Ooma VOIP being blocked by AT&T?
Has anyone else had issues with their VOIP phone being blocked or throttled by AT&T?
I've had AT&T since February and Ooma has worked perfectly fine since then. But in the last week or so, I suspect they've started to block my service. I've been on to Ooma many times and they say nothing is wrong their end and running perfectly. I've tried with multiple phones.
I'm starting to get calls that take over a minute to connect and the audio cuts out every 30 seconds or so for around 10 seconds. The other side can hear me, but all I can hear is a high pitched buzzing sound. This tells me it's not a QoS or speed issue as the data requirements are ridiculously low for Ooma.
Who needs net neutrality rules being rolled back when it's already happening hey?