Business users love having a powerful high-end IP phone that delivers optimum efficiency and productivity. Great for growing businesses, and busy professionals, it includes 32 programmable buttons, dual Gigabit ports, color LCD display, and dual-band WiFi. Ideal for high-volume personnel that need advanced telephony features to maximize productivity. This phone only works with the award-winning Ooma Office phone service. Plans start at $19.95/user/month and include 50+ features. Upgrade to get features like Videoconferencing, Call Recording, CRM Integration and more.
From the manufacturer
Ooma Office Business Phone System
Phone, video, and messaging solutions customizable for any size business.
Ooma Office phone service combined with the Ooma 2624W IP Phone can help you run your business better.
This phone is ideal for high-volume personnel that need advanced telephony features to maximize productivity. Includes 32 programmable buttons, dual Gigabit ports, color LCD display, dual-band WiFi. and full HD audio on both the speaker and handset to allow users to communicate with the utmost clarity. Also includes EHS support for headsets, and noise shield technology to minimize background noise.
Features curated for small business.
Virtual Receptionist, Ring Groups, Call Routing and a Mobile App help you communicate with your customers. These are just a few of the 50-plus business features included in the Ooma Office Essentials service plan.
Ooma Office is more than just a phone. It’s a technology that uses your high-speed internet connection to deliver high-quality, yet very affordable, business phone service.
Already have a business phone number? No problem.
After you receive your phone, you’ll go through an easy setup wizard where you can keep your existing number or get a new one at no charge.
- Phone works only with Ooma Office service
- Free phone number-keep a current number or get a new one
- 50+ business features
- Affordable monthly service plans, subscription required.
- High-speed internet and credit card required
Want more robust features?
Check out the Ooma Office Pro plan.
With our most popular plan, Ooma Office Pro, you get everything in Essentials plus more advanced communication features. Huddle up over a videoconference, use the softphone from your laptop, record calls, and more.
Take your productivity to the next level with Ooma Office Pro Plus.
Even more powerful is Ooma Office Pro Plus, which combines all the features of Essentials and Pro with hybrid working tools. Tools to set up a simple call center, integrate with Salesforce, and accommodate remote employees when they’re in the office or on the go.
Ooma Office Advanced Features
- Desktop App
- Call Recording and Voicemail Transcription
- Enhanced Call Blocking
- Call Queuing
- Salesforce Integration
- Hot Desking
- Additional fee required
What happens after you buy?
1. Create your Ooma Office account.
If you already have an account, please log in to Ooma Office Manager to add the new phones or contact your administrator.
Begin by using a desktop browser and navigate to: ooma.com/retailphones
Creating an account is a simple process and will take around 10 minutes. Follow the step-by-step instructions on the screen.
You will be asked to select new phone numbers. If you have existing phone numbers that you want to transfer to Ooma, you will have the option to do so after your account is set up.
2. Activate your phone.
You will need the model and MAC address of the IP phone. This information is printed on the sticker on the outside of the box.
Once you have finished the phone registration process, you will receive an email confirmation.
3. Assemble and connect your phone.
You will attach the stand, plug in the handset, and connect the phone to power and your Internet connection.
Once your phone is connected to the Internet, it will automatically download a software upgrade and then be configured for your account. When you see your name and extension number shown on the phone display, you are ready to make and receive calls.
Much better than previous Ooma phones – Horrible RingtonesI’m glad to see Ooma move away from Yealink in favor of GrandStream based phones, for several reasons too long to list here. The default Ooma wifi phone, which has been out for years, has never been great. Trying to place a call on hold or switching between lines worked 50% of the time at best. This phone is a massive upgrade. The software is fast, the buttons have excellent tactile feedback, the headset seems to have just a little sidetone which makes talking easier, the menu system is good, the LEDs are clear and the interface in my opinion requires very little reading of the manual. Ooma’s online interface (which allows everything from system setup to device setup) seems to be getting better by the year. Function over form and it works well. Many of the new Premium features they offer seem to have been well thought out, no fluff.My biggest complaint is the Ringtones in this phone. They are absolutely horrible, at least in a business environment. It’s like they spent all this time on the software and someone asked Jen in reception to pick out a few ringtones. Instead of ringtones, they choose “Alarm Tones,” you know, the kind you expect to hear when you wake up in the morning. Just…why? Some good solid rings like what one might find on Cisco devices are all you need. Save the music based tones for Ooma Home. Yikes. I still can’t get over this lolIf I see a software update that remedies the problem, I’ll upgrade to 5 start. Other than that, great phone!PS: Tip if you’ve moving from the previous wireless setup. You must hook up this phone via ethernet first. Nothing in the instructions explain this. Trust me, you’re not going to find the wireless settings. Once the phone has registered itself with Ooma and their custom settings are downloaded, then you can go in and switch to Wireless.Last tip: At some point you may wish to program your “Programmable buttons.” This is done through Oomas website and the process is simple. However, you’ll note the “Network” tab box which allows you to save your WiFi configuration online. I’m not comfortable using this feature. So here’s the problem: when you “save” your new programmable button options those changes are then sent to the phone. The phone will reboot but, Ooma’s website will send blank WiFi details. This causes the phone to disconnect from your network upon finishing the reboot and you have to setup WiFi again. Thankfully the process to connect to wifi isn’t difficult, but it’s still a pain. This ONLY happens when first setting up programmable buttons. This isn’t an issue for normal, firmware or manual reboots. Just when using the online interface. I’m sure Ooma will address it at some point.Good luck! It’s been neat to watch Ooma grow. At least for us, they’ve been great.