Staff

PALO ALTO, CA -- VoIP company Ooma Inc. emerged from stealth mode and launched its free-for-life VoIP service today.

Not everything about the company is free: in order to use the service users must purchase a hardware box for $399, but are able to make non-international phone calls free forever.  International calls will be charged at a similar rate as Skype, a competitor owned by eBay.

The company said it will distribute the first 2,000 boxes free, and allow those users to invite three others to get free service.

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