This Obihai OBi OBI202 adapter features an Ethernet port and 2 phone ports, so you can easily make phone calls using VoIP services, including most SIP services. The USB port allows you to connect an optional OBiWiFi adapter (not included).
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Compatible with most analog or digital home telephones
For use with your existing phone.
Support for most SIP-compliant services
So you can make voice calls over the Internet. Aggregation and bridging of up to 4 VoIP accounts and 1 OBiTALK service.
Offers an easy connection to your home network (cable required, included). USB port enables use with optional OBiWiFi adapter (not included) for a wireless connection or with a USB storage device (not included).
Ensures high-quality voice conversations. Voice encoding using G.711, G.726, G.729 and iLBC algorithms.
T.38 Fax over IP support
As well as router functionality with voice packet prioritization offers versatility.
Keep you apprised of the power, device, upgrade progress and phone statuses, as well as Ethernet activity. Message-waiting indicator visually and audibly informs you when you have a message.
Name-and-number caller ID
Offers easy identification for incoming calls.
OBiON app (download required)
Allows you to use your Apple® iPhone®, iPad® or iPod® touch or Android device to place and receive calls via the OBi adapter.
OBiTALK Web-based portal
Enables easy device management and allows you to set up a speed-dial directory.
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Looks like there aren't enough negative mentions yet.
Very Powerful Device In A Small Package
Posted by: MrDialup from: Baltimore, MD on
I have been using the Obi202 for 6 months now and I have been highly impressed with the potential of this tiny device. Not only can it connect you to 4 internet telephone service providers, it can also act as a mini-PBX and allow you to connect to it via internet or 4G when you are away from it's location. The current ability for it to connect to Google Voice is nice (not after May 2014 based on Google TOS notice) and there are many other low cost service providers out there that you can use. While the device itself is well designed,, Obihai support could use a little improvement but fortunately there are lots of helpful volunteers on the Obitalk forum that will help talk you through common problems. So if you have some tech abilities I say go for this device, if you want something you just plug in and enter a few pieces of info to get going then perhaps you should look at an Ooma device or Vonage.
19 out of 22 found this review helpful.
OBI202 - Works as Advertised
Posted by: Denny71 from: on
I bought the device after seeing the positive reviews. I'm happy to say that the OBI202 works very well. The setup was very easy and I now can make and receive free phone calls through Google Voice. People that I call are unable to distinguish the connection from a landline telephone.
5 out of 5 found this review helpful.
Great for a fax line.
Posted by: Zeebo101 from: Houston, TX on
Requires Internet. Love the unit. I had at&t land line service and the prices for it seemed ...dumb. I was comparing the the Obihai and the magic jack. With magic jack reviews were either 100% loved or 100% hate. At the end their seemed to be more support help available for the Obihai online and it had more options. I had to transfer my at&t service to t-mobile prepaid and then transfer to google voice. After that I was able to set up the unit with step by step guide that I found online. After changing some settings and adding my google account to the box. I was up and running. The service works fine and I haven't had an issue in 3 months. The extra cost was buying a t-mobile sim card and temporary service for about $20 and porting to google was another $20; so about one month of at&t service. NOTE: Google Voice does not do 911 services. I you want 911 emergency services you have to use another service. This unit has the ability to have two services at the same time. I use this as a dedicated fax line. I have no issues with faxes but I do have a fax that is VoIP compatible. I also like that if I'm going to be in another office or at home for a week I can unplug it, go to the other place, plug it in and my fax line is up and running at the other location in about 2 minuets.
4 out of 4 found this review helpful.
alternate phone from ooma
Posted by: BBOD007 from: on
this little thing is for a household who have internet high speed. two phone is available. I used it one for phone and another for fax machine. Noways all in one printer have fax function and the speed it better what i expect.
3 out of 3 found this review helpful.
Great VoIP adapter
Posted by: OldTechie from: on
I bought the OBi202 to use Google Voice as my home phone service. It is a very easy set up through OBi Talk and it works great. If Google Voice could provide names along with caller ID numbers, it would be near perfect. No phone bill! There is a second phone port so I could add a fax line or second provider. I highly recommend this product.
3 out of 3 found this review helpful.
Very nice to use
Posted by: Userofphone from: on
The price is a little high but it is worth it. It was very easy to install. I didn't spend much time at all. All I needed to do was to follow the instruction and logged onto the obi web site. We bought this one that could support two different phone numbers. We are only using just one. We don't need a second number. You may want to buy the cheaper version if you just need one number.
1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
Setup and forget
Posted by: Manchild from: South Bend, IN on
We use this adapter with Anveo. It works flawlessly. Haven't had any problems. Once setup, you can forget that it is there.
1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
Posted by: ZMan from: Norfolk, VA on
This is a great little product. i bought it to replace my PhonePower provided router, and save tons compared to leasing the router from PhonePower. So far so good. Setup on obitalk was easy and get it provisioned with PhonePower was even easier.
3 out of 6 found this review helpful.
maybe good, but need voice modem for comcast
Posted by: waldo from: on
might be good product, but comcast installer said it wouldn't work.
1 out of 15 found this review helpful.
Great way to save money on phone service.
Posted by: Apollo from: on
The Obihai device is easy to set up, especially if you use google voice. The sound quality is great and no dropped calls.