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 Andretti Continues To Win In The Number 26 Vonage Car

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Andretti Continues To Rule Road, Wins Pole In Liberty Challenge

June 17, 2005

By Tim Harms

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Marco Andretti is halfway to his version of a sweep.

Andretti, 18, who won the pole position and the race in his Indy Racing League Menards Infiniti Pro Series™ debut in early April at St. Petersburg, Fla., captured the SWE Race Car Parts Pole on June 17 for the Liberty Challenge at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

Andretti lapped the 2.605-mile circuit in 1 minute, 26.2360 seconds, 108.539 mph late in the 45-minute second session to claim his second career pole, and the first by an Andretti at Indianapolis since Andretti’s grandfather Mario, who won the 1978 Formula One World Championship, sat on the pole for the 1987 Indianapolis 500.

“We made a bad change early, came in and changed and went back out,” said Andretti, who drives the No. 26 Vonage Dallara/Infiniti/Firestone. “As soon as I saw the lap time, I knew it had to be good for at least front row.”

 Posted by vonage on Monday, June 20 @ 20:54:46 UTC
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 Vonage Adds Avaya VoIP Platform For Better Customer Service

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Vonage Adds Platforms, Software for Better Customer Support

June 20, 2005

By Russell Shaw

TMCnet columnist David Sims offers a detailed analysis of Vonage's Vonage America sales and service arm hooking up with Avaya to deploy its SIP-based telephony and contact center solutions.

The deal will enable Vonage contact centers to run Avaya's Customer Interaction Suite. The suite is powered by Avaya Communication Manager IP Telephony software.

Vonage's goal, Sims writes, is "to improve its customer service, expand its customer service capabilities and increase the number of callers the company handles daily."

 Posted by vonage on Monday, June 20 @ 19:58:13 UTC
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 Vonage(R) Customer Service Doubles Call Capacy with Avaya VoIP Solution

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Vonage(R) Customer Service Doubles Call Capacity and Handling with Avaya IP Telephony Contact Center Solutions

New Avaya SIP-based Solution Selected as Worldwide Customer Care Platform for North America's Leading Consumer Broadband Telephony Service Provider

BASKING RIDGE, N.J., June 20 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Today, Vonage, the leading broadband telephony provider in North America, announced its sales and service subsidiary, Vonage America, has chosen Avaya's SIP-based telephony and contact center solutions to quickly expand its call center capacity and productivity. To meet its goal to provide best in class customer service, Vonage turned to Avaya Inc., a leading global provider of business communications applications, services and systems, to expand its customer service capabilities and greatly increase the number of callers the company handles daily.

As the market for broadband telephony becomes increasingly competitive, an emphasis on customer satisfaction will help give Vonage the edge to continue its growth.

"Our vision is to provide world-class customer service," said Dan Bemis, senior vice president of Customer Operations of Vonage America Inc. "To do that, we needed to make a number of changes -- starting with an intelligent communications solution that would help us maximize the customer experience."


 Posted by vonage on Monday, June 20 @ 08:34:11 UTC
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 Vonage VoIP Forum Digest - June 20, 2005

Vonage VoIP Forum Digest

June 20, 2005

By Daniel Connor

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

Today, we'll give you a sneak peek-at-a-sneak-peek about how those Vonage ads that you see everywhere are going to change in the near future. We'll also look at how Vonage is fast upgrading their communications infrastructure in Scotland to provide almost 100 percent coverage in that nation by the end of this year. As most of you know, Scotland is a key part of the United Kingdom, a nation for which we are proud to offer our Vonage UK Forum. Today, we'll spotlight how one UK-based Vonage customer addressed their dial-in issues. We'll also see which features Vonage UK Forum members wish that Vonage would offer - but is not as of yet.

In The Headlines

Vonage On the Lookout for Models

No, not the kind you see in fashion magazines, those whom-shall we say-place a premium on their attractiveness by avoiding too many fattening foods.

We're talking about those models and commercial actors who, Vonage says in a proposal to the ad agency community revealed on the advertising agency news site Adweek.com this week, could serve as role models for potential Vonage customers. According to the proposals, these customers would be targeted by commercials spotlighting Vonage service as (a) "lifestyle tool(s)."


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 Vonage Aims to Plug Scots In to Phone Revolution

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Vonage Aims to Plug Scots In to Phone Revolution

June 18, 2005

By Alastair Reed

THE voice-over-internet-protocol (VoIP) revolution in Scotland looks to be picking up pace after Vonage, the US-based industry leader, announced that it expects to have almost 100 per cent coverage of the country by the end of the year.

VoIP, which allows individuals to make calls via broadband at a fraction of the cost of fixed lines, has been slow to make an impact in the UK despite a growing customer base in North America.

 Posted by vonage on Saturday, June 18 @ 20:19:50 UTC
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 Vonage Seeks New Ad Agency for $2 Million Gig

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Vonage Seeks Agency for $2 Mil. Project

June 17, 2005

By Lisa van der Pool

Vonage has sent out a request for proposals seeking an agency to handle a $2 million marketing communica-
tions campaign that will run in conjunction with national image work from Havas' Arnold, which won the company's estimated $75 million ad account last October.

According to the RFP, Vonage is searching for "an organization that can create a concept for and lead the implementation of an integrated marketing campaign that reaches various influencers (both male and female) whom our user base and potential Vonage customers aspire to emulate or view as an authority on lifestyle tools."

The RFP continues: "As part of this effort, we want to identify the main influencers relevant for our consumer base and target the in a high impact, creative manner through an integrated cross-platform marketing campaign."

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 Vonage CEO Citron On Skype: Not Impacting Vonage

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Vonage CEO's Thoughts on Skype

June 17, 2005

By Russell Shaw

By subscriber count, Skype and Vonage are the two largest VoIP providers. Some folks automatically lump one with the other.

That's not the way Vonage CEO Jeff Citron sees it, though.

He tells telcom industry publication Light Reading:

 Posted by vonage on Friday, June 17 @ 21:31:44 UTC
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 Vonage VoIP Forum Digest - June 17 - June 19, 2005

Vonage VoIP Forum Digest

June 17, 2005

By Daniel Connor

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

Today, we'll discover how, like in that great song "Money For Nothing by Dire Straits, Vonage is getting "their MTV." If you've ever wondered what Vonage CEO Jeffrey Citron really thinks about Skype, you'll learn that, too. We'll also point you to a new interesting Vonage Forum thread - one in which a Forum member is trying to figure out if he can block certain incoming numbers from dialing his Vonage number. Finally, we'll comb through an older, but recently updated thread with some questions and advice on Vonage's SoftPhone service.

In The Headlines

Vonage All Over MTV's "Real World"

Have to admit, I watch MTV a good bit less than I did, say back in the 1980s. But I just might have to tune in more, once the 16th season of MTVs "Real World" kicks off this coming Tuesday at 10 p.m. Eastern/9 p.m. Central. A quick definition for those of you even more out of touch with the world of MTV than I am these days: The Real World features exploits of a group of twenty-something housemates recruited by MTV, who not only share a common dwelling, but share all their hang-ups and more than a few of their urges.

And if they want to call the outside world, the newest Real World cast will use a Vonage Videophone to do so. Based in Austin, Texas, this season's host house will also feature Vonage as the home page on the house PC, Vonage mouse pads next to the PC, and "Vonage's "People do Stupid Things" advertisement as the house PC's screen saver.


 Posted by vonage on Friday, June 17 @ 07:00:00 UTC
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 Vonage(R) to Sponsor MTV's Real World's 16th Season

Vonage Press ReleasesVideophone to be Featured on the Set


EDISON, N.J., June 16 /PRNewswire/ -- Vonage, North America's leading provider of broadband telephony, today announced it's sponsoring MTV, the Real World's 16th season, kicking off Tuesday, June 21, 2005, 10:00p.m. EDT/ 9:00 p.m. CDT.

The Austin, TX-based set will feature a Vonage Videophone, Vonage mouse pads, and the screen saver on the PCs will be Vonage's "People do Stupid Things" advertisement. Vonage will also be on the homepage of the house computer.


 Posted by vonage on Thursday, June 16 @ 08:58:21 UTC
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 Vonage VoIP Forum Digest - June 16, 2005

Vonage VoIP Forum Digest

June 16, 2005

By Daniel Connor

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

Today, we'll tell you why Vonage just may be sending you a sticker that you will be required to place on your phone. You'll learn how your Vonage subscription is helping people find work in one New Jersey community. We will bring you a peak inside a famous free online encyclopedia used by that defines and profiles just exactly what Vonage is. We'll also point you to two new interesting Vonage Forum threads - one in which a Forum member can't seem to get the voice mail message lights working on his phone when he receives a Vonage voice mail, and the other that describes one Vonage's subscriber's problems calling cell phone numbers in one of North America's largest cities.

In The Headlines

Vonage May Be Sending You A Sticker To Place On Your Phone

We've already pointed to articles that have described Vonage CEO's Jeffrey Citron's skepticism that all VoIP providers will be able to guarantee absolute E911 access to all subscribers by the time the Federal Communications Commission's headline takes effect in September.

If Vonage, for some reason, falls a few subscribers or a few days late, well, then, expect Vonage to send you a sticker to place on your phone. As ZDNet IP Telephony blogger Russell Shaw reports, (BTW: one of the few VoIP sites that I always find time to read, and you should also) this sticker isn't a marketing gimmick, but one required by the FCC in a recent memorandum telling VoIP access providers such as Vonage exactly what they need to do to follow these E911 rules.

Here's the FCC talking:


 Posted by vonage on Thursday, June 16 @ 07:00:00 UTC
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