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When was Ooma, the VOIP startup founded by entrepreneur Andrew Frame and supported by actor Ashton Kutcher, actually founded? Seems like such a simple question. The company says it was founded by Frame in 2005. But former CEO Michael Cerda, in a detailed account, says it actually got started in the fall of 2003. And the Internet Archive shows an Ooma site dating back to 2004. Does it matter? Of course. The age of a startup matters as much in Silicon Valley as the age of a star in Hollywood.