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 Reliable Internet Service: A Requirement For VoIP

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What Does It Take To Go VoIP?

June 2, 2005

By Elizabeth Millard

One of the primary requirements for a VoIP system is reliable Internet service. Although this seems obvious, some companies do try to implement VoIP without increasing their broadband pipe, said Louis Holder, executive vice president of VoIP firm Vonage.

It is official: VoIP is all the rage. With the potential cost savings combined with the boom in service plans and monitoring tools, it makes sense that the strategy finally has found its foothold.

For home users, the switch from traditional telephony to the IP-driven type is as easy as -- well, a phone call. They merely have to talk to a local cable provider and usually can have VoIP within a day or two.

But for enterprises, the undertaking is vastly more complex and costly, involving equipment, training, monitoring tools and other components.

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 Vonage And Form An Alliance

Vonage In Print News Rings Up Vonage For Alliance

June 3, 2005

By Jeffrey Sanders

MCLEAN, Va.-- and Vonage entered into a co-marketing partnership in a move to not only increase business opportunities and stave off service limitation concerns, but also bridge the gap for central stations monitoring accounts where landlines do not exist.

Both companies offer services built on emerging technologies, such as broadband and wireless networks, that offer cheaper alternatives to pre-existing applications. But at the same time require a certain amount of handholding when it comes to adoption.

Through the partnership, Vonage can refer potential customers to that would like to drop their landline telephone service, but still require a stable means to communicate alarm signals. For, the deal provides a steady stream of customer leads.

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 Vonage says customers should not lock into long-term

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Bundling isn't to consumers' advantage: Vonage says customers should not lock into long-term

June 3, 2005

By Mark Evans

Jeff Citron, chief executive of Vonage Holdings Corp., is the consummate salesman. When he tells you Internet telephony is going to take over the world of communications, and Vonage is going to be the dominant player, remember where he's coming from.

That said, Mr. Citron raised an interesting notion during a speech earlier this week at the Canadian Telecom Summit when he suggested multi-services bundles are nowhere near as attractive as carriers and cable companies make them out to be. The way he sees it, bundles that lock in consumers for two or three years in exchange for a modest price reduction stifle innovation and choice.

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 Vonage(R) and Texas Instruments to Sponsor Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival

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EDISON, N.J., June 3 /PRNewswire/ -- Vonage, North America's leading broadband telephony provider and Texas Instruments Incorporated (TI), the world leader in digital signal processors (DSPs) today announced they will be jointly sponsoring phone service in the Broadband Internet Village at the Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival 2005.

Who: Vonage and TI

What: Vonage and TI to sponsor phone service at the
Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival 2005

When: June 9, 2005 - June 12, 2005

Where: Manchester, TN

 Posted by vonage on Friday, June 03 @ 12:04:34 EDT
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 Connors Comm. and Vonage(R) Named as Finalist in 2005 American Business Awards

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NEW YORK, June 3 /PRNewswire/ -- Connors Communications, a strategic PR and marketing agency specializing in emerging technologies, and Vonage, North America's leading broadband telephony provider, have been named a finalist in the third annual American Business Awards.

More than 1,200 nominations from companies of all sizes and in virtually every industry were submitted for consideration in more than 40 categories, including Best Overall Company, Best Executive, Best New Product or Service and Best Support Staffer. Connors Communications and Vonage co-submitted the application and will be competing against four other finalists under the Best Communications Team category.

"It's always very special for us to work with a company's PR and marketing campaign from launch and see them transform into an established market leader," said Connie Connors, CEO of Connors Communications. "This nomination serves as a true testament to the impact a PR firm and an internal company team can achieve on business objectives when they act as a cohesive unit."

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 Vonage CEO Citron Praises Regulator's Decision on VoIP

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CEO Praises Regulator's Decision on VoIP: 'Pro-Competition'

June 1, 2005

By Kevin Restivo

Jeff Citron, head of Vonage Holdings Corp., said yesterday the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission's decision to regulate incumbent carriers offering Internet phone service will spur adoption of the fledgling technology in Canada.

In a speech at the Canadian Telecom Summit in Toronto, Mr. Citron said the federal telecom regulator has created a "pro-competition" environment in Canada that will boost consumer confidence because companies other than Bell Canada and Telus Corp. can offer Internet phone service over the long term.

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 Vonage To Surpass 1 Million Subscribers By Years End

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Vonage Expected to Cross 1 Million Subscriber Mark Before Year-End

June 1, 2005

By Jeffrey Hodgson

TORONTO (Reuters) - Vonage Holdings Corp. will easily cross the 1 million subscriber mark before year-end, the head of the fast-growing Internet phone company said on Tuesday. Vonage chief executive Jeffrey Citron said the closely held firm currently has more than 700,000 subscribers, and was adding about 15,000 a week.

"When you look at our pace of growth in that first quarter and what we're publicly stating in the second quarter, you forecast that out and Vonage will easily clear the million customer mark before the end of the year," he told Reuters on the sidelines of a telecoms conference in Toronto.

The U.S. firm offers its service through broadband Internet connections using voice over Internet protocol, or VoIP. Customers plug their phones into specially designed Internet adapters.

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 Vonage Promises A Million

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Vonage Promises A Million

June 1, 2005

By John Oates

Voice over Internet Protocol provider Vonage will have a million subscribers by the end of the year.

Chief executive Jeffrey Citron told Reuters the firm would easily exceed a million subscribers by year end. He said Vonage gained 249,000 subscribers in the first quarter, up from 114,000 in the fourth quarter. He said price and extra features continue to attract more customers.

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 Euro Telcoms Brace For VoIP Race

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Reuters Summit-Operators Brace for 'Voice Over Internet' Race

May 27, 2005

By Astrid Wendlandt and Santosh Menon

PARIS (Reuters) - Sooner or later, most phone calls will be made over the Internet, telecoms executives predicted this week.

But while the transition will be a boon for consumers, who will save money, it will be bane for telecoms operators, who will be forced to lower prices and change their business models.

"Phone companies probably wish VoIP (voice over Internet protocol) never came about," Mike Fries, chief executive of UnitedGlobalCom, Europe's biggest cable operator, said at the Reuters Telecoms, Media and Technology Summit in Paris on Wednesday.

"Today, they have the choice between lowering their prices or launching their own VoIP service, and I am sure they would rather not be in this situation."

VoIP breaks voice traffic into fast-moving packets that can be sent over the Internet in the same way as e-mails. It allows less expensive calling than traditional phone services, because it does not require a dedicated circuit for each connection.

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 Vonage Canada Expanding VoIP To More Than 50 Additional Cities Throughout Canada

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Expansion includes Greater Toronto Area, southwestern Ontario; Quebec City, Montreal region, Alberta and British Columbia

MISSISSAUGA, ON, May 31, 2005 – Vonage Canada, the fastest growing provider of Internet phone service in the country, today announced an aggressive expansion of its Voice over IP (VoIP) service by providing local phone number exchanges to consumers and small businesses in more than 50 additional cities and communities.

Customers from anywhere in Canada have already been able to choose an area code and local number from 14 major centres in six provinces, including Winnipeg, Vancouver, Edmonton, Calgary, Ottawa, Toronto, Montreal and Halifax. Vonage’s expansion will allow people outside those major urban cities to switch to Vonage and choose a new local phone number from their city or simply transfer their existing phone number over to the Vonage service.

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