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Ooma may want to chat with some of the radio stations conducting live reads for its recent on-air commercials. At least one show host in the D.C. described the service as “good as a land line” — an undersell of a product (telo) that provides G.722 wideband with about five times the fidelity of a good PSTN call.
This writer suspects the “next step” for ooma will be to test seeding telo phone sets to radio stations for promotional purposes. Anyone figured out how to put a G.722 phone call directly on the radio?