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 FCC Backs Off On Internet Phone Deadline

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September 27, 2005

By Bruce Meyerson

The U.S. Federal Communications Commission backed off again Tuesday on enforcing a deadline for Internet phone service providers to disconnect all customers who haven't acknowledged that they understand it may be hard to reach a live emergency dispatcher when dialling 911.

The agency explained that the status reports required from every Internet phone company last week showed that by "repeatedly prompting subscribers through a variety of means, the majority of providers .... have obtained acknowledgments from nearly all, if not all, of their subscribers."

The decision came a day before a deadline that would have required Internet phone companies to cut off at least 10,000 of the estimated 2.7 million users of the service in the United States.

The FCC said providers who have received confirmations from at least 90 per cent of their subscribers will no longer face the disconnection requirement, but still must continue seeking the remaining acknowledgments.

All carriers below the 90 per cent threshold will have until Oct. 31 to reach that level and avoid the disconnection requirement.

Vonage Holdings Corp., the biggest carrier with more than 1-million subscribers, told The Associated Press on Monday that 99 per cent of its customer base have responded to the company's notices about 911 risks. But that still meant that about 10,000 accounts stood to be shut off as early as Wednesday.


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 FCC Extends Deadline For 911 on Web Phones

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September 27, 2005

By Brian Blackstone

The Federal Communications Commission extended a deadline, previously set for Wednesday, for Internet phone companies to receive acknowledgements from customers of the limitations of 911 capabilities or disconnect their service.

Internet phone providers that have achieved a 90% response rate from customers saying they understand the limitations of their service's 911 capabilities will be exempt from any enforcement of the FCC's May order, which required Internet phone companies to provide 911 access. Under that rule, Web phone companies would have had to disconnect service for those customers who didn't acknowledge receipt of letters.

Vonage Holdings Corp., the nation's largest Internet phone provider with over 800,000 subscribers, said in an FCC filing last week that it had achieved a 98% response rate but that it wouldn't reach 100% compliance by Sept. 28.


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 FCC Extends Deadline For VoIP Service Providers

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September 29, 2005

By Staff

Vonage praised the FCC for extending the deadline for interconnected VoIP service providers to get customers' affirmative acknowledgments about 911 service limitations. The FCC Enforcement Bureau said Tues. it won't act against VoIP providers who got such acknowledgments from at least 90% of their subscribers. Providers missing the 90% cutoff won't face enforcement until Oct. 31, the Bureau said.


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 'RealMoney' Radio Recap: Food for Thought

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September 27, 2005

By Staff

The food stocks are going up, and that doesn't bode well for the economy or the stock market, said Jim Cramer on his "RealMoney" radio show Tuesday.

The last time the food stocks went up in tandem, said Cramer, was the spring of 2000, when the Federal Reserve took interest rates too high and the economy started to fall apart. Cramer told listeners to pay heed to the big sea change as people are selling companies that need a strong economy to do well, like the chemicals, paper, steel, heavy machinery and homebuilding stocks. Meanwhile, they're buying food stocks, which have consistent growth regardless of economic conditions.

The best way to play the food stocks is Altria (MO:NYSE), said Cramer. He believes Altria can go to $100.


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 Vonage VoIP Forum Digest - September 29, 2005

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September 29, 2005

By Daniel Connor

Welcome to today's edition of the Vonage VoIP Forum Digest. 

Today we will read about a new charitable effort involving Vonage and a Canadian telecom reseller that specializes in working with charities and non-profits. In case you missed it, I am rerunning yesterday's news in which the U.S. Federal Communications Commission said it was extending its deadline for Vonage and other VoIP service subscribers to acknowledge they understand the current limitations of E-911 access over VoIP.   We'll look at Vonage VoIP Forum threads from Forum Members with questions about firmware, and about choppy service. Finally, we'll take a look at our Customer Reviews section, and what one reader in Harrisburg, Pa. had to say about his Vonage service (and about lawyers).


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 Agenda Setters 2005: No. 36 Jeffrey Citron, Chairman and CEO, Vonage

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September 23, 2005

By Staff

No. 36 Jeffrey Citron, chairman and CEO, Vonage

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Long talked up as a threat to incumbent telcos, voice over IP is proving itself thanks to solid businesses such as Vonage. Under Jeffrey Citron's leadership, Vonage aims to bring low-cost VoIP service to the masses - eschewing the need for a PC, unlike the 'soft phones' from the likes of Google, Skype and Yahoo!.

Vonage offers VoIP phone service to residences and small businesses in Canada, the US and, most recently, the UK, and is singled out by the Agenda Setters panel for being an innovative operation with legs, not just a passing fashion.


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 Vonage VoIP Forum Digest - September 28, 2005

Vonage VoIP Forum Digest

September 28, 2005

By Daniel Connor

Welcome to today's edition of the Vonage VoIP Forum Digest. 

Lots of news today, so let's get busy. Today we will read about the FCC extending its deadline for Vonage and other VoIP service subscribers to acknowledge they understand the current limitations of E-911 access over VoIP. We'll read an article about why the head of the U.S. Federal Communications Commission thinks VoIP services are an important part of the nation's security. Once again, we'll look at all this talk about Vonage making themselves a public company and selling stock.  We'll look at Vonage VoIP Forum threads from a Forum Member who had been trying to solve a bug in Vonage's Click2 Call feature, as well as from a Forum Member and student with a question about Vonage's CallerID.


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 Vonage(R) Commends FCC for 911 Acknowledgement Requirement Extention

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Vonage(R) Commends FCC for Extending Enforcement Deadline on Affirmative Acknowledgement Requirement for 911 Order

EDISON, N.J., Sept. 28 /PRNewswire/ -- Vonage America, a subsidiary of Vonage Holdings Corp., announced today that in an effort to comply with the FCC's 911 Order, it has gained affirmative acknowledgement from nearly 99% of its customers to date. Vonage has been working diligently since July to gain affirmative acknowledgement of the differences between VoIP 911 services and traditional Enhanced 911. The company will continue to pursue acknowledgement from the remaining 10,000 customers and Vonage will inform the commission when it has gained affirmative acknowledgement from 100% of its customers.

"We commend the FCC's decisive action to extend the enforcement deadline and on behalf of our nearly one million customers, thank them for their consideration of this critical public safety issue," said Jeffrey A. Citron, chairman and CEO, Vonage Holdings Corp. "The Commission has put much thought and deliberation into establishing a baseline threshold of 90% affirmative acknowledgement and should be praised for their leadership."


 Posted by vonage on Wednesday, September 28 @ 08:50:31 UTC
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 Vonage Selects IPO Bankers

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September 27, 2005

Mark Sullivan, Reporter

VOIP poster-child Vonage has chosen the investment banks to take it public, sources familiar with the situation say, but some of the bankers involved believe an acquisition might be a better long-term strategy for the N.J. company.

After a six-month bake-off, Vonage has chosen Citibank, UBS AG, and Deutsche Bank AG to lead the IPO, which will happen in five to six months, the sources say.

Sources say the banks will make the usual preparations for issuing stock, while privately holding conversations with potential acquirers. Vonage spokeswoman Brooke Schulz says her company can't comment on the matter.


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 Internet Calling Starts To Ring True Locally

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September 27, 2005

By Wendy Brown

Steve Bumpous of Santa Fe signed up for Internet phone service nearly a year ago, and so far he says it has worked great for him.

Bumpous likes the fact that he can take his access box with him anywhere he can get high-speed Internet service and still use the same phone number. “It’s kind of like the mark of the beast,” he said. “You take it with you everywhere .”

He also likes the cost — currently $21.95 a month for unlimited local and long-distance calls through Computer Network Service Professionals of Santa Fe.


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