OBi100 For Just $29.99 Shipped From Amazon

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OBi100 For Just $29.99 Shipped

Use the following code to drop the price to just $29.99: TALK2DAD

-Must say “Sold by Obihai Technology, Inc. and Fulfilled by Amazon”

With the OBi you can have free landline phone service.  Read more in this previous post about how I’ve had free landline service for years.

If you used to be landline-free like me, don’t forget to also pick up a phone like this VTech Dect 6.0 cordless phone with caller ID for $19.95, or the 2 handset version for $29.96.

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David R

Any deal for the OBi110?


Any simple 911 fix? I’ve scrolled through forums and couldn’t find a clear answer


I don’t think this is still available for that price.


This is not working and I just got the deal now?


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does one need physical access to the router to set this up? I have free broadband in my university apartment, but no access to the actual router.


I have the same question as Tyler.

David R

Dan, do you get caller ID on the phone plugged it to your Obi all the time (except blocked calls), none of the time or intermittently?

@tyler: @sam123: If you are plugging it directly in to the router, you will of course need physical access. If you have a wall jack that is connected to the router, you can plug it into the wall jack. If you have no wired connection but you do have a wireless connection, you will need a bridge device that will pick up the wireless signal and make the internet available through a wired port. If, when using the wireless network from a computer, you normally have your web browsing intercepted with a prompt to log in or to agree to terms, don’t expect the Obi to work over this network.

In most cases, you will not need to log in to the router to change any settings. However, if you do have access to the router, you may as well enable QoS to ensure that when the Obi is competing for bandwidth with other computers, the Obi will get priority and your calls will not break up.

Poor man’s tip: I was able to flash the firmware of a cheap D-Link DIR-601 router with the DD-WRT firmware, thereby giving it the functionality of bridge / repeater devices that cost several times as much. I am successfully running an Obi100 off a neighbor’s WiFi using this. This tip is not for the faint of heart.