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 Vonage Goes Mobile

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Vonage Goes Mobile

January 5, 2005

By Jay Wrolstad

Internet phone company Vonage is developing a mobile phone that uses Wi-Fi technology, with the goal of providing VoIP service to the growing number of people embracing wireless broadband systems.

Vonage has partnered with IP networking specialist UTStarcom to create the F-1000 handheld, enabling calls on 802.11b networks. Delivery of the phone is expected during the spring or summer, with the price yet to be determined.

Wi-Fi Access in Demand

"We are seeing increased demand for a Wi-Fi phone, which appeals particularly to people that have the equipment in their home or office, as well as travelers who can access hotspots at hotels, airports and other areas," Vonage spokesperson Jamie Serino told NewsFactor.

Adding mobile service boosts the company's portfolio of products and potentially broadens the customer base, he said. The Vonage-UTStarcom partnership also offers retailers an opportunity to increase sales and expand into a new category by leveraging Vonage's position in the VoIP market and UTStarcom's expertise in next-generation telecommunications, according to Serino.

 Posted by vonage on Thursday, January 06 @ 10:57:32 EST
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 Vonage Takes VoIP Over Wi-Fi Into Consumer Mainstream

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Vonage Takes VoIP Over Wi-Fi Into Consumer Mainstream

January 5, 2005

By Al Senia

Amid the barrage of interesting technologies and new products scheduled for introduction at this week's Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas is an intriguing notion: The marriage of VoIP and Wi-Fi technologies.

Consumer VoIP pioneer Vonage has struck an alliance with IP phone provider UTStarcom to introduce a portable Wi-Fi handset, the F-1000, configured with Vonage's phone service. The product, which will be available nationwide by June, is designed to offer Vonage subscribers, who pay around $25 monthly for service, mobility across 802.11b networks. The price for the mobile phone hasnąt been determined, but it's expected to be around $100. (Vonage might even give the phone away for free to subscribers who sign a long-term service contract.)

 Posted by vonage on Thursday, January 06 @ 10:55:03 EST
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 Skype Upgrades Service; Vonage Launches In The UK

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Skype Upgrades Service; Vonage Launches In The UK

January 5, 2005

By Matt Whipp

Skype has announced version 1.1 of its Internet telephony service, adding new cosmetic flourishes and improved instant messaging features to put it better placed compared with other messaging rivals.

While Skype had always touted its voice service as its key feature, critics pointed to its rather spartan instant messaging functions compared with rivals.

In version 1.1, Windows users at least get the ability to start chat rooms of up to 50 people. Additional new features in Skype v1.1 include improved contact list management and presentation, new mini avatars alongside highlighted contacts and new tray alerts that help users monitor their contacts and messaging.

In other news, Vonage, the leading US Internet telephony provider announced it had doubled its subscriber base to 400,000 and was working with a handset builder to offer a WiFi-enabled handset that can hook up to available wireless hotspots. The company launched its service in the UK 28 December and has teamed up with the likes of Tesco and Carphonewarehouse for its sales channel, according to some reports.

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 Vonage Offers VoIP Mobile Phone

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Vonage Offers VoIP Mobile Phone

January 5, 2005

By Andrew Orlowski

Voice over IP pioneer Vonage is to market a mobile phone handset for around $100, the company announced today.

Existing subscribers may be offered the handset, the F1000, for free. The handset could be used at Wi-Fi hotspots, but given the chaotic state of the infant Wi-Fi market - with a paucity of hotspots and few roaming agreements - Vonage's moby is more likely to take the place of the cordless home handset.

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 Vonage Will Offer Wireless Phones

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Vonage Will Offer Wireless Phones
Handsets, Coming In Mid-2005, Will Eliminate The Need For A VoIP Adapter


January 5, 2005

Vonage Holdings announced this week that it has partnered with two companies to offer wireless telephone handsets for its Voice over IP service.

Vonage Holdings announced this week that it has partnered with two companies to offer wireless telephone handsets for its Voice over IP service.

Both phones will eliminate the need for Vonage customers to buy VoIP adapters to connect with traditional, non-VoIP phones. Vonage in the past has marketed the adapters, but not VoIP phones, says Louis Mamakos, Vonage's chief technology officer.

Vonage, which provides VoIP service to residential and small business customers, announced it will begin offering a VTech Holdings cordless VoIP telephone through retail outlets by mid-2005.

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 Vonage Gets Bells Ringing With A UK Launch

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London, January 06, 2004
- Vonage, the leading provider of broadband phone services in North America, today announces its plans for launch in the United Kingdom.

Launching on the 6 January 2005, Vonage products will be available to buy through the website www.vonage.co.uk.

Vonage offers consumers and small businesses an affordable alternative to traditional telephone services by using Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) to make phone calls using a standard telephone, rather than a headset plugged into a PC.

Vonage provides a convenient phone adapter/router which converts analogue signals to digital signals which plugs into a broadband connection. A standard telephone can then be plugged into the adapter so that when a call is made or received the signal is converted to digital and routed through a high-speed DSL or cable modem across the Internet and back through a traditional phone network to the receiver’s phone – providing low cost and high quality phone calls anywhere in the world.

“Establishing Vonage within Europe and with a strong central base in the United Kingdom has always been a priority”, said Jeffrey A. Citron, chairman and CEO of Vonage. “As a leading provider of broadband phone service, Vonage is rapidly becoming an industry benchmark. We are very pleased to demonstrate our commitment to the European market and to offer UK customers our full-featured, cost-effective calling plans.”

Offers start at Ł9.99 per month which will include unlimited calling to landline phones within the UK and to the Republic of Ireland, as well as free benefits including:

 Posted by vonage on Thursday, January 06 @ 10:22:52 EST
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 VONAGE® CROSSES 400,000 LINE MARK

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VONAGE® CROSSES 400,000 LINE MARK
 
Biggest Broadband Telephony Provider Netted More than 300,000 Lines in 2004 
 
Edison, NJ, January 5, 2005 – Vonage, the leading broadband telephony provider, today announced it has exceeded 400,000 total lines on its network, doubling its subscriber base in less than six months since reaching the 200,000 line mark.  The company ended 2004 with more than 390,000 lines in service having added 115,000 lines in Q4 2004 alone.

“Again, Vonage has set the benchmark, proving its value proposition to a marketplace starved for full-featured, cost-effective alternatives to the incumbent local exchange carriers,” said Jeffrey A. Citron, chairman and CEO of Vonage Holdings Corporation.   “Having added more than 300,000 lines in 2004, Vonage has once again illustrated its prowess in leading the transformation of the telecommunications industry.”

Using the latest technology, Vonage sets the standard for the new generation of phone service with residential and business calling plans:


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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.

 Posted by vonage on Wednesday, January 05 @ 01:28:18 EST
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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 @ 01:24:35 EST
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