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 Consumer Retail Tries To Get Versed In VoIP

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Consumer Retail Tries To Get Versed In VoIP

January 19, 2005

By Mike Angell

As more consumers and small businesses explore the idea of making phone calls via the Internet, they’ll likely go to a familiar place to learn about the technology: consumer electronics retailers.

But retailers may not be wellequipped to explain the benefits and limitations of Internet calling technology — known as VoIP, or voice over Internet protocol. Informal visits to retailers like Best Buy, Circuit City and Office Depot showed that store employees had the VoIP gear, the displays and the brochures — but little in terms of training and knowledge.

VoIP service providers hope retailers will be an important avenue for selling the service. And retailers say they can provide the in-store help and answer questions most people have about the service. But both sides admit it will take time before VoIP becomes as familiar as other electronics wares.

 Posted by vonage on Thursday, January 20 @ 00:00:00 EST
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 Vonage VoIP Wireless - New Hotspot

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Wireless: The New Hotspot For VoIP

January 18, 2005

By Ben King

Just as voice over IP is becoming widely used over wired connections, the technology is also starting to crop up on wireless networks as an cheap alternative to mobile phone service. Ben King looks at the outlook for this space - and the challenges that must be overcome.

Mobiles work pretty well for voice calls. Wi-Fi works pretty well for data. So why on earth would anyone want to run voice calls over Wi-Fi?

Like climbing Mount Everest, the simplest reason for it is: 'Because it's there.'

Once you've found a Wi-Fi hotspot in an airport, your home or office, you have a generous supply of bandwidth, and usually you'll be on an all-you-can-eat tariff. So you might as well run your voice calls over it at no extra cost, and save your mobile bill.

 Posted by vonage on Wednesday, January 19 @ 18:44:59 EST
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 Vonage VoIP Linksys Router

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Vonage: Linksys RT31P2 VoIP Router

January 13, 2005

By Ronny Ko

2004 was labeled the year for Voice-over-IP (VoIP). The technology has come a long way and it is now a reality that you can cheaply make telephone calls over the internet. The Linksys RT31P2 lets you use your existing handsets.

Based on Linksys existing and tested router technology, this router comes with two extra phone ports that allow you to continue to leverage your traditional telephone handsets. The two phone ports work independently of each other which allows you to make two separate telephone calls at the same time.

 Posted by vonage on Wednesday, January 19 @ 17:49:06 EST
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 Vonage VoIP Videophone - See Who's Calling, Not Just Hear Them

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Videophone: See Who's Calling, Not Just Hear Him

January 17, 2005

By Zatni Arbi

We have been talking about videophones for a very long time. We want the ability to see the face of the person we are talking to through the telephone.

However, suppose someone asks us whether we really need videophones, or whether videophones will really improve our productivity, our answer is most likely to be "no, not really". For most of us, videophones are something that would be nice to have, and that is it.

Especially at home, where we rarely look presentable, we may rarely turn on the video camera. Who would be dressed nicely or perfectly made-up at any time during the day just to look OK on the videophone in case someone calls? Only those sinetron (TV soap opera) stars would.

In the past, the promises to add video to the telephone were never truly delivered. Data compression was not as good as it is now, although even now it is not as good as it should be. That is why videophones were not commonplace.

However, times are changing.

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 Vonage VoIP Offers Area Code Selection

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VoIP Offers Choice Of Area Codes

January 15, 2005

By Jim Rossman

I want to get VoIP service, but I'd like to get a phone number with a different area code so my relatives, who all live across the country, could call me without paying for long-distance. Will the VoIP companies check or verify where I live? Do they care?

Y.C., Dallas

VoIP stands for voice over Internet protocol, which means using your Internet connection to make telephone calls.

Vonage is the largest VoIP provider, with more than 400,000 numbers. When you sign up for its service, you can get a number with any area code you wish.

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 Vonage VoIP Is Making The Traditional Phone Call History

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Talking In Style With VoIP

January 14, 2005

By Kelvin Taylor

In 1876, Alexander Graham Bell conducted the first successful experiment with the telephone by saying those famous words, "Mr. Watson, come here. I want you!" Fast-forward 129 years, and voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) is making that type of traditional phone call one for the history books. Now traditional telecom companies, cable companies, and equipment makers are racing to offer VoIP services to customers.

What is VoIP, you ask? With traditional long-distance service, you pick up the phone, dial the number, and the call is charged on a per-minute basis by your long-distance phone company. With VoIP, the same call is routed over the Internet via a VoIP provider -- similar to an ISP -- thus circumventing your long-distance phone company entirely. The major advantage of VoIP and Internet telephony is that it avoids the tolls charged by ordinary telephone service. So long, long-distance bills.

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 FCC Questions States' Appeals To Vonage VoIP Ruling

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Powell Questions States' VoIP Appeals

January 13, 2005

By Roy Mark

WASHINGTON -- Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Chairman Michael Powell said today that states appealing the FCC's November decision ruling Voice over IP an interstate service "pretty much makes zero sense to me."

Minnesota, California, Ohio and New York have all announced they are heading to court to challenge the FCC ruling, which preempts state and local regulation of Internet telephony services. The ruling grew out of N.J.-based Vonage's request to be declared an interstate service in order to avoid state efforts to tax and treat Internet telephony as a traditional telephone service.

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 Vonage Targets UK BT's Customers

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Vonage Targets BT's Customers With UK Marketing Campaign

January 13, 2005

By Staff

Vonage, the leading US Internet telephony firm, is aiming to win a share of BT's huge customer base with the launch of a multi-million-pound UK marketing drive within the next two weeks.

The company is aiming to more than double its subscriber base by the end of 2005, helped by its UK service which soft-launched last week. CEO Jeffrey Citron said it was aiming for 1m users worldwide by the end of the year, up from 400,000 now.

Citron said Vonage would be competing against BT rather than other Internet telephony firms. "Our only rival is the incumbent operator - it's the one with the customers," he said.

 Posted by vonage on Saturday, January 15 @ 00:00:00 EST
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 Vonage Slips Quietly Into The UK VoIP Market

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US Provider Slips Quietly Into The UK VoIP Sector

January 13, 2005

By Julian Watson

On 6 January, US service provider Vonage officially started offering voice-over-IP (VoIP) in the UK. But in contrast to the hype surrounding the technology and the company, this was an unassuming launch.

At present, residents and small businesses can only sign up to the service - prices for which start at £9.99 a month - through the Vonage Web site. They get unlimited calling to fixed-line phones in the UK and Ireland, and free benefits including Voicemail Plus, three-way calling and calls to mobiles from 5p a minute.

So why the modest introduction? Hype isn't Vonage's style. In its main two markets, the US and Canada, it waited several months after launch before embarking on a serious marketing effort. It now has more than 400,000 subscribers, having doubled its customer base in the past six months. Customers and critics of VoIP can exchange their views at The emphasis is on engagement with users, not hype.

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 Vonage VoIP Phone To Speed Voice Over Wi-Fi To Market

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New Vonage VoIP Phone To Speed Voice-Over Wi-Fi To Consumer Market, Says ABI Research

January 13, 2005

By Robert Hoskins

1/13/05 - On January 4, Vonage and UTStarcom, Inc. announced a partnership to introduce a portable Wi-Fi handset, the F-1000, configured with Vonage's Voice over IP (VoIP) phone service. This product, which will offer mobility across 802.11b networks, will be available to Vonage subscribers in the U.S. during the spring/summer 2005. Meanwhile, the new service is being trialed internally.

While this is not the first foray into providing cellular phone services over Wi-Fi -- Net2Phone has been conducting a trial in Newark, New Jersey -- Vonage's extensive reach, via hotspot aggregator Boingo Wireless's 12,000+ locations in 48 U.S. states and 32 countries, means that F-1000 purchasers will enjoy a practical alternative to traditional cellular communications.

 Posted by vonage on Friday, January 14 @ 16:54:13 EST
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