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 Vonage Nets $200M In VC Funding

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Vonage Nabs $200m VC

May 9, 2005

By Rhonda Ascierto

In the biggest venture capital deal so far this year, Vonage Holdings Corp will raise $200m in equity funding, fuelling speculation over the future of the leading VoIP seller.

Vonage will sell $200m worth of convertible securities to 22 investors, according to a filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. Ontario, Canada-based Vonage declined comment on the filing.

Vonage investor Sandy Miller, managing director of 3i Technologies LP, said the money is to "fuel growth and defend the company's leading position." Vonage will use its newfound wealth to target SME markets, develop new products and expand in both Europe and Asia, Miller said.
New investor Baird and Co joined existing investors 3i, NEA Enterprise Associates and Meritech Capital Partners in the new funding round.

Miller said the funding was not in response to the increasingly competitive landscape Vonage treks. "We really haven't felt pressure from competitors curtailing our growth in any way," said Miller, who also sits on Vonage's board. His Menlo Park, California-based firm first invested in Vonage in January 2004, when it led Vonage's second VC round.

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 Vonage Rings Up $200M Investment

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Vonage Rings Up $200m Investment

May 9, 2005

By Tim Richardson

Vonage - the broadband telephony outfit - is to ramp up its services in the US, Canada and the UK after securing an extra $200m (£106m) in funding to pump into its business.

Bain Capital joined New Enterprise Associates (NEA), 3i, Meritech Capital Partners and Institutional Venture Partners, among others, to raise the cash bringing the total investment into the company to $408m (£217m). As well as helping Vonage to expand its service in existing markets, it will also look to break into new territories. The cash will also be used to fund the development of even whizzier broadband services.

Said Vonage boss Jeffrey Citron: "This latest round of funding will help Vonage further cement its position as the leading broadband telephony provider in North America, with further expansion and penetration into global markets."

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 VC's Pledge $200M To Vonage

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Vonage Raises $200M From VC

May 9, 2005

By Stephen Taub,

The largest venture-capital investment this year nearly doubles the $108 million raised in February by anti-spyware company Webroot Software.

Is the venture capital market becoming more hospitable to technology and telecommunications companies? Possibly.

Vonage Holdings Corp., which offers voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) telephone service, announced that it raised $200 million in a late-stage round of venture capital, according to the Associated Press. This is the largest venture-capital investment this year, the wire service added, surpassing the $108 million raised in February by anti-spyware company Webroot Software Inc.

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 Vonage Says Sees No Pressure From Cable VoIP

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Vonage Says Sees No Pressure From Cable Telephony

May 9, 2005

By Justin Hyde

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Internet telephone company Vonage Holdings Corp. on Monday said it had reached 650,000 lines and had seen no pressure so far from cable companies launching their own telephone services.

Privately held Vonage raised $200 million in funding last week, bringing the total venture capital raised by Vonage to $408 million.

Internet calling services such as Vonage use a technology known as voice over Internet protocol, or VOIP, to transmit phone calls in the same way Web pages and e-mail are sent over the Internet. That technology makes calls less expensive than traditional phone services, which require a dedicated circuit for each connection.

Most of Vonage's customers use cable broadband lines, as telephone companies rarely sell high-speed Internet access without telephone service. Several analysts had expected that Vonage's growth rate would fall as cable companies such as Time Warner Inc. (TWX.N: Quote, Profile, Research) and Comcast Corp. (CMCSA.O: Quote, Profile, Research) launched phone services.

But Vonage Chief Financial Officer John Rego said in an interview that Vonage's growth had not been stunted by the cable players, and Vonage was adding 15,000 lines a week.

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 Vonage, Lead By Bain Capital Raises $200 Million

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Vonage Deal Boosts VoIP

May 9, 2005

By Paul Taylor

Vonage Holdings, the leading US-based independent broadband telephony provider, has raised a further Dollars 200m in a venture capital financing round led by Bain Capital.

The latest round of financing, which closed today, brings total investment in the VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) pioneer to Dollars 408m.

The size of the funding and its timing underscores the financial community's confidence that consumer VoIP services have come of age, and that independent operators such as Vonage will be able to compete as they accelerate their investment in internet telephony.

Established telecoms groups such as SBC Communications have begun to roll out their own broadband VoIP services that typically cost about Dollars 30 a month and have claimed recently that there were indications that the growth of subscribers at independent internet telephony companies were showing signs of slowing.

Vonage, however, which has more than 600,000 lines in service, still claims to be adding more than 15,000 lines per week to its network. Other independent carriers including Skype, Packet 8 and Net2Phone have also reported strong growth.

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 Vonage $200M VC Is Largest Since 2000

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Net Phone Venture Peaking?

May 8, 2005

By Ben Charny

How long can venture capital firms sustain their fervor for the Net phone industry?

The question's raised in light of a $200 million investment into New Jersey VoIP provider Vonage, which Vonage confirmed on Monday. To be sure, venture investors continue to pour cash into companies involved with voice over Internet Protocol, which is free software that lets an Internet connection double as a phone line.

In fact, the $200 million Vonage raise is the largest one-time venture round since 2000, according to the New Jersey-based company.

Yet, there's growing sentiment among VoIP insiders that after investing $1.6 billion into VoIP during the past four years, it's time for venture capital firms to look elsewhere to invest such large sums.

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 Vonage Raises $200 Million In Venture Capital

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Internet Phone Company Raises $200 Million In Venture Capital

May 7, 2005

By Matt Richtel

Vonage, the Internet telephone company, announced yesterday that it had raised $200 million in new private investment, a deal that constitutes one of the largest single rounds of venture capital financing in the last decade.

The size of the deal underscores the confidence of the lead investors, including several major Silicon Valley venture capital firms, that Vonage, a privately held company, can continue to thrive as an Internet telephone provider even as the regional Bell companies and cable providers enter the business.

The investment comes as Internet telephony, a service that allows consumers and businesses to place calls using high-speed Internet connections, is just beginning to take hold. Vonage, the leader in the field, has 650,000 subscribers and adds 15,000 subscribers a week.

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 California Withdraws VoIP Regulation Appeal

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California Withdraws Voice Over Internet Protocol Appeal While Debate Regarding 911 Service May Trigger FCC Action

May 6, 2005

By Staff

The California Public Utilities Commission withdrew its appeal of the FCC’s 2004 Vonage decision preempting state regulation of Voice over Internet Protocol ("VoIP") service. The CPUC was the first state commission to appeal the FCC’s decision. In a three-to-one vote, the CPUC decided to withdraw the appeal during a closed meeting.

CPUC President Michael Peevey stated that he voted to withdraw the appeal because it was a "loser issue" and that VoIP is "obviously" an interstate service. The lone dissenter, CPUC Commissioner Geoffrey Brown, stated that the CPUC was "abdicating to the FCC the control we have in telecom." California consumer groups objected to the decision, arguing that the agency favored the communications industry over consumers. The CPUC’s decision may lead other states to withdraw their appeals, all of which were consolidated before the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals.

As reported in last month’s Bulletin, Voice over Internet protocol provider Vonage Holdings Corporation ("Vonage") has complained that incumbent local carriers are rebuffing its requests for access to selective routers that connect directly to emergency call operators that would allow Vonage to provide emergency 911 ("911") service. Some incumbents defended their position by saying they preferred to focus on industry-wide solutions. The FCC Wireline Bureau subsequently met with representatives of the Bell Operating Companies on this issue, although the staff would not comment on the meetings. It now appears that Vonage is making headway with numerous incumbent carriers.

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 Vonage Plans Massive UK Marketing Campaign

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US Broadband Giant Bids For Mainstream UK Reach

May 6, 2005

By Richard Cann

Vonage, North America's biggest broadband communications company, is employing a mass-market media strategy as it launches into UK high-street chains.

Vonage's broadband-delivered telephone service has been available to UK consumers since January, but the US firm is currently in negotiations with high-street consumer electronics chains to establish a retail presence by June.

It will aim to gain coverage outside the technology pages of the nationals and consumer lifestyle media, to reach a broader audience.

'This is not a product for geeks. It's a product for the general domestic market. It's a consumer product, not a computer product,' said Roger Nelson, joint MD of Nelson Bostock, which has been hired to handle PR for Vonage's entry into the UK.

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 Vonage Helps To Revive The Rocketeens "Woo Hoo" Song

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What is in The Great American Songbook?

May 6, 2005

By Jan Souther

Every so often, one of the major artists will issue an album titled (in this case), "Ella Fitzgerald sings the Great American Songbook." Those of us who have been around a while don't need to know what's in it. We don't even need to know what the great American songbook is. It's the several hundred songs that are still around, from the moment they made their debut in, most likely, a Broadway show or a Hollywood movie. Think of, "In the Still of the Night," as one example. "I'm Beginning To See The Light," as another.

You get the idea. The great songs that never lose their brilliance, that are never far from our ears. These are the songs we write about here when we do a column about commercials and the music that's used to underscore them: "Blue Skies," "As Times Goes By," "It Had To Be You," and "The Nearness of You."

But, now that I think of it, Vonage is using one of the great favorites of my later teen years, "Woo Hoo," originally performed by a Swedish band, the Rocketeens.

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