Ooma, a popular VOIP ("voice over Intetnet protocol) company whose devices allow users to to circumvent traditional telephony using the Internet, has experienced massive outages, reports TechCrunch.
The company's Web site and support forums are also down. However, Twitter feed for support confirms the outages, and is posting updates.
Ooma was founded in 2004 by ex-CEO Andrew Frame.
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