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 Vonage Offers Affordable 800 Number Service

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Getting An 800 Number

April 12, 2005

By Ian Mount

The Problem: Your child rarely calls home.

The Solution:Consider an 800 number for the family. These services have been around for years, but often with exorbitant per-minute charges. Now prices are dropping, though they can still add up. Kall8, an add-on to your regular phone service, costs $2 to set up and $2 a month; most incoming calls are 6.9 cents a minute.

Though the monthly fees are often higher, traditional phone carriers offer the service too. AT&T and SBC charge $2.95 a month; AT&T calls are 15 cents a minute and SBC's per-minute price is a dime; neither charges a setup fee. Even Internet-calling companies now have the service. Vonage, for example, levies a $9.99 setup fee and $4.99 per month, for 100 minutes of calls. Such providers can be attractive for heavy users.

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 Vonage® Announces Partnership With Campus TeleVideo

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Vonage(R) Announces Partnership With Campus TeleVideo

Campus TeleVideo to Resell Vonage's Service at Universities Nationwide


EDISON, N.J., April 14 -- Vonage, a leading provider of broadband phone service, today announced a partnership with Campus TeleVideo to resell broadband telephony service to more than 120 universities nationwide. These universities include, but are not limited to: UCLA, Penn State University, University of Georgia and Rutgers University. Vonage will offer Campus TeleVideo's subscribers unlimited local and long distance calling throughout the United States and Canada for a flat rate.

Campus TeleVideo will partner with Vonage to deploy an affordable telephony service to its university subscriber base. Subscribers will be offered Vonage's full array of calling plans, which include many of the standard telephony features like caller ID, call waiting and voicemail and a number of proprietary features at no additional cost. These features include web-based voicemail, area code selection, online account management and bandwidth saver as well as a host of others. Campus TeleVideo's customers selecting any of Vonage's calling plans will also benefit from significantly reduced international rates (i.e., London and Hong Kong are 3 cents per minute, Tel Aviv is 4 cents per minute).

"By launching our agreement with Campus TeleVideo, Vonage proves the importance of broadband telephony to enhance an MSO's sustainable revenue growth," said Kevin Guilford, national account manager of Vonage Holdings Corp. "Further, Vonage's partnership is designed to allow Campus TeleVideo's customers -- budget conscious college students and their parents -- the chance to obtain the most innovative phone service without the concern of high phone bills."


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 Vonage Enters Wireless VoIP Market With Dual-Mode Device

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Vonage Eyes Wireless Entry With Dual-Mode Device

April 4, 2005

By Mike Dano

Voice over IP carrier Vonage Holdings Corp. plans to release a dual-mode Wi-Fi GSM device by the end of this year, and is considering selling the corresponding wireless service as a mobile virtual network operator.

The moves show that upstart Vonage is aiming to become a major player not only in the emerging VoIP market, but also in the wireless industry. And if the company is successful in entering wireless, its presence would serve to further complicate an already complicated market.

Michael Tribolet, executive vice president for Vonage's operations, said the carrier is definitely interested in dual-mode devices. Such gadgets would give Vonage's customers inexpensive calling options in Wi-Fi areas through VoIP as well as complete mobility through wide area wireless networks. Tribolet said the company was still in negotiations for such a device, but that it hoped to release a dual-mode phone by the fourth quarter of this year. Tribolet declined to discuss potential device manufacturers, but said Vonage was talking to several such vendors.

Tribolet hinted at Vonage's potential MVNO offering while discussing the dual-mode device. He said Vonage would only sell a dual-mode device if it could combine both the Wi-Fi and wide area network costs into one bill. When asked if that meant Vonage would offer its own wide area wireless services as an MVNO, Tribolet said, "there's several options, but that's an option."

"Bundling Wi-Fi and wide area wireless is the only way we would look at it," he said, adding that Vonage's goal is to keep its billing services as simple as possible.

"Our goal is to focus on the consumer," Tribolet said. "We're not here to do anything but focus on the consumer."

A Vonage MVNO service, along with a dual-mode device, would highlight several notable aspects of the telecommunications market.

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 Vonage VoIP: Part Of The Well-Wired Home

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The Well-Wired Home

April 11, 2005

By Harold Goldberg

Unless you spend hours researching obscure acronyms online, home electronics gets more confusing every day. Here’s what to do about three key purchases: your TV, your radio, and your phone.

Flat-Screen TV
Plasma or LCD?


What You Need to Know

If you’ve been sitting on the flat-screen fence, it’s a good time to jump off. The biggest price drop has already happened: On average, prices fell more than 20 percent last year; a $9,600 50-inch Hitachi plasma can now be had for $4,300. Although prices will continue to drop at a projected 10 to 15 percent annual rate, you can buy now and feel safe that you won’t look like a fool in a few months.

And the shift to high-definition television is finally happening, with networks airing 4,800 hours this year, including Lost and ER (on cable, much of ESPN is already HD, as is HBO). Many flat-screens have HDTV as standard, so you’ll get a better as well as bigger picture.

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 Clearwire Was One Of Two Broadband Providers Causing Problems For Vonage

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Wireless Operator Clearwire Was One Of Two Broadband Providers Causing Recent Problems, Now Resolved, For Internet Phone Operator Vonage's Traffic, A Vonage Spokeswoman Said Wednesday

April 6, 2005

By Ben Charny

Vonage also said last month that a cable operator, along with Clearwire, was suspected of blocking calls and not letting some home-phone adapters work appropriately. The cable operator's identity and the exact cause of the problems were still shrouded in mystery Wednesday.

A Clearwire spokesman didn't immediately respond to a request for comment.

Blocked calls by design or technical error are becoming more commonplace for Vonage and other voice over Internet Protocol, or VoIP, telephone operators. The usual suspects are broadband providers, which view VoIP providers as unwanted hitchhikers on their networks. Because VoIP software lets any Internet connection double as an inexpensive phone line, Vonage and other "networkless" operators need only require subscribers to supply a broadband connection on their own.

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 Vonage VoIP Phone Service Scrambles For Numbers

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Wireless: Internet Phone Service Scrambles For Numbers

April 4, 2005

By Chris Oakes

Paris - Internet phone service, once only for computers with special software and special headphones, has adapted to work using not only old-fashioned telephones but old-fashioned telephone numbers as well.

Around Europe, these new low-cost services are distributing conventional dialing codes along with each new account for Internet phone service, called VOIP, for voice over Internet protocol.

"VOIP phones are now accessed by dialing telephone numbers that look like normal telephone numbers - because that's exactly what they are," said Graeme Maguire, communications partner at Bird & Bird, an international commercial law firm based in London.

But on the Internet, nobody knows what country code you are calling from. So far, there are no clear patterns in the way these numbers are allocated around the world.

VOIP dialing codes may be assigned just like conventional lines or, as with mobile accounts, they may begin with a new prefix.

"This has been one of the more contentious issues that have been playing out in different countries," Maguire said.

Consumer VOIP services in the United States handle Internet lines via partnerships with regional fixed-line phone providers. As a result, a U.S. phone number for a VOIP service like Vonage can be called the same way as a number for Verizon or Sprint.

Customers can choose a number prefaced by any available U.S. area code, thereby allowing Vonage users to make their VOIP number a local call for people in a particular region.

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 Vonage VoIP Services Changing Phone Business

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Merging Services Shake Up Phone Business

April 3, 2005

By Staff

NEW ORLEANS — Cellphones and Internet-based calling revolutionized the traditional phone call. WiFi cut the Internet's cord.

Now the three technologies are coming together, changing the rules of business communication and aiming at consumer wireless services and devices.

Cellular companies have taken notice and are moving to adopt the technology to expand their own offerings and keep an eye on a potential competitor, particularly for business customers.

"We're really at the pioneer stage," said Frank Hanzlik, managing director of the Wi-Fi Alliance, an Austin-based trade group whose members include Dell, Intel, Microsoft and Texas Instruments.

"The carriers are recognizing that voice over IP isn't going away and WiFi and hot spots are not going away," he said. "We're seeing a lot more awareness that WiFi and cellular together are really offering a very powerful combination."

That combination was an undercurrent running throughout CTIA Wireless 2005, the annual wireless industry convention held in March by the Cellular Telecommunications and Internet Association.

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 Vonage Internet Phones Going Mainstream

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Internet Phones Going Mainstream

April 3, 2005

By Staff

What once sounded like science fiction now has become the mainstream:

You can make a phone call using the Internet, and someday not all that long from now, that may be the way your neighbor does it, too.

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  • "VoIP is going to become the big thing," said Jeff Kagan, an independent telecommunications analyst based in Marietta, Ga. "It's challenging traditional phone service today."

    VoIP (pronounced "voyp"), short for Voice-over-Internet Protocol, has gone in the space of 10 years from a quirky idea to a product offered by 360 independent companies nationwide — and that's not counting the plans offered by the big telecoms and cable television companies.

    Things began happening for VoIP about two years ago, at about the time a company in Edison, N.J., called Vonage Holdings Corp. offered a national calling plan of just $25 a month. The company now has 500,000 subscribers.

    "Vonage really kind of kicked things off, and then beginning with last year, the cable companies got serious about it," said Phil Leigh, a senior analyst with Inside Digital Media Inc. in Tampa.

    Nationally, there were more than 1 million VoIP users, both residential and business, by the end of 2004. The year before, there were only 131,000, according to the Boston-based research company Yankee Group Inc.

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     Marco Andretti In The #26 Vonage Car Became Youngest Winner In Series History

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    Marco Andretti Became The Youngest Pole Winner In Series History In The #26 Vonage Dallara/Infiniti/Firestone

    April 3, 2005

    By Staff

    Bryan Herta has won the Marlboro Pole Award for the Honda Grand Prix of St. Petersburg after improving three positions during the Indy Racing League's inaugural Firestone Fast Six qualifying format.

    Herta, driving the #7 XM Satellite Radio Dallara/Honda/Firestone, lapped the 1.8-mile temporary street circuit in 1 minute, 2.5096 seconds, 103.664 mph, to earn his second consecutive pole position.

    Herta had the fourth-quickest time following the single-lap qualifying attempts by 20 of the 21 cars entered in Sunday's race.

    A.J. Foyt IV did not make a qualifying attempt due to mechanical failure.

    In a format designed specifically for the IRL's road- and street-course events, "The Firestone Fast-Six Qualifying," the top six cars returned to the track for 10 minutes to battle for the pole position. In the extended session, Herta moved past Tomas Enge, Helio Castroneves and team-mate Dario Franchitti.

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     Vonage Adding 15,000 Customers A Week

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    VON Event Showcases Service And Equipment Agreements

    April 1, 2005

    By Robert Poe

    In light of the torrent of announcements about VoIP services and equipment surrounding the recent VON conference in San Jose, the central question facing the nascent business resembles the one the kids in the back seat ask on long car trips: Is it here yet? Depending on how rambunctious the kids are, the best answer might be either "not yet" or "pretty soon."

    The highest-profile announcements had to do with services. In particular, Vonage noted that it had reached more than 500,000 subscriber lines. That was up from 75,000 at the end of 2003 and 390,000 at the end of 2004. The rate of new subscriber take-up rose from 10,000 per week in the fourth quarter of 2004 to 15,000 a week in early March.

    In addition, AOL confirmed previous reports that it would be getting into the IP telephony business soon, using Level 3's national infrastructure and Sonus softswitching equipment. And there were persistent reports that Google is seriously considering getting into the VoIP market, as well as speculation that Yahoo and MSN would soon do the same. VoIP calling is a natural evolution for providers like AOL, Yahoo and MSN that already offer voice-capability instant messaging or even PC-based Internet phone service.

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