|reply to nitzan |
Re: Ooma halting development, limiting support for hub ..
said by nitzan: said by jduffy:
It's not practical for a company to provide endless support for a product.
Agreed. Maybe they should have thought about it before they labeled their product as "free for life". If their definition of "life" was 3-4 years they should have stated it to begin with. That's always been my problem with Ooma- it's impossible to provide free service for life, so they should never have advertised it as such.
I smell some lawyers are going to make a lot of $$$.--
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Ooma indeed stepped in it....... with the "lifetime" thing. It's not a sustainable business model. I have an Antivirus vendor that at one time offered that....... 99$ lifetime per computer. They HAVE honored that, but still they wised up after six months. The new model is X for the first computer, Y for each additional, renew yearly.
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|reply to mazilo |
You cannot get money from a company without a lot of money. Lawyers sue Ooma, Lawyers win, Ooma files bankruptcy, Lawyers lose all the money they spent, Ooma resurfaces with zero debt and new business model. The Lawyers (sharks) will only feed where there is a meal. No meal at Ooma.
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