Ooma Telo Handset now available, attempts to lure your booze money

While some of us weren't totally digging the skin of the Ooma Telo VoIP hub, it's only fair to say that the company has somewhat made up with the release of the seductive Telo Handset. This DECT device will run you $49.99 and will work with up to three other handsets on each Telo (although originally they promised up to six in total). Sure, most of the features can be found on ordinary DECT handsets, but the online phonebook which can be downloaded to the Telo Handset sounds awesome. Oh, and there are a few more handy functions like "Instant Second Line" and a "Do Not Disturb" mode which redirects calls to voicemail, but you'll have to give up $9.99 per month or $119.99 per year for this Ooma Premier service. Yeah, totally not worth it.