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 Vonage VoIP Setup Is Easy For Business Clients

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Web Grabs That Phone

June 10, 2005

By Reinhardt Krause

Kerry Garrison says setting up your own phone system in an office or home is no big deal. All it takes is a broadband connection, voice over Internet protocol software and technical savvy.

Garrison's Irvine, Calif., consulting firm helps businesses set up computer networks that use VoIP to route calls.

His move is part of a revolution in the communications business.

Consumers want cheap and quick ways to connect with each other, and they're finding it with VoIP and the wireless wave of Wi-Fi.

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 Vonage To Give Away Linksys Routers

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Linksys, Vonage Hold Big Router Give-Away

June 10, 2005

By Libe Goad

Vonage and router-manufacturer Linksys have partnered to create what they hope will be an offer customers can't refuse. Starting on June 12, and for six weeks after, consumers will be able to trade in any router for one of Linksys' Wireless-G routers with two phone ports for VOIP for free after-rebates, when signing up for Vonage's phone service.

"This promotion is the first of its kind in retail and is an unparalleled upgrade opportunity," said Glen McLaughlin, Linksys vice president of North American retail sales. "Together with Vonage and our retail partners, we are providing our latest product featuring the fast networking speed of Wireless-G and high quality VOIP service in a simple integrated solution."

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 Get Wireless-G For Free With VoIP Through A Promotion With Vonage And Linksys

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Get a Free Linksys Wireless-G Router with Vonage When You Trade in any Router and Sign up for Vonage Broadband Phone Service

IRVINE, Calif. and EDISON, N.J., June 13 /PRNewswire/ -- Linksys®, a division of Cisco Systems, Inc., and Vonage®, the leading provider of broadband phone service, today announced a unique trade-in program for customers interested in upgrading their existing router for a Linksys Wireless-G Router configured with Vonage. For a limited time, customers can trade in their used router -- any brand, any model -- for a Linksys Wireless-G Router with 2 Phone Ports (WRTP54G) for free(*) (after rebates), when they sign up for Vonage's broadband phone service.

The BIG Trade-In Wireless-G for Free with Vonage promotion enables customers to get two of the latest and most innovative technologies at the same time: Wireless-G and VoIP. With the Linksys Wireless-G router with Vonage, users can now experience networking speeds up to five times faster(**) than Wireless-B, which means users can download and transfer their music, movie, photo and other files up to five times faster with Linksys 802.11g technology. Additionally, with the added benefit of Vonage's built-in broadband phone service, users can significantly cut their standard telephone costs by as much as 50% when switching to Vonage's high-quality, feature-rich, Internet phone service.

"This promotion is the first of its kind in retail and is an unparalleled upgrade opportunity. It is a tremendous value for our customers by giving them a way to save money from their original router investment," said Glen McLaughlin, Linksys vice president of North American retail sales. "Together with Vonage and our retail partners, we are providing our leading router product featuring the fast networking speed of Wireless-G and high quality VoIP service in a simple integrated solution."


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 Vonage VoIP Forum Digest - June 13, 2005

Vonage VoIP Forum Digest

June 13, 2005

By Daniel Connor

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

Today, we'll tell you about a big Vonage-Linksys router giveaway promotion that might get you out of the house and on the road to your big-box retailer. Speaking of driving, we will also give accolades to a Vonage-sponsored racecar driver with a famous name, who did well in a big race on Saturday. We'll also point you to a new Vonage Forum thread in which a new Forum member seeks advice on why his Vonage calls seem to be cutting off, and another new user's quest for the same call quality for inbound calls as he has been getting on outbound calls.

In The Headlines

Vonage, Linksys Offer Free Router for Trade-In

Starting yesterday, and for the next six weeks, several retailers are letting you trade in any router for a Linksys WRT54GP2 wireless-G Broadband router configured for Vonage service.

To make things happen, you'll go to a Best Buy, Circuit City or Comp USA and plunk down $129.99 for the router. At checkout, you will be issued a printed rebate form. Then, once you get home, you've got two tasks:

Go online and sign up for Vonage, and then find your old router and send it in to Linksys.

After several weeks, you'll get your check.

If you want to save gasoline, you can also buy your Linksys router on Amazon.com.

And of course you can always just sign up online here and receive a free router and your second month of Vonage service free also, no waiting for the rebate.


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 Vonage VoIP Forum Digest - June 10 - June 12, 2005

Vonage VoIP Forum Digest

June 10, 2005

By Daniel Connor

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

Today, we'll tell you about a county official in suburban New York who has taken it upon himself to warn his constituents about deficiencies in Vonage's E911 service. We'll also how to tell you how to watch a streaming video in which two pillars of the Digerati take Vonage out for a spin. We'll also point you to new Vonage Forum threads about the best combination of router/ATA and phone, and introduce you to the experiences of one Forum member as he navigates the sometimes choppy waters of phone number portability.

In The Headlines

Citing Vonage, NY County Official Cautions Constituents to "Beware of" Internet E911

In his periodic letter to constituents, Nassau County (N.Y.) Deputy Presiding Officer Roger Corbin alerts consumers that some Internet phone services may not include enhanced 911 access.

Corbin singles out Vonage's failure in Houston to speedily route a 911 call to emergency dispatchers as an example of VoIP's E911 vulnerabilities. "People have a reasonable expectation that when they dial 911 from their phone they will be connected to an emergency operator and they will be located," Corbin says. "But unfortunately, that is not always the case."

Corbin acknowledges the Federal Communications Commission's ruling mandating VoIP E911, but says that despite the ruling, this would be an opportune time to inform Nassau County residents of the conditions as they currently are.


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 Vonage and Uniden to Develop Cordless Broadband Phone System

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Vonage and Uniden to Develop Cordless Broadband Phone System

June 8, 2005

By Staff

Vonage, the leading broadband phone company, and Uniden America Corporation, a leading manufacturer of wireless consumer electronics, announced a partnership Monday, to develop a broadband cordless phone system configured with Vonage’s service. Vonage will soon enable the Uniden UIP1869V, which offers a corded base unit and is expandable up to ten cordless handsets, to deliver a state of the art VoIP solution. Uniden’s product will be based on Texas Instruments’ TNETV1060 VoIP gateway chipset, enabling consumers to benefit from high quality voice applications compatible with Vonage’s service. It features a telephone base unit which will plug directly into a customer’s broadband connection or router, eliminating the need for a standalone adapter and telephone.

 Posted by vonage on Thursday, June 09 @ 19:00:00 UTC
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 Vonage and Uniden Partner On Cordless VoIP Phone System

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Vonage, Uniden to Develop Cordless Broadband Phone

June 7, 2005

By Staff

Vonage Holdings Corp. is partnering with Uniden America Corp., a manufacturer of wireless consumer electronics, to develop a broadband cordless phone system configured with Vonage’s service.

Vonage says it soon will enable the Uniden UIP1869V, which offers a corded base unit and is expandable up to 10 cordless handsets, so it can accommodate VoIP. Uniden’s product will be based on Texas Instruments’ TNETV1060 VoIP gateway chipset.

 Posted by vonage on Thursday, June 09 @ 18:00:00 UTC
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 Think About That For a Minute

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Think About That For a Minute

June 9, 2005

By Steve Effros

Commentary by Steve Effros
Of Ducks And 'IP' TV (Part I)

I'm confused (yes, I realize there are some readers who are saying that's not a surprise). But I'm getting very frustrated because I keep getting different answers to what I think is a pretty straight-forward question: what is "IP" TV?

Try it. Ask folks in our industry, ask telephone people, the programmers, Silicon Valley types. Ask engineers, Wall Street guys, the consumer press. I guarantee you'll get lots of different answers.

 Posted by vonage on Thursday, June 09 @ 17:35:33 UTC
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 Cogeco Launches Digital Phone Service

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Cogeco launches digital phone service

June 9, 2005

Cogeco Cable is bringing digital telephone service to local residents.

Launched yesterday in Burlington and Oakville, the Cogeco service offers subscribers to the company's cable TV and high-speed Internet services a $44.99-per-month package of telephone services.

It's all based on the voice-over-Internet protocol, or VoIP, which allows phone conversations to be transmitted over high-speed Internet connections instead of phone lines..

 Posted by vonage on Thursday, June 09 @ 17:32:55 UTC
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 Reporter Uses Vonage While Traveling

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This Normal Life

June 7, 2005

By Brian Blum

I was recently interviewed by a reporter from the San Francisco Chronicle. He was in town for a few months to try to get the “real story” behind the headlines. He’s been a regular reader of this column and figured I might be able to share some insights.

Besides which, he offered to take me out to lunch, his treat. We went to Olive and I ordered this chicken dish in a mango-pineapple-coconut sauce which was to die for. I can talk for hours if you give me a good meal.

“So what do you do on an ordinary day?” the reporter asked me.

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