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signmeuptoo
Bless you Howie
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join:2001-11-22
NanoParticle
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OOPA down?

Every since early Wednesday night, all I get is a busy signal trying to call my recipient (my number in the Phils). I have tried to call their support line, and I get a busy signal. And the website for my account won't load. Anyone know if they are experiencing an outage?
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engineercarl
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join:2003-02-24
20026-4474

Excuse the obvious question, but what is an OOPA and how do you talk on it?


Mango
What router are you using?
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join:2008-12-25
www.toao.net
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1 edit

Redacted because I misread the original post.


Dan_voip

join:2007-01-03
Saint-Hubert, QC
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reply to engineercarl

said by engineercarl:

Excuse the obvious question, but what is an OOPA and how do you talk on it?

I'm guessing is »www.oopacommunication.com/ :
"We offer affordable calls to or from the Philippines..."


New York Ned

@optonline.net
reply to engineercarl

said by engineercarl:

Excuse the obvious question, but what is an OOPA and how do you talk on it?

OOPA is a way to call the Philippines.

cf:
»OOPA communications/Tipid Wireless to the Philippines

Of course, if your OOPA is connected to your LAN in such a way that recursive feedback occurs, it can be an Oopa Loopa.

OOPA is not to be confused with [Ooma].


signmeuptoo
Bless you Howie
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NanoParticle
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reply to signmeuptoo

I finally got through to their phone. My access number needs changing, hopefully will be fixed soon.