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A call or email to XLink's customer service department can help you trouble-shoot some of these problems if they arise, but some customer reviews on noted that either the user was unwilling to deal with the hassle of getting assistance, had trouble reaching a company support person or was unable to solve the problem even after getting assistance.
Decide whether you want to use antique phones with your mobile phone service, your home internet service, a cable-based phone service, a traditional land-line service or some combination of these and follow the links below.
The best part is that devices from Polycom are compatible with Google Voice, which is (currently) free for domestic calls made within the United States, and comparatively cheap for international calls.
There are a few catches with this avenue: (a.) the Obi200 (and their other models) does not currently support rotary dialing, so you need to buy an additional device to be able to dial out; (b.) the device does not automatically support emergency 911 calls (although there are ways to add this feature, for a small annual fee); (c.) you may need to adjust some of the settings on the Obi200 so it will work with your rotary phones.
(I have also listed some of the other competing devices at the bottom of this page.) I learned that the makers of the XLink BT regularly provide firmware updates that address phone compatibility issues as they arise. The company also sells a model called the XLink BTTN - the only difference between the BT and the BTTN is that the latter has an additional "line-in" jack so you can incorporate your home phone service, internet-based or cable telephone service as well.
If you think you ever might want to expand your phone service options in the future, I would recommend buying the XLink BTTN model.