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Vonage There was one post from Hugh, who uses Vonage with Cox in this area, so he gave some





There was one post from Hugh, who uses Vonage with Cox in this area, so he gave some feedback on the whole proposition. It seemed to be a strong endorsement:



I'm writing to add some of my own thoughts over the last week or so:

I just got my first bill from Qwest, since I switched to Vonage. It actually went up to $72 or so, and not down, but oh well. I expected they'd charge for various changes. Since I started using Vonage around mid-month, and got rid of Qwest for Long Distance around that time, I received various debits and credits. The net effect is that the debits slightly outweighed the credits, but that next month my bill will reflect no use of Qwest for any special services or long distance. [side-note: my favorite part was where they charged me $5 to change inter-state long distance carriers, and ANOTHER $5 to change in-state long-distance carriers.]

Unfortunately, the big news is that my Qwest bill will STILL be around $33 per month, because it will be around $22.x per month with local and a couple of necessary features for incoming calls, and it will STILL be around $10.x per month for taxes, fees, surcharges.

In other words, around 40% or more of this bill will still be these outrageous taxes, fees and surcharges that are a prime motivating factor for many of us when we look into Voip. This is a luxury (keeping my POTS line) that I'm not sure I can afford.

I can't port over my old POTS line number with Vonage, but I can do it with Packet8, so I may have to get with them, and quick, if I wish to get off this extra-$456 per year merry-go-round. I include $5 per month savings if I go with Packet8 and LNP, for a total of $38 per month, or so, that I would save, if I got that all in place, and if it worked.

I'll sleep on it. These are complicated decisions. The question has come up here in this forum as to why Vonage cannot provide service in some areas and I believe the forum adminsitrator or some other knowledgeable person mentioned that the local "CLECs" (no definition was given.... I guess this is Local Exchange Carrier or something) may resist giving numbers over to Vonage.... apparently packet8 was able to overcome this though. Anyway, it was suggested that we could contact our PUC and help out by urging them to get the CLECs to stop the nonsense. Maybe I'll try to research that more.

Still, I've got to get on this issue. Nearly-$500 per year is a little too much for me to be throwing away. The issues are different for you, with Cox and LNP available in Tucson. They're a little different here. Heck, I can't even get DSL with Qwest.

jl



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I'm considering switching from Qwest to Vonage. I'd like to hear from anyone using
Hi GZ: It is kind of late at night and you asked some very detailed questions.
1. highly likely. one test is tftp tftp.vonage.net get test from a command prompt. 2.
Thanks for the info. I'd still like to hear from someone in my area code that is actually
I doubt qwest is the problem, seeing as how they're mandated to support lnp and
I am using Vonage in the 520 area code, near Nogales. My cable provider is Mediacom.
Thanks to jsloa. Good info. I will give credit to COX, their service has been
there are a ton of posts about retail vs vonage sending it. search for them if you're
Just be careful. I'd say "one month at least" but each of us has a different phone
PS: I didn't do an exact count, but it sure seemed to take awhile for the unit

jlsoaz posted "There was one post from Hugh, who uses Vonage with Cox in this area, so he gave some" on 02/18/2005

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