Only compatible with Ooma Telo System (sold separately.)
The new Ooma Linx wirelessly connects phones, fax machines or other telephony devices around the home to the Ooma Telo using the latest DECT technology. It also gives users the convenience to install their main phone anywhere in the home if the Ooma Telo is installed in a remote area of the home. For Ooma Premier Subscribers, the Ooma Linx provides access to a second phone line without using the Ooma Telo HD2 Handset.
DECT 6.0 technology (Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications)
Easily connect remote phones and fax machines
Ooma Telo supports up to 4 wireless DECT devices with a range of 50 meters
Access an instant second line with Ooma Premier
Supports advanced features
Visual message-waiting indicator
Premier Features: (subscription required)
Access second line
Average Customer Rating:
(4 Reviews) 4
(out of 4reviews)
Rating Snapshot(4 reviews)
3 of 4(75%)customers would recommend this product to a friend.
Customer Reviews for Ooma Linx
Review 1 for Ooma Linx
Date:March 18, 2015
Pros: clear sound, easy set-up, customize ring tone
Cons: expensive device
"I have purchased about a month ago two Telo Linx and they have worked great so far. I'm impressed with the features and portability. I have one connected to the fax machine and one connected as a second line on the main phone number. Sound quality is excellent, clear and crisp."
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Review 2 for Ooma Linx
Date:April 29, 2014
Enables second line (if you have premiere service)
Pros: enables second line, good quality sound, good customer support
"This allows you to enable the second line if you subscribe to Premiere service. After trying Ooma for a month, I decided to port over my number from Bell. I have no regrets. Ooma service is great and the calls are clear. You do of course need good internet service with fast download and upload speeds."
Cons: frequent problem with no dial tone & connection
"After cursing the wi-fi adaptor included in the Ooma telo air package, I thought this might be the answer. But alas, another piece of junk. Frequent problems with no dial-tone that is only solved with unplugging and plugging back in the Ooma Linx. Will be returning. So far the only reliable method is connecting telephone directly to the Ooma base itself."
"I connected my Ooma linx in the basement for my alarm system. I was pretty spectacle about it because of all the problems people had commented on when using this (having to plug it in and out until the light showed, connecting but not working with an alarm system). To my relief it worked without a hitch!
I called my alarm company before I bought the ooma telo to make sure the system was compatible.
When I called to have the system checked, the rep asked me where our ooma was located. She said it needed to be in the basement beside the alarm. She hadn't heard of the linx before. At this point I was REALLY hoping that it would work. How silly would I feel after calling and saying it would work? hah
I did a reset and everything worked the way it should. Happy endings all around!
In terms of setting up, it was extremely easy. When I plugged it into the wall it didn't blink at first and I thought I got a dud. A few seconds later it started to flash. I turned the signal on the telo, and they connected right away.
The linx then updated. It took about 5 minutes to do so, then it went a solid blue color. I unplugged it and placed it in the basement. The rest is...well you know :P
I would definitely recommend this for your telo, there's lots of value in it. The alarm company wanted $200 for a wireless receiver and then required us to pay an additional $10 a month in monitoring for it. No thanks!"