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It’s Our Birthday, And We’re Giving You The Presents

March 3, 2005

By Peter Rojas

Hey, it’s our first birthday today and to celebrate we’re giving away a year’s worth of Vonage’s broadband telephone service.

Winning one of these fine prizes is easy: just tell us what’s your favorite Engadget post of the past year. It can be anything, a regular post, an interview, a how-to, a review, or whatever, just paste up a link to it along with a couple of lines about why it’s your fave and we’ll pick nine winners at random from among the entries (and it’ll be random who gets which prize). You have until noon on Sunday to enter, ok?

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 FCC Slaps Fine On Blocker Of Vonage VoIP

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FCC Slaps Fine On VoIP-Blocking Telecom

March 3, 2005

By Roy Mark

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) today fined a North Carolina telecom holding company $15,000 for blocking Voice over IP (define) calls to their customers.

In addition to the fine, Madison River Communications of Mebane, N.C., agreed to refrain from blocking VoIP traffic and to put measures into place to ensure that such blocking won't happen again.

"We saw a problem, and we acted swiftly to ensure that Internet voice service remains a viable option for consumers," outgoing FCC Chairman Michael K. Powell said in a statement. "The industry must adhere to certain consumer protection norms if the Internet is to remain an open platform for innovation."

The FCC action came after VoIP providers Vonage and Nuvio complained to the agency broadband providers are blocking or degrading their Internet telephony services. In public comments, neither Vonage nor Nuvio named the providers blocking their traffic.

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 FCC: Block Vonage And Get Fined $15K

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FCC Fines N.C. Provider $15K For Blocking Vonage

March 3, 2005

By Paul Kapustka

So who's the guilty party that was blocking Vonage's Voice over IP service? A North Carolina-based service provider, which on Thursday agreed to pay a $15,000 fine for its actions and pledged not to block VoIP traffic in the future.

The Federal Communications Commission announced Thursday that it had reached a $15,000 consent decree with Madison River Communications, a Mebane, North Carolina service provider that calls itself the "17th largest phone company in the US," with "234,204 connections in service."

According to the FCC, Madison River pledged to "refrain from blocking VOIP traffic and ensure that such blocking will not recur." FCC chairman Michael Powell, who has made his vision for "Internet Freedoms" a very public crusade, said the decree supports his views that the Internet should remain open to all types of traffic.

"In my view, the surest way to preserve 'Net Freedom' is to handle these issues in an enforcement context where hypothetical worriers give way to concrete facts and -- as we have shown today -- real solutions," said Powell in a statement released by the FCC. "The industry must adhere to certain consumer protection norms if the Internet is to remain an open platform for innovation," he added.

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 Vonage IPO? Citron, CEO Of The Pioneer VoIP Firm Gives No Hints

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Vonage Phones In

March 3, 2005

By Staff

Vonage CEO Jeffrey Citron stopped by yesterday. For a mile-a-minute New York talker, he was deafeningly silent on the subject of his company's future financing plans. (We mentioned Vonage as a potential IPO candidate last week.) But he gave us an update on his four-year-old company, which, for those who don't know, is the largest provider of Internet phone service, also known as VOIP (voice over Internet protocol).

By my back-of-the-envelope calculation, if Vonage keeps adding customers at its current pace, it could earn as much as $223 million in revenue this year, which would more than double its revenues last year. That's a lot of dough, and it explains a crazy rumor I heard recently about Vonage's valuation. ($1 billion. Citron wouldn't comment.)

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 Vonage Victorious in Port Blocking Case

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Vonage Victorious in Port Blocking Case

Last month, the Enforcement Bureau issued a Letter of Inquiry (“LOI”) to Madison River Communication, LLC initiating an investigation about allegations that Madison River was blocking ports used for VoIP applications, thereby affecting customers’ ability to use VoIP through one or more VoIP service providers.

The ruling concluded that Madison River is required to make a voluntary payment to the United States Treasury in the amount of fifteen thousand dollars ($15,000.00). In order to resolve and terminate the Investigation, the Bureau also requires that Madison River shall not block ports used for VoIP applications or otherwise prevent customers from using VoIP applications.

For full details, please read the FCC release below.

March 3, 2005 David Fiske 202-418-0513
Richard Diamond 202-418-0506

FCC Chairman Michael K. Powell Commends Swift Action to Protect Internet Voice Services

The Enforcement Bureau of the Federal Communications Commission reached a $15,000 consent decree today with Madison River Communication, LLC that will ensure uninterrupted Internet voice service on the company’s network.

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 Vonage® Canada And London Drugs To Offer Internet Phone Service

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London Drugs becomes first western-Canadian retailer to bring Vonage to ‘telco-weary’ consumers

VANCOUVER, BC -- March 3, 2005 -- Vonage Canada, the country’s leading provider of Internet phone service, today announced that London Drugs will sell its affordable, full-feature, flat-rate digital phone service at more than 60 of its stores in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba. Starting March 8, Canadian consumers and small businesses who have high-speed Internet access can sign up for service by purchasing one of three different Vonage Start-Up kits at any London Drugs location. Customers can choose from the Linksys PAP2 Telephone Adapter, the Linksys RT31P2 Wired Router and the Linksys WRT54GP2 wireless router.

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 Nations Sphere And Vonage Canada Bring Broadband And VoIP To Aboriginal

Vonage Press ReleasesNations Sphere And Vonage Canada Bring Broadband And VoIP To Aboriginal Communities

Partnership enables Aboriginal communities to stay connected and join the global Internet economy

WINNIPEG, MB, March 2, 2005 – Today, Vonage Canada, Canada’s leading broadband phone service provider and Nations Sphere, a leading Internet service provider (ISP) to Canada’s Aboriginal communities, announced a partnership to extend affordable Internet phone service to tens of thousands of First Nations peoples. Nations Sphere will sell Vonage’s award-winning broadband phone service under the MetHawk Telenet brand.

Nations Sphere, a 100-percent Aboriginal-owned company, provides Aboriginal communities across Canada with high-speed Internet service, including teleconferencing, tele-health, distance education and Internet TV. Through a private label partnership with Vonage, Nations Sphere will be the first Aboriginal ISP to offer broadband Internet and Internet telephone service powered by Vonage’s Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) technology. Aboriginal communities in remote locations, previously only bystanders on the information highway with neither reliable nor affordable telephone service, will have access to both high-speed Internet service and affordable phone service when Nations Sphere launches the bundled offering later this year.

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 Vonage Sees Future In Wireless VoIP

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Reuters Summit - Vonage Sees Future In Wireless

March 1, 2005

By Justin Hyde

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Vonage Holdings Corp., the largest seller of consumer Internet-based telephone service, said on Tuesday it was exploring ways to allow its customers to use the service over cellular phone networks.

Vonage Chairman and Chief Executive Jeffrey Citron said the company had held talks for roaming agreements with all the major cellular companies, but the technological hurdles remained high.

Vonage's customers plug phones into specially designed Internet adapters that convert voice calls into data sent over the Web, a technology that Vonage sees as more efficient than dedicated voice lines that traditional phones use.

Later this year, Vonage will offer a telephone handset with Vonage software that transmits calls over Wi-Fi wireless Internet connections. Citron said that while the handset was not meant to replace a cell phone, Vonage would eventually like to have such handsets be able to use cellular networks.

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 Vonage Adds To The Telecommuter Experience

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Making The Case

February 28, 2005

By Mike Drummond

Telework: 24 million Americans work from home. Will the trend spread?

Supreme Court Chief Justice William Rehnquist became the nation's highest profile telecommuter last week, thrusting the issue of working off-site into the spotlight.

Rehnquist, 80, will read transcripts of oral arguments from home as he battles thyroid cancer.

He joins an estimated 24 million Americans who "telework" full or part time, a figure that's remained flat over the past few years, according to data compiled by the International Telework Association and Council. It remains to be seen if Rehnquist's work-from-home routine will jump-start a practice regarded in many quarters as a cure for car pollution, traffic congestion and work-life balance.

Survey results this month of federal workers showed that some agencies are dragging their heels when it comes to telecommuting, even after Congress established incentives for agencies that promote telework options, according to government-focused IT vendor CDW Government.

Telework proponents note that despite uneven job creation through much of this decade, teleworking has remained relatively stable. Any lull is temporary, they say, arguing that advancing high-speed and wireless Internet connectivity, which sparked a wave of telecommuting in the late 1990s, will keep the movement aloft.

"I think we're at the early stages of a ground shift and you're going to see more people work from where ever they can work," says Brooke Schulz, spokeswoman for Vonage.

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 Vonage VoIP - A New Age Of Web Dialing

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Try New Age Web Dialing

March 7, 2005

By Mary Kathleen Flynn

There's a new kid on the telecom block--courtesy of high-speed Internet connections.

Voice over Internet protocol (VOIP) has been batted about in techie circles for many years. Over the past few years, it has been installed in many large companies to replace traditional telephone systems for internal calls. But within the past year or so, home users have begun to buy VOIP services, using their broadband Internet connections to make phone calls across the same pipes that carry the Web traffic. The start-up Vonage has packaged VOIP for the home user. Vonage's Digital Voice service costs $25 per month for unlimited local and long-distance calls in North America. The company boasts 450,000 customers, with an additional 10,000 coming onboard each week.

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