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dconnor Posted:
What is the main
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account? And
which one is the
virtual number?

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Trafford Posted:
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diazou Posted:
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“Keep Your Phone, Lose Your Old Phone Company”

Vonage Press ReleasesVonage®, the Broadband Phone CompanySM, Launches Revolutionary Television Advertising Campaign

Edison, NJ, October 13 -- Vonage®, the fastest growing broadband phone company in the United States, announces the launch of a new multi-million dollar television advertising campaign. “The Vonage Movement” depicts a consumer revolution against the traditional, big phone companies, and an ultimate switch to broadband telephone service with Vonage. The campaign, which consists of 30-second, 60-second and 1:20 spots, was developed for Vonage by The Gardner-Nelson Project in New York, and will break on national cable television stations in late September.

Tapping into consumer resentment of hidden charges and fees in their phone bills, the campaign opens with a man who declares, “I didn’t want to be controversial, but I just couldn’t take it anymore.” A voice-over follows: “Like all great movements, it started small … but it was based on a big idea … Later a consumer says, “It was Vonage’s idea to use the power of broadband to improve phone service for everyone.” The campaign continues with a sociologist giving behavioral observations of those involved in the movement: “Vonage is creating change. And change can be very disruptive to the status quo.” Others extol Vonage service benefits, such as: “unlimited calls to all 50 states and Canada for $34.99 a month…Voicemail, free, Call Waiting, free, Caller ID, free.” A 60-something man declares that Vonage is “such a good idea. No wonder the big phone companies want to kill it.” Each spot ends with crowds furthering the revolution by carrying picket signs and chanting, “Vonage,” and with a voice-over telling viewers to “Get Vonage. The Broadband Phone Company.”

Consider the economic savings Vonage provides to the individual household alone and this grassroots consumer movement goes beyond a metaphor for an advertising campaign. In theory, the movement to Vonage seems inevitable. The average U.S. phone bill is $72 per month. Even the new “unlimited” plans from the big phone companies, which start out at about $50 per month,end up at close to $80 per month with taxes, fees, and other hidden charges. Vonage offers unlimited national and local calling, and free features, all for a fixed low rate of $34.99 a month, less than half the national average.

According to Dean Harris, chief marketing officer at Vonage, “Conventional phone service offers only a fraction of the services we can provide through the power of broadband. With the big phone companies, consumers often pay dearly for extra services that Vonage provides for free. Our campaign is a humorous illustration of how we believe consumers will behave once made aware of the economic and tangible benefits of Vonage. We know our consumers are leaving conventional telephone service providers for good and they become evangelists for Vonage.”

Vonage allows the consumer to select his or her own area code, regardless of where he or she may live in the United States, and to retrieve Voicemail and monitor his/her entire account online through the Vonage Dashboard.

Consumers can change features easily and handle all billing directly through the Internet.

Non-technical people have nothing to fear, as Prudential Financial Equity Research (May 21, 2003) concluded Vonage is “not some geeky, PC-based service. Let us be very clear, the service once connected, works just like any other home phone – to the customer – no software to run, no new phones to buy, no bypass numbers to dial, just pick it up and dial (or answer).”

Currently, there are an estimated 19 million households with broadband Internet connections. That figure is already growing exponentially: Forrester Research estimates that the market will expand to approximately 60 million households by the end of 2006 – due to the benefits of higher speed Internet service for home computers.

Broadband telephony thus appears to be yet another “good call” made by Vonage’s founder, Chairman and CEO – Jeffrey Citron. A technology pioneer and visionary, Mr. Citron has already gained renown for shaking up the financial services industry. In 1995, Mr. Citron founded The Island ECN, a computerized trading system designed to eliminate the problems associated with order execution. Instinet Group recently acquired The Island ECN for $503 million, and today the newly merged company is one of the largest global financial exchanges and is responsible for more than one in four NASDAQ trades.

Following on the success of The Island ECN, Mr. Citron founded and became the Chairman and CEO of Datek Online Holdings Corporation as Datek transitioned into the online brokerage industry. Under his visionary leadership, Datek grew to become the fourth largest online brokerage in the United States, and was recently acquired by Ameritrade Holdings for $1.3 billion dollars.

About Vonage®
Vonage is redefining communications by offering consumers and small businesses an affordable alternative to traditional telephone service. The fastest growing telephony company in the US, Vonage's service area encompasses more than 1800 active rate centers in over 100 US markets. Sold directly through, retail partners such as Wholesale partners such as EarthLink, ARMSTRONG®, Advanced Cable Communications and the Coldwater Board of Public Utilities resell the Vonage broadband phone service under their own unique brands. Vonage currently has more than 50,000 lines in service. Over 2.5 million calls per week are made using Digital Voice, the easy-to-use, feature-rich, flat rate phone service. Vonage is headquartered in Edison, New Jersey. For more information about Vonage's products and services, please visit or call 1-VONAGE-HELP. Vonage®, Vonage Digital VoiceSM, Toll Free PlusTM and Virtual Phone NumberTM are trademarks of Vonage Holdings Corp.

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