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You can recollect
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Vonage I'll address some of the issues that you brought up regarding my analysis.

I'll address some of the issues that you brought up regarding my analysis.

Cable companies can compete with Vonage based on price.

This is incorrect and you see it today. The cable companies can attract new customers based on customer service and prior relationships, but they can't compete on price. That's why you see the cable pricing for Voip by the cable companies at $30 or $40 per month. This will make it very difficult for the cable companies to attract millions of customers. They will find it difficult to get their own cable customers to switch to Voip.

Broadband costs are going down and this will hurt Vonage.

Again this is incorrect. As the cost of broadband goes down, more people will get access to the high speed internet. This will increase the amount of people that will use Voip. Once a customer has high speed broadband, it is unclear if there is any loyalty to use the Voip from their cable company. Customers will choose the service based on price and customer service. There is very little advantage that a high speed internet provider has in attracting Voip customers. It's like AOL trying to control what its customers do when they are on line. Once customers have access to high speed internet, they will make their decisions regarding Voip based on price and customer service.

Vonage is burning cash

This is correct. I think the distinction between burning cash to survive and burning cash to gain customers must be made however. Vonage's strategy is to gain enough customers to have a critical mass in the Voip space. They can stop burning cash and attracting new customers and start running a profitable company. That would however be the worse strategy for the stock. The stock would be almost worthless in that situation. Vonage needs to continue to grow to have any value. The telecoms are extremely nervous about Vonage (or any other Voip company), because they know that very soon most phone service will be through Voip. That is why they would like to change the rules and charge customers based on usage and data transmissions over their networks. They realize that soon most of their customers will be leaving them and they really don't have any natural advantage in retaining their customers. Contrary to your statement, they have no cost advantage. Their costs in providing Voip services are the same as Vonage. The only problem for them is that they have started much too late. It's like an new internet search provider saying that they're going to compete against Google because there are no barriers to entry in the search sector. Wrong!

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Still Holding On? Lets discuss

Okay now that it looks like the flood of negative short holders have left the forum.
I am holding and looking forward to the end of the silent period.
OK. I wont comment. But I can ask questions!!! When does the quiet period end?
This thread may suffer from people being unwilling to admit they still have
You mean you don't want to hear any more opinions contrary to your own about the
Tomorrow (25 calendar days after the stock was priced)
I sold my 100 position yesterday. I'll wait it out for the stock to offically bottom
DConnor, you have to be broke by now with all the losses you've unrealized. Doesn't
Well, Dconner, I have posted here to let you and everyone know not to buy it or not
Did anybody catch my question on Mad Money on friday's show? There is no question

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