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Ooma 100-0300-100 Telo Bluetooth Adaptor

by Ooma
5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
Price: CDN$ 29.99 & FREE Shipping. Details
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Technical Details

  • Easy Setup - Simply plug in the Bluetooth adapter into the USB port on your Ooma Telo, link your mobile phone or headset, and you're good to go
  • Go Hands-free - You can use your Bluetooth earpiece to talk on your home phone - with up to 30 feet of transmission range
  • Multiply your Ring - Add the convenience of answering your mobile phone calls on any phone in your home. Plus you won't have to worry about poor reception or dropped calls
  • Pair up to 7 Devices - Pair up to 7 mobile phones or Bluetooth headsets

Frequently Bought Together

Ooma 100-0300-100 Telo Bluetooth Adaptor + Ooma Telo - Free Home Phone Service (VoIP) - Canadian Version + Ooma Handset II Canada
Price For All Three: CDN$ 242.98

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System Requirements

  • Media: Office Product
  • Item Quantity: 1

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Product Description

Amazon.ca Product Description

Introducing the Ooma Bluetooth Adapter. Pick up an adapter and put down your phone. This handy little device allows you to merge your mobile phone and home phone together. Or, go hands free with a Bluetooth headset.

Product Description

Introducing the Ooma Bluetooth Adapter. Pick up an adapter and put down your phone. This handy little device allows you to merge your mobile phone and home phone together. Or, go hands free with a Bluetooth headset.


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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Leave your cell at the door! May 25 2013
By vanwicz
Verified Purchase
I love the Ooma Telo, now we can leave our cell at the door and answer any phone in the house to receive our cell calls. No more bad reception or dropped calls or worse, the cell no even ringing in the middle of the house due to poor reception and going straight to voicemail! The other big advantage is that we can pick up any of our cell calls, not just mine but my wife's as well.
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0 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great accessory April 2 2013
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Take a look at my complete review of Ooma and accessories as well as a calculation of the financial benefits here: [...]
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Amazon.com: 2.9 out of 5 stars  37 reviews
42 of 47 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Great idea, bad in reality June 29 2011
By D. Stanton - Published on Amazon.com
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The bluetooth adapter installs easily and works well. The problem is the time latency in the actual communication. Unlike land lines, cell phones generally add about 1 to 3 tenths of a second of latency (delay between when you say and they hear, and vice versa). If you are both on cell phones then double this. Well if you use the Ooma Bluetooth you can add another half a second or so to that. It was literally bad enough that I decided to just unplug the device and call it money lost for the lesson. Don't take this as an indictment of the Ooma, I'm happy with my Ooma box, but the Bluetooth is just not gonna work out...
28 of 30 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Works as advertised Dec 7 2011
By Mr.Bill - Published on Amazon.com
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The adapter installed easily and works perfect. Pairing my Verizon Droid 2 Global was flawless.

Unlike others, I have had no problem with latency or quality on incoming calls from my cell phone thus far.

The latency problem others face could be an interference issue. Bluetooth operates in the 2.4 GHz band. The same band that many cordless phones, baby monitors, wireless cameras, WiFi B & G routers (which are often next to the Ooma), Microwave ovens and many other devices operate in. It is a very crowded frequency.

I have Panasonic and a one Ooma phone that are all "DECT 6" phones. DECT 6 operates in the 1920 MHz-1930 MHz band in the US and Canada. My WiFi in 'N' only at 5 GHz. I rarely microwave and it's a new unit anyway.

Moving WiFi and other devices that work on the 2.4 GHz band far from the Ooma and your cell phone right next to it may help. Technically you can move the Ooma up to 328 feet away from your router with Cat 5 under perfect conditions. 100' should be a very safe length and more than most homes need.
24 of 26 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars A waste of time and money Dec 2 2011
By JoAnn - Published on Amazon.com
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I love Ooma but this bluetooth extender is a turkey.
Easy to install but you'll quickly find out two things if you actually try to USE it.

1. There is a significant delay in voices reaching to and from the headset, so you'll step on the conversation if you assume you're talking in real time.

2. It doesn't work with conference calls. I work from home and spent 90% of my phone calls on conference numbers. The way you attach to the bluetooth headset does not allow for dialing conference codes with PIN numbers. This is a HUGE oversight.

So, while it sounds great on paper. It's not very useful. I would think that a regular handset with a bluetooth adapter is a much better investment.
11 of 12 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Good idea BUT.... Dec 13 2011
By ddpg - Published on Amazon.com
Verified Purchase
This adapter allows your Ooma Telo to pair with a bluetooth handsfree headset. The product works as advertised, but I've encountered a couple of issues. Once your call is connected to your headset you cannot use the keypad on your Ooma phones to send DTMF tones. This may not be a drawback for some, for me it is a problem since I often need to enter codes when dialing into conference calls.

There is a solution to this issue offered on the Ooma forums:

"For this situation, you'll probably want to connect to your conference first before connecting to your bluetooth headset. To do this from a regular phone, try:

1. Dial the conference call number and join the conference.
2. Press "Flash" to switch to line 2
3. Dial "*05" to call your bluetooth headset. When the call is connected, your headset will be bridged into the call.

From a Telo handset try:
1. Dial the conference call number and join the conference.
2. Press the intercom button and select your bluetooth headset from the list."

I personally find this to be a pain. I usually just use my cellphone when I need to connect to a conference call or call a phone number where I know I will have to enter numbers in.

The second issue I've noticed is the latency. It seems like there is a half to 1 full second of delay from when I say something to when the person on the other end hears it. Very annoying and often causes me to "step over" the other party alot.

Overall the bluetooth adapter looks like a great idea on paper, the actual product leaves alot to be desired.
7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Easy Intallation of Bluetooth adapter and phone pairings Into Ooma System June 28 2011
By BigKahuna - Published on Amazon.com
Verified Purchase
The bluetooth adapter installed easily into the Ooma System. I was able to pair both my blackberry curve cell phone and Plantronics Voyager headset with Ooma System. Subsequent pairings worked seamlessly. Very pleased with the operation and performance of the adapter.
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