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 Vonage Offers Wireless VoIP Router Upgrade

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Vonage Offers Wireless Upgrade

June 13, 2005

By Staff

Vonage Holdings Corp. and Cisco Systems Inc.’s Linksys division are teaming up on a trade-in program.

Subscribers who sign up for Vonage's voice-over-Internet-protocol service can trade in their used routers for Linksys “Wireless-G Routers” with two phone jacks for broadband telephony (model “WRTP54G”) free-of-charge after rebates.

“This is a great opportunity for anyone who has been thinking of cutting the cord to get a great deal on Vonage and a free wireless router, as well," Vonage senior vice president of sales Matthew Deatrick said in a prepared statement.

 Posted by vonage on Tuesday, June 14 @ 18:14:13 EDT
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 Vonage VoIP Forum Digest - June 14, 2005

Vonage VoIP Forum Digest

June 14, 2005

By Daniel Connor

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

Today, we'll have some additional details about that big Vonage-Linksys router giveaway promotion, including corrected information about how it works, and even an article analyzing why Vonage is doing this. We'll also point you new Vonage Forum threads in which Forum members are looking for tips on how to diagnose and correct a possibly bad router and slow Internet connection speeds that seem to have started when they hooked up their Vonage service.

In The Headlines

More Details on Vonage/Linksys Free Router Offer

In yesterday's Digest, we revealed the start of a six-week promotion in which several retailers are letting you trade in any router for a Linksys WRT54GP2 wireless-G Broadband router configured for Vonage service.


 Posted by vonage on Tuesday, June 14 @ 07:28:38 EDT
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 Vonage Is Spending Cash As Fast As It Can On Marketing VoIP

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Vonage: Spending As Fast As It Can

June 20, 2005

By Roger O. Crockett

Enticing customers to switch from their tried-and-true phone service to a newfangled brand costs loads of money, and Jeffrey A. Citron is on one heck of a spending spree. Citron, the 34-year-old chief executive of telecom startup Vonage Holdings Corp., has been burning millions in venture funding to market Vonage's Net-based phone service. His message is simple: Users with broadband connections can save on their bills by hitching their phone to the Net -- through a Vonage hookup. It's called Voice over Internet Protocol, or VoIP, and customers like the economics. Vonage subscriptions have jumped 63% this year, to 700,000. Some 15,000 more jump on board every week.

The trouble for Vonage? Big cable players such as Time Warner (TWX ), Cablevision Systems, and Comcast are starting to gain traction in the same market. And they're chipping away at Vonage's industry-leading share, which was 37.5% in the first quarter, according to Halpern Capital. What's more, telecom giant Verizon Communications (VZ )just launched its own VoIP service, and SBC Communications (SBC ) is expected to plunge into the market in coming months, once its merger with AT&T (T ) is final. By yearend, the total VoIP market is expected to top 3 million. By 2008 it'll be 19 million, according to researcher IDC.

 Posted by vonage on Monday, June 13 @ 21:00:00 EDT
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 Vonage And Linksys Offer WiFI VoIP Router Trade-In Program

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Vonage & Linksys Offer Trade-In Program

June 13, 2005

By Staff

For a limited time, customers can trade-in their used router – any brand, any model – for a Linksys Wireless-G Router with 2 Phone Jacks for broadband telephony (WRTP54G) for free (after rebates), when they sign up for Vonage’s broadband phone service.

How the Program Works:

1. Purchase a Wireless-G Router with 2 Phone Jacks for Vonage (WRTP54G) at participating retail stores and e-commerce sites. Receive a $10 rebate from Linksys and a $20 rebate from the participating reseller.

2. Activate Vonage’s Internet phone service. After 90 days, receive a $50 activation rebate from Vonage.

3. Mail in your old router to the Linksys fulfillment center. After 90 days of service, receive the additional $50 trade-in rebate from Vonage.

 Posted by vonage on Monday, June 13 @ 20:30:00 EDT
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 Three Reasons Why Vonage-Linksys Free Router Promo Is A Solid Idea

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Three Reasons Why Vonage-Linksys Free Router Promo Is A Solid Idea

June 13, 2005

By Russell Shaw

There's a lot of strategic insight behind today's announcement from Vonage and Linksys that they will be giving away Vonage-configured Linksys WRTP54G Wireless Broadband Router to new Vonage subscribers through July 23.

First, here is how the deal will work. You either go in to a Circuit City, Best Buy or CompUSA, and plunk down $129.99 for the router/access point device, or order the unit online on Amazon.com. If you buy the unit at one of those brick and mortar retailers, you get a rebate slip. The electronic equivalent of this rebate slip is produced via Amazon as well.

 Posted by vonage on Monday, June 13 @ 20:00:00 EDT
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 Vonage Taking VoIP Service Overseas

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Vonage Taking Internet Telephone Service Overseas

June 13, 2005

By Staff

Purpose: Make overseas telephone calls for the price of local phone service.

The lowdown: Voice over Internet Protocol, or VoIP, has become a hot alternative to traditional telephone service. It's cheaper and can travel with you. I decided to take one company's product with me on a recent trip to Malaysia.

Verdict: Vonage, one of the early VoIP providers, sent me a phone adapter about the size of a deck of cards. All I needed was a broadband connection and a phone. I checked ahead and found that my first hotel offered broadband for 50 ringgit (about $13 US) a day. I also brought a cheap phone and Linksys travel router so I could split the Internet line with Vonage and two laptops. Setup was simple. Plug the hotel's Ethernet cable into the router and a second cable from the router to the Vonage box. I plugged the phone into the Vonage box. No muss; no fuss. It worked on the first try.

 Posted by vonage on Monday, June 13 @ 19:30:00 EDT
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 Vonage And Linksys Team Up In Wi Fi Router Giveaway

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Vonage, Cisco Team Up In Wi-Fi Giveaway

June 12, 2005

By Ben Charny

Purchase of the Linksys model number WRTP54G, which costs about $130, is required; then Vonage will distribute rebates to people who sign up for its phone service and trade in old wireless routers, Vonage said.

A Wi-Fi access point, which showers 300-foot-long zones with wirelessly available Internet access, isn't necessary to use VoIP; rather, any wired cable modem or digital subscriber line will do.

 Posted by vonage on Monday, June 13 @ 19:00:00 EDT
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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.

 Posted by vonage on Monday, June 13 @ 18:30:00 EDT
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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."

 Posted by vonage on Monday, June 13 @ 17:55:53 EDT
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 Get Wireless-G For Free With VoIP Through A Promotion With Vonage And Linksys

Vonage Press Releases

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."


 Posted by vonage on Monday, June 13 @ 09:59:01 EDT
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