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Clueless teens, 17, baffled by a rotary phone

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I am no expert and its more a question of your VOIP providers tech, however it still sounds like a VOIP provider so likely could / should work with a converter provided your phone lines still have power to run the ringers. I dont follow your desire to run two phones together off the system, but if you do want to use them in general, I would suggest looking it up as you are not alone.

Out of curiosity I did a quick search in Google and it returned a number of hits on the Ooma Forum from folks accomplishing this...with ringing.

Throw this at Google and see if you find a match for your situation: ooma and rotary phone

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