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 Vonage Canada Sponsors The Toronto Molson Indy and Distillery Jazz Festival

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Mississauga, ON, May 18, 2005 – Vonage Canada, the country’s leading provider of Internet telephone service, today announced its sponsorship of two of Canada’s most anticipated summer events, the Molson Indy Toronto and the Distillery Jazz Festival in Toronto. As part of its strategy to aggressively market Voice Over Internet Protocol (VoIP) to Canadians, Vonage chose to make these two popular events its first sponsorships in Canada.

“The Distillery Jazz Festival and the Molson Indy attract outstanding audiences of diverse and tech-savvy Canadians,” said Joe Parent, vice president of marketing and business development for Vonage Canada. ”Our goal is to make VoIP synonymous with Vonage just as speed and excitement are associated with the Molson Indy and cool rhythms and warm nights are with the Distillery Jazz Festival. With these sponsorships we will reach Canadians who are attracted to the innovative and budget-friendly Internet telephone service that Vonage has pioneered.”

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 VoIP: End Of The Line For Phone Bills

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Special Report: End Of The Line For Phone Bills?

May 16, 2005

By Paul Durman

More and more people are hooking up to internet telephony, enabling them to make calls for next to nothing.

DIETRA BREEDON, an American living in London, likes to phone her mother in Newport, Virginia, a couple of times a day.

They can speak across the Atlantic as often or as long as they want, but since Breedon starting using a firm called Vonage, the cost will never be more than a monthly fee of £2.99.

“It helps the bank account,” she said. “My father’s happy and my husband’s happy.”

When The Sunday Times called Breedon on her London number last week, she was in South Africa, accompanying her husband on a business trip. But the call to her Mayfair home found her instantly, rerouted to a mobile phone thousands of miles away.

“You just called me on a British number and I’m in South Africa,” said Breedon. “How cool is that?”

Welcome to the wonders of internet telephony, or voice over internet protocol (VoIP) in industry jargon. Proponents claim it offers a tantalising mix of greatly reduced bills and sophisticated new services.

It could also mean the end of the traditional phone bill. If VoIP takes off, paying per-minute charges for individual calls will soon become a thing of the past. At most, customers will pay a monthly service charge — and with some providers even that will disappear.

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 Vonage Testing Mobile VoIP Service Routers

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VoIP Firm Vonage Testing Routers For Mobile Service

May 13, 2005

By Ben Charny

The ongoing customer trials involve a new Linksys Wi-Fi router that Vonage could market along with its calling plans, according to an e-mail sent to customers and seen by CNET Vonage has in the past acknowledged that its customers are also testing a handset equipped with a Wi-Fi antenna and radio.

With the special router and handset, individual customers would be free to roam about their home or office, untethered from a modem or phone jack and without a connection to a laptop or desktop computer. Vonage could also market the routers to hot spot providers such as Boingo Wireless for installation in airports, coffeehouses and other such locations where wireless hubs have slowly begun to appear.

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 Colin Doyle Named Vonage MVP In NLL Championship

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Toronto Wins Edge NLL Championship Game, 19-13

May 14, 2005

By Staff

In front of an NLL record crowd of 19,432 fans at the Air Canada Centre and a national television audience on NBC in the United States and The Score in Canada, the Toronto Rock captured their fifth NLL Champion's Cup after defeating the Arizona Sting, 19-13. Colin Doyle was named Vonage Most Valuable Player, lead the Rock offense with five goals and three assists.

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 Vonage(R) Rolls Out Free Calling to Puerto Rico

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EDISON, N.J., May 16 /PRNewswire/ -- Vonage, the leading provider of broadband phone service, today announced it is expanding its calling packages to include all calls to Puerto Rico. All Vonage customers, regardless of calling plan, can now reach their friends and family in Puerto Rico free of charge.

"For several months, consumers have been requesting the ability to have calls to Puerto Rico included in Vonage's calling plans so that they can save money and take advantage of Vonage's cost-saving, full featured broadband telephony service," said Jeffrey A. Citron, chairman & CEO of Vonage. "By including Puerto Rico we are now opening up more savings to current and future customers, making Vonage attractive for a broader market than we serve today."

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 VoIP 911 Help May Be On The Way

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911 Help May Be On Way For VoIP Users

May 12, 2005

By Staff

A big shortcoming of most Internet-based phone services - the lack of full-featured 911 service - is expected to be remedied this year as providers, regulators and local phone companies quickly coalesce to resolve the growing public-safety hazard.

Federal Communications Commission Chairman Kevin Martin is recommending that Net-based phone companies be required to offer the full-featured service, called Enhanced 911, or E-911, by fall, say three FCC commissioners.

Commissioners are expected to approve the proposals later this month.

At the same time, after a two-year stalemate, the regional Bells are agreeing to provide Internet phone companies access to their E-911 systems to help them offer the emergency service.

The flurry of activity comes amid cries for action by Congress after several high-profile incidents in which customers of the so-called Voice-over-Internet-Protocol services could not reach 911 operators. As a result, several states are suing, or considering suing, the No. 1 VoIP provider, Vonage.

Low-priced VoIP services allow voice calls to travel over broadband lines. About 1.5 million VoIP customers get their service from cable companies that provide E-911, research firm IDC says. But another 1.5 million use smaller providers such as Vonage. They typically offer a bare-bones 911 service that doesn't show operators a caller's number or address, wasting precious seconds in an emergency. Also, calls often aren't answered promptly because they ring on administrative lines in the dispatch center rather than on emergency lines.

The problem is that the Bells, such as Verizon and SBC, control the E-911 systems that contain the numbers and addresses and route the calls.

Vonage says the phone companies had been unwilling to share those systems in a way that would accommodate all of their subscribers.

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 Vonage: SBC VoIP 911 Deal Is Half-Baked

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Telecom: SBC, Vonage Feud Over 911 Service Offerings

May 11, 2005

By Chloe Albanesius

SBC Communications on Wednesday unveiled an enhanced 911 service for Internet telephony customers, an offering voice-over-Internet protocol (VoIP) provider Vonage immediately characterized as half-baked.

Vonage requires its customers to request activation of its 911 service, and in some cases, directs those customers with activated 911 who call for help to unmanned emergency facilities. This policy has spelled disaster in several states when customers in distress were either met with a recorded message saying their phone did not provide 911 services or were directed to the voice mail of local police administrative offices.

SBC's service would provide VoIP providers with access to its E911 database, so VoIP customers could reach a live operator when dialing 911. Vonage contends that SBC's offering would be useless for the 40 percent of its customers who travel with their VoIP service or who do not have a non-local phone number.

"SBC offered a fixed solution, which would only work for local phone numbers," said Brooke Schulz, vice president of communications at Vonage. "The problem is that the 911 network in this country ... only knows and understands local phone numbers."

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 Florida Hangs Up On VoIP Tax

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Florida Removes VoIP Tax From Books

May 11, 2005

By Marguerite Reardon

Florida law that threatened to tax Internet phone networks has officially been removed from the books.

Lawmakers in the Florida State Senate voted on the last day of the legislative session, Friday, to repeal a portion of the Substitute Communications Systems tax law.

The tax could have been applied to companies that run their own VoIP networks as well as to commercial services from providers such as Vonage.

In March, a bill to remove the levy from the Florida tax code passed the State House of Representatives. But when the bill reached the state Senate, some state senators changed the language from an outright repeal of the law to a moratorium, during which time the matter would be studied more carefully.

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 Vonage Moving To 88 Acre Campus, Positioned For Growth

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Vonage Announces Plans To Move Headquarters To Holmdel

May 12, 2005

By Joanne Colella

There’s a new neighbor coming to town, and area residents and officials are more than happy to be rolling out the welcome wagon.

Vonage Holdings Corporation announced in March that they will be establishing their headquarters in Holmdel, moving into the building on Route 520 and Holmdel Road that was formerly the home of Prudential Property Casualty & Insurance. The 358,932 square foot facility, with two stories and set on 88 acres, was sold in 2003. It was ultimately purchased in March by Mack-Cali Realty Corporation, who in turn signed a 12-year, 5-month lease with Vonage.

Vonage is currently the nation’s largest Internet phone service provider, offering local and long distance telephone service using a new technology called Voice over Internet Protocol, or VoIP, to customers with a high-speed connection for less cost than other phone services. It has been growing at a very rapid pace since it was founded in January 2001. According to Gerald Maloney, Senior Vice President of Finance, the company started off with a small group of employees and about 7,500 customers in 2002, and saw that number increase to 75,000 in 2003, then 390,000 in 2004. In 2005 alone so far, the customer base has gone from 400,000 as of January 4 to 500,000 as of March 7, and, by mid-April, was about 550,000 in the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom. It is expected to reach 1 million lines by the end of the year..

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 Vonage Funding Being Considered On International Markets

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Vonage Completes US$200 Million Financing

May 10, 2005

By Staff

Vonage Holdings Corporation, has announced the closing of a US$200 million financing round led by Bain Capital, with strong participation from existing investors including New Enterprise Associates (NEA), 3i, Meritech Capital Partners, Institutional Venture Partners, and existing investors. This latest round of financing brings total investment in the company to US$408 million.

Vonage's latest round of financing will be used to accelerate the expansion of service in the US, Canada and the UK, as well as consider launching new international markets. The financing round will also be used to support the development of new innovative offerings.

 Posted by Vonage on Thursday, May 12 @ 01:00:00 EDT
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