said by BiggA:
I'm just saying that Ooma is the competition, and that's what the telcos have to deal with.
Ooma is a relatively small and relatively stagnant player.
Tens of millions of people have gone with cable company phone services like Comcast Digital Voice, Optimum Voice, etc. A few million more have gone with Vonage. Many businesses use Skype especially for international calling.
Then there are many independent VoIP providers, especially in the business market....Paetec, Vocalocity, 8x8, Junction Networks, CallCentric, many others.
Yes, it's a tough market. And many young people go cellular only for their personal use.
But VoIP is a big factor, and VoIP continues to grow as POTS declines.