September 28, 2007, 11:00 AM PST | Length: 207
CNET's Rich DeMuro walks around the show floor at DigitalLife 2007 at New York's Jacob Javits Convention Center, where new tech for the digital lifestyle was on display at every corner.
While watching the New York confab video, part of the show was a demo of the new free voip phone system called Ooma. After the purchase of the hardware (initially $300.00 for primary unit plus $40.00 for a hub station for each phone extension) your phone service is free plus several extras like free second line and answering service. The $300 offer is limited to introductory offer. I now use vonage which costs me about 32.00 a month including all fees, but I'm tempted to buy an Ooma system? Later jumpsuit