Introduced two weeks ago through Amazon.com, the device has moved into the #1 selling slot for VoIP adapters at the online retailer, passing strong selling devices by Cisco (PAP2), Grandstream (HandyTone HT286) and the magicJack Phone Device.
Obihai has also decided to permanently offer the device at $43.99 (Voxilla referral link), down from an original list price of $59.99. Until yesterday, the $43.99 price was introductory, and available through the use of an online coupon. Obihai has also eliminated a 4-unit maximum purchase limit at the $43.99 price point.
The easy-to-use card-deck-sized OBi100 seamlessly supports Google Voice calling and can be user-configured for any SIP-based VoIP provider that shares account credentials with its customers (such as CallCentric, VoicePulse and many others.
This morning, Obihai also permanently dropped the price of the OBi110 to $49.99, with no coupon required. The bigger and more powerful OBi110, which unlike the OBi100 includes PSTN port connectivity, sold for $69.99, but had been available at $49.99 directly with a user-entered purchase code.
NOTE: The above story was changed from its original to reflect the price drop on the OBi110.