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 The Cranky Consumer

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The Cranky Consumer

December 28, 2004

By Shawn Young

Enticed by the cost savings, hundreds of thousands of people are experimenting with making phone calls over the Internet -- and many areditching their conventional phone service altogether.

A growing list of companies now offer Internet calling, known as voice over Internet protocol, or VOIP. In addition to start-up companies such as Vonage Holdings Corp., big phone and cable companies such as AT&T Corp., Verizon Communications Inc. and Time Warner Inc. have jumped into the business. SBC Communications Inc., the nation's second-largest local phone company (by revenue) after Verizon, also has announced plans to join the fray.

As the competition heats up, prices are falling. Some of the big providers have cut their rates twice in the past six months. Most providers sell the service for a flat rate, ranging from $20 to $40 a month, that includes unlimited local and long-distance calling. That is about a third to half the price of comparable conventional phone service.

 Posted by vonage on Wednesday, December 29 @ 00:00:00 EST
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 Vonage To Offer Free Calls For Troops Through 2005

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Vonage To Offer Free Calls For Troops Through 2005

December 28, 2004

By Colin C. Haley

Vonage will continue to offer military personnel in Afghanistan and Iraq free phone calls to their families in the United States throughout 2005, the Voice over IP (define) provider said today.

Soldiers have already made more than 200,000 phone calls totaling more than two million minutes through Vonage, with a significant uptick in traffic from Thanksgiving to New Year's.

"We first sent [VoIP adapters] to Afghanistan over the summer and to Iraq last winter," Mitchell Slepian, a Vonage spokesman, told internetnews.com. "We distributed them knowing that the troops were in need."

 Posted by vonage on Tuesday, December 28 @ 22:26:33 EST
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 Video Phones To Ring Up Sales

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Video Phones To Ring Up Sales
The Sci-Fi Phone Seems Ready To Finally Land On Solid Ground


December 28, 2004

By Phillip Swann

Washington, D.C. (December 28) -- Shares of WorldGate, the Pennsylvania-based company which makes video phones, jumped nearly 25 percent on Monday on extremely heavy volume. The increase was another sign that Wall Street -- and possibly Main Street -- is finally ready to accept what was once regarded as a science-fiction fantasy.

The video phone, which enables telephone callers to actually see each other,was first introduced at the New York World's Fair in 1964. Many futurists and pundits said that the two-way video device would be in the majority of American homes within a decade or so. In 1970, Ma Bell spent nearly a billion dollars on a marketing campaign for its "Picture Phone."

But the phone company soon discovered that consumer demand for the video phone was weaker than a cup of Maxwell House and that the technology required to deliver video signals to the phone was on par with the Apollo project. The video phone became a relic before it ever became a reality. Ma Bell put it on the shelf along with five-digit phone numbers.

However, WorldGate and other video phone companies, such as Vonage and Viseon, are trying again and this time they might get it right. And here's why:

 Posted by vonage on Tuesday, December 28 @ 22:19:12 EST
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 The Best And Worst Of Tech, 2004

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The Best And Worst Of Tech, 2004

December 28, 2004

By Staff

While a lot of websites and media outlets roll out their "Best & Worst of" lists around the beginning of December, I've been a bit remiss in getting the list out this year. Normally it would be posted a few days before Christmas, that wasn't the case this year. Regardless, here's Techfocus's 4th annual list of the best and worst of 2004.

1. Vonage - While your cable companies and other providers are now beginning to offer VoIP services, Vonage has really set the stage for everyone else. While others twiddled their thumbs Vonage did most of the heavy lifting, and they deserve much of the credit for bringing VoIP much closer to the mainstream. In 2003, Vonage had about 89,000 customers. This year, they're at about 390,000. Not bad for a fledgling industry.

 Posted by vonage on Tuesday, December 28 @ 22:15:48 EST
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 Vonage(R) Launches Service in Tucson, Arizona

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Vonage(R) Launches Service in Tucson, Arizona

Full-Featured Flat-Rate Calling Comes to the Old Pueblo


 

EDISON, N.J., Dec. 28 -- Vonage Holdings Corp., the leading provider of broadband phone service, today announced local availability of its service in Tucson, Arizona.

High-speed Internet subscribers nestled in the Sonoran Desert can now take advantage of Vonage's broadband phone service offering free unlimited local and long distance calling. Each plan includes the most popular features like call waiting, call forwarding and voicemail for one low, flat monthly rate. Vonage customers in the Old Pueblo can now keep their current numbers or choose telephone numbers within the popular (520) area code.

"Consumers and small businesses in Wildcats territory will no longer fumble when it comes to selecting the best phone service. Vonage has scored a touchdown in Tucson with its inexpensive full-featured phone service," said Jeffrey A. Citron, chairman and CEO of Vonage Holdings Corp. "Our local presence in the Tucson area gives consumers the option to choose a phone service that provides a great alternative to current high priced traditional Bell providers."


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 Vonage(R) Canada names Don O'Leary vice president, Finance

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Vonage(R) Canada names Don O'Leary vice president, Finance

MISSISSAUGA, ON, Dec. 28 /CNW/ - Bill Rainey, president of Vonage Canada, today announced the appointment of Don O'Leary, CA, to the position of vice president, Finance. Vonage Canada is a subsidiary of Vonage Holdings Corp., the leading provider in North America of phone service through high-speed Internet connections.

Mr. O'Leary's mandate is to ensure Vonage Canada maintains the highest possible levels of financial performance and operational efficiency. He will oversee every aspect of Vonage Canada's financial management, business planning, legal, human resources, facilities and office management.

"Vonage Canada has taken a commanding lead in providing phone service over the Internet to Canadian consumers and small businesses. As competition intensifies among providers of Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP), Don's financial expertise will help ensure that Vonage Canada can continue to provide Canadians with an unbeatable service at the lowest possible price," said Bill Rainey.


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 Free Vonage(R) Phone Service to Our Nation's Troops

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Free Vonage(R) Phone Service to Our Nation's Troops Allows Them to Spend Over Two Million Minutes on the Phone With Loved Ones

Soldiers made Over Two-Hundred Thousand Calls Home from Iraq and Afghanistan


EDISON, N.J., Dec. 28 -- Vonage Holdings Corp., the leading provider of broadband phone service, today announced that its donation of free phone service to the United States military stationed in Iraq and Afghanistan has allowed our nation's soldiers to make over 200,000 phone calls, spending over two million minutes on the phone with loved ones back in the US. Vonage plans to continue this program throughout 2005.

"Vonage has noticed an increase in calls during the holiday season and is glad we have been able to give our troops the ability to call their families to say happy holidays and tell them how much they are missed and wish them a great New Year," stated Jeffrey A. Citron, chairman and CEO of Vonage Holdings Corp. "We recognize the sacrifices the men and women of the United States Armed Forces are making in Iraq and Afghanistan, and although we cannot do anything to get them back to their families any faster, we are doing our best to use our service to help make the loneliness of their deployment a little more bearable."


 Posted by vonage on Tuesday, December 28 @ 14:00:51 EST
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 Declining To Go The Long Distance

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Declining To Go The Long Distance

December 26, 2004

By Griff Witte

Long distance doesn't mean much to a 17-year-old who can call friends in a dozen states and never have to worry how much it will cost, as long as she doesn't go over her wireless minutes.

And that, more than anything, is why the whole concept of long distance is on its way out.

Though the disappearance of long distance has played out gradually, 2004 was a signal year in its demise.
In July, AT&T Corp. -- the once venerable Ma Bell herself --
announced the company would stop marketing long-distance service to consumers. Then, bloodied by Federal Communications Commission decisions that went against them, longtime long-distance giants MCI Inc. and Sprint Corp. quietly followed AT&T's lead. When Sprint announced this month it would merge with Reston-based Nextel Communications Inc., consumer long-distance service was barely mentioned. The deal was all about wireless.

For today's long-distance caller, the choices are many: a bundled wireline plan from one of the major phone companies; Internet calling with an upstart like Vonage; a cell phone plan that measures minutes, not miles; even service through cable TV and satellite companies.


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 Make Your Pirate Habits Walk The Plank; Go Legit

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Make Your Pirate Habits Walk The Plank; Go Legit

December 26, 2004

By Staff

Dear Propeller Head: I'm always looking for a way to stick it to the man. Do you know if Voice over IP is a good way to reduce my phone bill? - A. Hoffman

A: Dude, if you would stop using outdated expressions I might be able help you out. Please cease and desist with the stick it to the man comments. It makes me think that you finally saw School of Rock! I mean, dude.

For those who don't already know, with Voice over Internet Protocol, or VoIP, instead of plugging your phone into a regular phone jack, you plug it into a special adapter that then connects to your high-speed Internet connection.

As you pointed out, the primary reason people are looking into VoIP is to cut costs. In fact, many VoIP services will give you a lot more bang for your buck. Most features such as Caller ID and voice mail that cost extra with traditional phone service are free. Also, VoIP has features that regular phone service could only dream of.

 Posted by vonage on Monday, December 27 @ 23:23:12 EST
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 Companies Cast Wide Web To Offer Internet Phoning

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Companies Cast Wide Web To Offer Internet Phoning

December 25, 2004

By Staff

PALM BEACH, Fla. - Every new technology has found its way to the American home, and it's the strategy that Vonage Inc. and AT&T Corp. are following to make phone calls over the Internet as ubiquitous as traditional land-line service.

Vonage, the largest player in the so-called Voice-over Internet Protocol, or VoIP, market, began offering its trendy phone technology in major electronics and office supply retail outlets this year.

 Posted by vonage on Monday, December 27 @ 23:10:20 EST
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