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 Vonage Canada Cuts Price for Premium Unlimited Internet Phone Service

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Vonage Canada Cuts Price for Premium Unlimited Internet Phone Service

Toronto, Ontario, January 5, 2005 - Vonage Canada, the country's leading provider of broadband phone service, today reduced the monthly cost of its Residential Premium Unlimited Plan to just $39.99 CAD. Vonage Canada's Residential Premium Unlimited Plan offers unlimited calling anywhere in North America - plus an extensive, all-inclusive range of cool phone features and options only available through broadband telephony service, and unbelievably low rates on international calls.
 
"Now, more Canadians than ever can afford to make the entire continent of North America their local calling area, and say goodbye forever to the restrictions of traditional landline phone service," said Joe Parent, vice-president of marketing and business development for Vonage Canada.
 
"As Vonage Canada has grown, we've become far more efficient and effective at delivering service to our loyal customers," said Bill Rainey, president of Vonage Canada. "In appreciation of their patronage, we have passed these savings directly along to our customers, and have already moved customers to the lower price plan with no hassle or fuss.  We will continue to look for new ways for customers to reap financial rewards from Vonage Canada's continued success."


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 The Telecom (Better Late Than Never) Revolution

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The Telecom (Better Late Than Never) Revolution

January 4, 2005

By David C. McCourt

Is it possible that, eight years after the landmark 1996 Telecommunications Act was passed, federal regulators are finally understanding what the telecommunications revolution was supposed to be about?

Recent evidence is encouraging. In November 2004, the Federal Communications Commission ruled that Vonage, one of the leading providers of telephone services over the Internet, or Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP), was exempt from the usual labyrinth of state regulation because it clearly offered an interstate service. The news about Vonage was preceded by an October rule letting telephone companies construct a fiber-optic network within 500 feet of a home without having to share it with competitors. At the same time, the FCC announced that electricity providers could offer Internet service over their power lines.

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 Wireless Net Calling Targets Masses

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Wireless Net Calling Targets Masses

January 4, 2005

By Paul Davidson

Internet phone calling, which is already rocking the traditional phone business, is poised to take on the cell phone industry later this year.

Vonage, the No. 1 Internet phone company, will unveil plans Tuesday to offer subscribers a wireless Wi-Fi phone that can make calls over the Internet at homes or at public Wi-Fi hot spots. For Vonage subscribers, the phone could amount to a kind of limited-use cell phone that would cost nothing extra.

Several smaller companies have introduced Wi-Fi phones in the USA at prices ranging from $130 to $750. But Vonage's move would mark the first mass-market rollout of the device at a lower price, probably around $100.

"Our customers are asking for it," says Vonage CEO Jeffrey Citron.

 Posted by vonage on Wednesday, January 05 @ 02:24:35 UTC
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 VTech Shows Integrated VoIP Phone At 2005 CES

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VTech Shows Integrated VoIP Phone At 2005 CES

January 5, 2005

By Staff



The company is showcasing its new ip8100 5.8Ghz VoIP integrated phone and the new 4106 VoIP Terminal Adapter at the Consumer Electronics Show 2005 (CES).

"VTech has introduced revolutionary products for more than 25 years, so we are excited to partner with them to drive the much anticipated era of broadband telephony," said Jeffrey A. Citron, chairman and CEO of Vonage Holdings. "Together, we're making it more convenient and economical to connect with people all over the world."

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 Vonage® And Texas Instruments

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Vonage® And Texas Instruments Continue Drive To Provide Consumers And Businesses Cutting-Edge Broadband Telephony Products

TI Voice over IP Technology Integrated in Two New Vonage-Compatible Devices Displayed at CES 2005

LAS VEGAS, NV, January 4, 2005Vonage, the leading broadband phone company and Texas Instruments Incorporated (TI) (NYSE:TXN), are extending their relationship to include TI VoIP software and semiconductors in new Vonage-compatible communications products available from partners, Viseon and VTech Communications. The two new devices, which will be shown at CES 2005, include the world’s first digital home telephone for VoIP from Viseon, and a cordless broadband telephone system from VTech. Both are compatible with Vonage’s service and are expected to be available in 2005. Last year, Vonage selected TI as its technology partner to enhance its current software offering and evolve new VoIP services leveraging TI’s market-leading VoIP technology.

“Vonage and TI are creating the technology that is making it possible for consumers and small businesses to use broadband telephony to communicate in new and better ways,” stated Jeffrey A. Citron, chairman and CEO of Vonage Holdings Corp. “TI’s technological expertise and proven track record in the VoIP software and silicon space, combined with Vonage’s leading flat-rate, full-featured calling plans open new paths to revolutionize broadband communications.”

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 Vonage® And Vtech Team Up To Redefine The Telecommunications Marketplace

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Vonage® And Vtech Team Up To Redefine The Telecommunications Marketplace

VTech to Develop the First 5.8 GHZ Expandable Broadband Phone System to be Configured with Vonage’s Service

LAS VEGAS, January 4, 2005Vonage, the leading broadband phone company and VTech, one of the largest suppliers of corded and cordless phones in North America have announced a partnership to develop a broadband cordless phone system, configured with Vonage’s service. This product, configured with the Texas Instruments (TI) TNETV1060 VoIP chipset, will be available at over 8,000 retail locations nationwide during the spring/summer 2005. The phone plugs directly into a customer’s broadband connection or router, eliminating the need for a stand alone adapter and telephone.


“Vonage is pleased to offer its customers the world’s first broadband phone system, as the company is always seeking to offer a variety of hardware choices for its innovative flat-rate, full featured calling plans that are rapidly becoming the touchstone of the telecommunications market,” stated Jeffrey A. Citron, chairman and CEO of Vonage Holdings Corp.

 Posted by vonage on Tuesday, January 04 @ 18:09:46 UTC
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 UTStarcom Unveils Its First Portable WI-FI Handset

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UTStarcom Unveils Its First Portable WI-FI Handset

New SIP-Enabled Handset Features Unparalleled Talk and Standby Time When Compared with Competitive Wi-Fi Phones

ALAMEDA, Calif., Jan. 4, 2005 - UTStarcom, Inc. (Nasdaq: UTSI), a global leader in IP-based, end-to-end networking solutions and services, today announced the debut of its F1000 portable Wi-Fi handset for the U.S. market.

(For more information on the F1000 Wi-Fi handset, please visit http://www.utstar.com/Solutions/Handsets/WiFi_Handsets/)

In addition, the company also announced today a partnership with Vonage to provide the handset to Vonage customers nationwide beginning in the Spring/Summer 2005.

(For more information on the UTStarcom/Vonage partnership, see the joint announcement Vonage and UTStarcom Partner to Introduce Wi-Fi Portable Handset, also released today.)

UTStarcom's F1000 Wi-Fi handset untethers consumers from their traditional phone lines, allowing them to make calls from anywhere there is a Wi-Fi hot spot's at home, at work, around the town; in airports, coffee shops, and hotels; and even internationally. The F1000 handset, which has received U.S. regulatory approval, provides all the features and functionality of a VoIP terminal adapter together with a standard cordless telephone, but has the advantage of letting the user talk from any available Wi-Fi access point instead of just the base that they have at home. The F1000 features a sleek form factor similar to today¡¦s cellular phones, has increased talk and standby times, and is priced significantly lower compared to other models on the market today.


UTStarcom believes that the features and price point of the F1000 Wi-Fi portable handset will be disruptive in the local telephone service market,¨ said Howard Frisch, product manager, UTStarcom.

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 Vtech® Premieres First Fully Integrated VOIP Phone At 2005 CES

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Vtech® Premieres First Fully Integrated VOIP Phone At 2005 CES

VTech and Vonage® Deliver Quality Broadband Telephony Products Enabling Faster, Cheaper and Easier Telecommunications for Customers

Las Vegas, January 4, 2005 – VTech® Communications, Inc. (a subsidiary of VTech Holdings Ltd. SEHK: 303; London SE: VTH; ADR: VTKHY), today announced the first ever fully integrated Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) broadband cordless 5.8GHz telephone, expandable up to four handsets, configured with Vonage’s® leading broadband service.

The largest supplier of corded and cordless phones in North America, VTech is showcasing the new ip8100 5.8Ghz VoIP integrated phone and the new 4106 VoIP Terminal Adapter at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES), January 6 – 8, 2005 at Caesars Palace, Florentine Ballroom, Las Vegas. VTech’s innovative VoIP products offer household and SOHO users all the benefits of regular cordless handsets with the added cost-savings, freedom and ease of talking over the Internet.


“VTech has introduced revolutionary products for more than 25 years, so we are excited to partner with them to drive the much anticipated era of broadband telephony,” said Jeffrey A. Citron, chairman and CEO of Vonage Holdings. “Together, we’re making it more convenient and economical to connect with people all over the world.”

 Posted by vonage on Tuesday, January 04 @ 17:13:58 UTC
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 Viseon Launches World’s First Digital Home Telephone for VoIP

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Viseon Launches World’s First Digital Home Telephone for VoIP

Dallas - Viseon, Inc. (OTCBB: VSNI), a global developer of broadband personal communications solutions, today announced the launch of the next generation VisiFoneTM at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Nevada on January 6th. The newly designed VisiFone, a significant improvement on the previous generation VisiFone, is the first digital consumer telephone designed to dramatically enhance the features offered by virtually all VoIP carriers in the U.S. and abroad. VisiFone development partner Texas Instruments and launch partner Vonage, the leading North American broadband telephony provider, will showcase the VisiFone at CES in their booths number 8202 and LVCC Booth 36163, South Hall respectively.

In addition to offering less expensive, unlimited calling plans, the new VisiFone will enable Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) carriers to provide all of the premium communication features made possible by a consumer’s digital broadband connection. Using the VisiFone, consumers can now experience digital CD-quality audio, TV-quality two-way video telephony and conveniently control and manage the features of their VoIP service right on the screen of their telephone. The power of broadband and VoIP is further expanded with a number of new consumer-friendly features never before available on any telephone, PC or videophone.


“The new VisiFone is the result of Viseon’s 10 years of broadband communications development experience."

We believe the VisiFone will literally revolutionize how tens of millions of consumers make telephone calls from home,” commented John Harris, Viseon’s president and CEO. “With 17 million new consumer VoIP subscribers projected in the U.S. alone over the next 48 months, we have a unique opportunity to write a new and exciting chapter in the history of personal communications.”


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 More Consumers Are Dialing Up Phone Service Over The Internet

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More Consumers Are Dialing Up Phone Service Over The Internet

January 3, 2005

By Staff

When stock analyst Frank Wagner decided to try Vonage, a low-cost provider of phone service over the Internet, his interest went beyond saving money on his monthly bill. He was curious whether the upstart Vonage could pose a serious challenge to phone giant SBC Communications Inc., the San Antonio-based company he watches closely.

Within two weeks of using Vonage, Wagner not only was sold on the $24.99 a month service, he saw first-hand that Vonage's high-tech calling plan presented a competitive threat. The value and the quality convinced him a year ago he should disconnect the SBC line at his San Antonio home, and he's used Vonage ever since.

"I still have my original phone number, and I pay a considerable amount less per month," said Wagner, who uses Vonage over his high-speed Internet connection. "We were paying about $60 a month for unlimited long distance calling with SBC, and now we're paying about $25."

By some estimates, there are more than 300 companies like Vonage, based in Edison, N.J., that use a technology called VoIP, or Voice over Internet Protocol, to route phone calls over the Internet.

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