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 Breaking News: Vonage Goes Video

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Breaking News: Vonage Goes Video

December 13, 2004

By Staff

Vonage is getting ready to launch a videophone version of its voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) voice service. The company signed a deal with video telephone maker Viseon under which it will market Viseon's forthcoming next- generation broadband video telephone, the VisiFone II, scheduled to be ready for market in the first quarter of next year. The device is expected to be unveiled in Las Vegas at the Consumer Electronics Show, scheduled for Jan. 6-9, 2005.

Sales will be both via Vonage's own Web site, and through the roughly 7,000 retail and online merchants that currently sell other hardware for use with Vonage's VoIP service.

It's not known how much extra, if anything, Vonage will charge for the videophone service, which the company is going to market as being able to work over any broadband connection anywhere in the world. It is going to promise "corporate quality videoconferencing" in a play to market the videophone service to small businesses as well as to individual end users. It also promises features never before available to consumers, among those the ability to use the VisiFone II screen to manage the various features of VoIP service -- functions that users now do via their PC. Such an offering will completely uncouple the PC and VoIP service for the first time.

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 Vonage(R) Launches Service in Sioux Falls, South Dakota

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Vonage(R) Launches Service in Sioux Falls, South Dakota

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EDISON, N.J., Dec. 14 -- Vonage Holdings Corp., the leading provider of broadband phone service, today announced local availability of its service in Sioux Falls, South Dakota.

High-speed Internet subscribers living and working on the banks of the Big Sioux River 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 South Dakota's largest city can now keep their current numbers or choose telephone numbers within the popular (605) area code.

"Vonage is excited to bring an affordable, full featured phone service to Sioux Falls, the heart of Great Plains country," said Jeffrey A. Citron, chairman and CEO of Vonage Holdings Corp. "Now residents and small businesses in the Sioux Falls area can use their high-speed Internet connection for a better phone service, including free unlimited local and long distance throughout the U.S. and Canada, reduced International calling rates and all of the latest features combined with great service and sound quality."


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 How To Use Voice Over IP

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How To Use Voice Over IP

December 13, 2004

By Mark Spoonauer

What’s in it for you

To put it simply: more money in your pocket. Once you sign up for service with Vonage, you’ll be able to make calls over the Internet using your regular phone at unbelievable low rates. In fact, Vonage recently dropped the pricing on its Premium Unlimited Plan, which includes as many calls as you want, anywhere in the U.S and Canada, for $24.99 per month.

The long list of features includes voice mail, caller ID, call waiting and forwarding, and three-way calling, plus 411 and 911, which not all VoIP providers offer. In many cases you can even keep your existing landline phone number and have it transferred to Vonage (although it takes a minimum of 20 business days). And, because the PAP2 adapter has two phone jacks, you can have a phone and fax machine connected at the same time.

 Posted by vonage on Tuesday, December 14 @ 00:00:00 UTC
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 VoIP Update

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VoIP Update

December 13, 2004

By Sheila J. Clark

Vonage, a leader in VoIP phone services has partnered with Viseon, makers of videophones. The partnership will allow Vonage to offer video phone services to its current offerings.

 Posted by vonage on Monday, December 13 @ 22:32:35 UTC
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 (NET)work At Home

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(NET)work At Home

December 13, 2004

By Mark Spoonauer

Give your workspace a much-needed makeover with our picks, guaranteed to save you time, space and money.

Put your Network to work:

Perhaps the most important benefit of installing a wireless network is that it lets you relocate your home office to any room in the house at a moment’s notice. “Wireless connectivity enables users to roam the house and work where they wan t, ” says Malachy Moynihan, Linksys VP of Engineering and Product Marketing.

There are several other compelling features for your home network. The last trend: making phone calls over the Internet, which can save subscribers a bundle compared with traditional landline services-without sacrificing the features we’ve all come to expect. For example, Vonage’s popular VoIP service offers unlimited local and long distance calling in the United States and Canada, caller ID, voicemail, three-way calling, 911, 411 and other features for only $29.99 per month.

 Posted by vonage on Monday, December 13 @ 22:30:44 UTC
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 Web Phone Provider Adds 402 Area Code

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Web Phone Provider Adds 402 Area Code

December 11, 2004

By Virgil Larson

Vonage Holdings Corp., a pioneer in selling telephone service that operates on the Internet, said Friday it has started selling residential service with Omaha's area code.

Service through the Edison, N.J., company has been available in Omaha but not with a 402 area code. Customers had the option of picking another area code, which meant Cox or Qwest phone customers in Omaha had to call long-distance to reach neighbors who use Vonage.

Vonage's residential service costs $ 14.99 a month for 500 minutes of local and long-distance calling and $ 24.99 for unlimited calling. Long-distance covers all 50 states and Canada.

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 Manulife Settles On VoIP Through Bell Deal

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Manulife Settles On VoIP Through Bell Deal

December 10, 2004

By Shane Schick

12/10/2004 5:00:00 PM - The financial services firm signs a deal worth $140 million to move off of PBX. The CIO explains what will be more important than just saving money on phones.

Manulife Financial on Friday joined the ranks of large enterprises who are hoping to lower their costs by moving to voice over IP through a seven year, $140-million deal with Bell
Canada's outsourcing division.

BCE Connexim, formerly a joint venture with Hydro-Quebec but now a wholly-owned Bell services subsidiary, will deploy Cisco IP phones and related network equipment to Manulife's operations both in Canada and the United States, where it operates under the name John Hancock. Four branch offices have been set up so far, and the head office in Toronto has been piloting voice-over-IP (VoIP) for the better part of a year.

John Mather, Manulife Financial's CIO, said the decision to move from its traditional private branch exchange (PBX) network was driven primarily by the firm's belief that tariff costs will be dramatically reduced in the next three to five years. This deal will involve non-tariff services, but the idea is that inter-office long distance and local access expenditures will fall as a variety of IP phone carriers enter the market. This year, for example, has seen the debut of Primus Canada, Vonage Canada and several others.

 Posted by vonage on Monday, December 13 @ 22:23:35 UTC
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 Q&A With Peter Kay

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Q&A With Peter Kay

December 10, 2004

By Peter Kay

A subscriber from Honolulu asks, "I'm seeing all kinds of articles about using the Internet to make telephone calls at really low rates. Is this for real? How is the voice quality?"

Welcome to the "Next Big Thing," the world of Voice Over Internet Protocol (VOIP). Yes, it's for real. You can talk around the world for free and the voice quality is as good as or many times better than today's phone quality.

How it works. It works a lot like today's telephone, except instead of transmitting your voice over telephone wire, VOIP transmits your voice over the Internet. Depending on the installation, VOIP can work with standard telephones or exclusively over a computer.

 Posted by vonage on Monday, December 13 @ 22:19:19 UTC
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 Vonage Adds Video To VOIP Service

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Vonage Adds Video To VOIP Service

December 9, 2004

By Ryan Naraine

Buoyed by a recent FCC (Federal Communications Commission) ruling that its services are exempt from state and local regulation and tariffs, VOIP upstart Vonage plans to enter the video telephony market.

In a partnership with broadband videophone maker Viseon, Edison, N.J.-based Vonage Holdings Corp. plans to add video calling services to its SIP (Session Initiation Protocol)-based VOIP (voice over IP) service early next year.

For Vonage, which already bundles its service with adapter-equipped routers from Linksys and Netgear Inc., the expansion into videophone services could open up new market opportunities nationwide.

 Posted by vonage on Monday, December 13 @ 22:10:09 UTC
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 Vonage Partners With Videophone Maker

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Vonage Partners With Videophone Maker

December 9, 2004

By Staff

Internet-telephony service company Vonage Holdings Corp. has entered a development partnership with videophone maker Viseon Inc., the companies said Thursday.

The deal is expected to simplify the use of Viseon equipment on Vonage's voice over Internet protocol service, officials said in a joint statement. Viseon's videophones, which are sold at more than 7,000 offline and online stores, would eventually be available through Vonage's web site.

Besides consumers, the Vonage-Viseon partnership plans to target small businesses with videoconferencing services.

 Posted by vonage on Monday, December 13 @ 22:06:38 UTC
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