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Vonage The Primus virtual numbers cost $4.00 CDN each. You can have a maximum of two virtual

The Primus virtual numbers cost $4.00 CDN each. You can have a maximum of two virtual numbers with Primus. They also publish your name and number in your local telephone directory. Yes, they do have number portability too. They have been around for well over a year in Canada. I heard of them before I heard tell of Vonage. However, when I signed up with Vonage, Vonage prices were better than Primus. Primus originally was not including unlimited long distance to anywhere in Canada and the US. At the time I signed up last year, Vonage was much more reasonable than Primus. Primus however is trying to push Vonage out. Primus has many great features which would appeal to many people. I am sticking with Vonage, because I have faith that they will compete a little harder. Where is their incentive though? They have over 500,000 customers right now, and are signing up thousands of new people each month? With more business than they can possibly handle, that must have something to do with their incentive to deliver upgrades. In the US, you have AT&T CallVantage, as well as VoicePulse which offers many more features and flexibility than Vonage. Yet even Vonage in the US is not upgrading their systems to match the US competitors. My point is that I do not think that it is a matter of Vonage putting Canada on the back burner. I think they are slow to implement their upgrades, and maybe do not feel that there is any great rush or concern to have the extra features regardless of what country they are in.

One thing I don't like about Primus is their Call Forwarding and Call Transfer features. Even if you have the unlimited US/Canada calling plan, if you forward your Primus number, or transfer a call to a number outside of your local area, you are dinged long distance charges for it. Vonage does not do this! That's great for me because I travel to Nova Scotia to visit my folks back home each year, and when I go there, I forward my number here in Gatineau to my Mom's number in Halifax. There is no charge for this, and I can get all of my calls while I'm visiting for a week or two away from home.

Maybe they are waiting before investing more money on upgrades, to make sure that Vonage is here to stay. They may be feeling insecure about it with all of the press that's been happening and the talk of regulation. Videotron in Quebec made a statement the other day referring to Vonage as a parasite on their high speed cable system, and does not think that they should be allowed to take up bandwidth with their phone service that is costing them virtually nothing to run. Of course keep in mind that Videotron just started selling Voip themselves in the Montreal area. I guess one could make this same statement about anything we do on the internet. Downloading emails and software programs from various companies could be considered parasitic too.

What the heck is the internet for? Surely Videotron does not feel the internet should be used exclusively for Videotron products? That would sure leave us stranded. Not to mention the uselessness of the internet if we could only access Videotron products over it.

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Our main drugstores in Ottawa/Gatineau are Shopper's Drug Mart, Pharma Plus,
[quote=darkev]London Drugs I believe is a western drug store. I do not believe
Hi there DarKev; I have a Linksys WRT54G router and upgraded the firmware
Primus Canada has reduced their broadband phone service to $29.95 for unlimited
I also noticed that Primus offers number portability - for me that is important
My, that cetainly does sound nice. I'm willing to tough it out with vonage for a
looks very nice. I might have to switch, the price is very attractive AND they have
I politely emailed Patti Jordan, Director of Marketing & Communications

DarKev posted "The Primus virtual numbers cost $4.00 CDN each. You can have a maximum of two virtual" on 03/12/2005

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