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 Audio Extra: Future Of The Cell Phone

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Audio Extra: Future Of The Cell Phone

January 6, 2005

By Staff

Yuki Noguchi speaks with two UTStarcom execs -- Jeffrey Paine, vice president for strategic marketing, and Rick Phung, senior manager for product marketing -- about the future of cell phones. UTStarcom is working with Vonage to offer a WiFi cell phone -- expanding the type of phone hardware consumers can use with VoIP service.

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 UK To Get Broadband VoIP - Over Wi-Fi

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UK To Get Broadband VoIP - Over Wi-Fi

January 7, 2005

By Peter Judge

VoIP service provider Vonage has launched in the UK. The initial consumer voice-over-broadband service will be followed in Spring or Summer, with a Wi-Fi phone that can be used at public hotspots on the same account, and an SME offering that handles up to 50 lines through normal PBX equipment.

Vonage subscribers pay £9.99 per month for unlimited local and national calls, with low international call rates. The user plugs a conventional telephone into an adapter (which Vonage provides) that routes the call onto the user's ISP connection, so both incoming and outgoing calls go over the Internet. For £18.99, a small business package includes a separate dedicated fax number.

 Posted by vonage on Friday, January 07 @ 14:49:05 EST
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 Minnesota To Appeal FCC Vonage Ruling

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Minnesota To Appeal FCC Vonage Ruling
Decision Prohibits States From Regulating VOIP


January 6, 2005

By Grant Gross

WASHINGTON - The Minnesota Public Utilities Commission (PUC) plans to appeal a November decision by the U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) prohibiting states from regulating VOIP (voice over Internet Protocol) services, such as those offered by Vonage Holdings.

The appeal of the FCC's ruling would be the second appeal by a state public utilities commission after California filed a petition for review with the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit in December. The Minnesota appeal, to be filed with the Eighth Circuit appeals court, may be filed by the end of the week, said Burl Haar, executive secretary of the Minnesota PUC. The commission directed its lawyers to begin the appeals process earlier this week.

 Posted by vonage on Friday, January 07 @ 14:45:21 EST
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 Vonage Launches In U.K.

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Vonage Launches In U.K.

January 6, 2005

By John Blau

Consumers and small businesses in the U.K. can now take advantage of the same inexpensive Internet telephone service that Vonage Holdings Corp. offers its customers in North America.

Vonage, which calls itself the largest provider of voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) services in the U.S., officially launched a new Net telephony offering in Britain on Thursday, according to company spokesman Jamie Serino.
"Our U.K. Web site actually went live over the weekend," Serino said. "Our first customers signed up within hours — which is encouraging considering that we hadn't even begun to market the service."

Vonage has made a name for itself in the U.S. and Canada by selling a low-cost phone service. That, in a nutshell, is exactly what the company aims to achieve in the U.K., Serino said.

The prices speak for themselves: for £9.99 (US$19) per month, customers can make unlimited phone calls within the U.K. Small businesses are offered the same all-you-can eat phone service for £18.99 per month.

 Posted by vonage on Friday, January 07 @ 08:58:55 EST
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 Vonage Brings VoIP Service To The UK

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Vonage Brings VoIP Service To The UK

January 6, 2005

By Sylvia Carr

In its first move into Western Europe, Vonage is 'getting a feel' for the market with the release of its VoIP products in the UK.

US-based voice-over-IP company Vonage has opened for business in the UK, its first European market, with options for both home and small business users.

Home users pay £9.99 per month for unlimited local and national calls, low international rates and features such as caller ID and voicemail; the £18.99 small business offering adds to this a fax line.

Both can be ordered from the company's UK Web site, which launched on Tuesday.

Vonage offers voice services over a standard phone line and requires broadband and the installation of a hardware adapter to convert between analogue and digital signals.
The launch went off with little fanfare, though a company spokesperson said a full marketing push is expected later this year.

 Posted by vonage on Friday, January 07 @ 08:51:48 EST
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 Vonage Passes The 400,000 Subscribers Mark

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Vonage Passes The 400,000 Subscribers Mark

January 6, 2005

By Staff

This is an important step for Vonage, and for sure it's far from over. Their aggressive marketing campain seems to pay. Network devices manufacturers are signing deals and their service is starting to be sold in retail, an excellent sign that the technology is becoming usable by most people.

There is still work that needs to be done to make the installation easy, but it's getting there.

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 Vonage® VoIP Forum Adds Two XML RSS 2.0 News Feeds

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The Vonage® VoIP Forum - The only online forum solely dedicated to news, reviews, faq’s and discussion about Vonage® - The Broadband Phone Company®.

(PRWEB) January 7, 2005 -- The Vonage® VoIP Forum ( www.vonage-forum.com ) recently announced that it has added two XML RSS 2.0 News Feeds to it's website. With the addition of the two news feeds, The Vonage® Forums 4800 registered members and non-members alike will be able to access the most current Vonage forum postings and Vonage news with the use of a news reader or through a syndication service such as My Yahoo! In addition, the RSS feeds now enable the Vonage® VoIP Forums content to be syndicated by Google News. The Vonage® VoIP Forum contains more than 87,000 pages of Vonage® related content including over 1600 news articles.

The Vonage® Forum is used by potential and existing customers alike and is an excellent resource for anyone who needs help installing the Vonage® VoIP phone system on their broadband connection, particularly those choosing not to do a normal Vonage® plug-n-play setup, such as on a shared connection in a hotel or in a campus environment. For experienced VoIP users there are many technical discussions to draw from.

The Vonage® VoIP Forum is lightly moderated and all questions are normally replied to within a few hours – mostly within minutes. With over 4700 registered users there is always someone to help or give advice. The Vonage® Forum is operated independent from Vonage Holdings Corp.


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 Vonage Plans Cordless, Wireless, And Video VOIP

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Vonage Plans Cordless, Wireless, And Video VOIP

January 5, 2005

By Craig Ellison

In a series of joint press announcements, at CES, Vonage Holdings Corp. announced a number of new partnerships with leading providers of telephone devices.

VTech, noted manufacturer of corded and cordless telephones announced a 5.8Ghz phone that has a built-in terminal adapter that connects to Vonage's VoIP (Voice over IP) service via your home broadband connection. The ip8100's base station plugs directly into your broadband router and distributes your Vonage VoIP service wirelessly to up to 4 phones and eliminates the need for a separate terminal adapter.

 Posted by vonage on Thursday, January 06 @ 15:26:53 EST
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 Vonage Tops 400K Users

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Vonage Tops 400K Users; Dialpad Launches Cheap Service

January 6, 2005

By Staff

Vonage says it topped 400,000 subscribers to its VoIP service. The company added 115,000 lines in the first quarter of last year, and it ended 2004 with 390,000 lines –300,000 of them added in 2004.

Meanwhile, Vonage has yet another competitor in the form of five-year-old VoIP house Dialpad Communications, which until now has specialized primarily in using VoIP as a dial-around technology using phone cards and the like.

 Posted by vonage on Thursday, January 06 @ 11:33:57 EST
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 Vonage Phones In Hot WiFi Plans

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Vonage Phones In Hot WiFi Plans

January 5, 2005

By Cynthia L. Webb

Upstart Internet telephone company Vonage made its mark on telecom in 2004 and isn't backing down in 2005. The company this week said it will make chatting on the go even easier for consumers with WiFi technology, a move that could spook traditional mobile phone carriers in the same way as Internet phones are doing to the local Baby Bells.

The New Jersey-based Vonage yesterday said it will offer its customers a portable WiFi phone "that can make calls over the Internet at homes or at public WiFi 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," USA Today reported in advance on Monday. Vonage is touting its new product and other services at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.

 Posted by vonage on Thursday, January 06 @ 11:32:07 EST
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