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 Breaking News: Vonage Goes Video

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Breaking News: Vonage Goes Video

December 9, 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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 FCC Official Is VoIP Booster

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FCC Official Is VoIP Booster

December 8, 2004

By Leslie Brooks Suzukamo

The Telecommunications Act of 1996 failed to provide the robust competition for local phone service that Congress had expected, but emerging technologies like Internet phone service may yet save the day, according to a member of the Federal Communications Commission who is expected in St. Paul today.

Commissioner Jonathan Adelstein is in town to hear citizens talk about the concentration of ownership of radio and television stations at 7 tonight at Hamline University's Sundin Hall.

Adelstein thinks Internet phone calling will hit the mainstream and provide competition for Baby Bells like Qwest Communications International, Minnesota's dominant local phone provider.

Internet phones turn voice calls into data and send them on fast broadband connections instead of the public telephone system.

They're far cheaper than regular phone calls, in part because they aren't burdened with connection fees and government charges that subsidize rural phone service and service for the poor.

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 Vonage Goes To The Video

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Vonage Goes To The Video

December 8, 2004

By Ben Charny

Internet phone service provider Vonage will sell videophones and a videophone service sometime before the end of March, its chief executive said Wednesday, stamping an important imprimatur on a market once derided by comparisons to the futuristic TV cartoon "The Jetsons."

Vonage Chief Executive Jeffrey Citron didn't provide an exact date for the service's debut--first quarter 2005, he said--nor did he release pricing details. For a general idea on what a Vonage videophone service might cost, one can look to videophone provider Packet8, which sells unlimited video calling for $30 a month. Packet8 videophones, which have embedded cameras to capture the caller's image, come heavily rebated.

Vonage has partnered with broadband video equipment maker Viseon to develop the videophone. Vonage will release a videophone that resembles the VisiFone II, a phone developed by broadband video equipment maker Viseon. The VisiFone II debuts in January.

 Posted by vonage on Thursday, December 09 @ 22:27:42 UTC
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 Vonage(R) Launches Service in Moorhead, Minnesota

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Full-Featured Flat-Rate Calling Comes to Clay County

EDISON, N.J., Dec. 9 /PRNewswire/ -- Vonage Holdings Corp., the leading
provider of broadband phone service, today announced local availability of its
service in Moorhead, Minnesota.

High-speed Internet subscribers nestled along the Red 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 western Minnesota can now keep their current numbers or choose telephone numbers within the popular (218) area code.

"Vonage is bringing Minnesota's transportation hub an affordable new phone service, which will prevent residents and small businesses from being stuck at crossroads when it comes to choosing their calling plan," said Jeffrey A. Citron, chairman & CEO of Vonage Holdings Corp. "Vonage is pleased to expand its presence in the state of Minnesota, enabling its consumers to use their broadband Internet connection to make flat-rate quality calls, bundled with
all of the traditional PSTN features and many that can only be obtained through Vonage."


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 Vonage(R) Announces Partnership with Viseon to Develop Videophone Service

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Vonage(R) Announces Partnership with Viseon to Develop Videophone Service

EDISON, N.J.--Dec. 9, 2004--Vonage Holdings Corp., the leading provider of broadband telephony in North America and Viseon (OTCBB:VSNI - News) today announced a relationship teaming two industry innovators that will combine Vonage's award-winning service with Viseon's next generation broadband video telephone.

This unique collaboration will target both consumers and small businesses, enabling them to make videophone calls and to visually communicate with anyone, anywhere in the world. In addition to video, the development deal will allow Vonage® to provide a set of features never before available to consumers. The phones are expected to be offered at www.vonage.com and at over 7,000 retail/e-tail locations nationwide.

"Vonage is pleased to partner with Viseon to develop this first-of-a-kind videophone service. Our ability to offer both consumers and small businesses the opportunity to make video calls is another enhancement to the way people make phone calls," stated Jeffrey A. Citron, chairman and CEO of Vonage Holdings Corp. "More importantly, this service will allow Vonage Small Business customers to benefit from corporate quality videoconferencing and will make calls more meaningful when friends, family and relatives can communicate in real time, whether they are across town or across the country."


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How To

December 8, 2004

By Matt Rodbard

This Month: Turn your buddy's mobile into a rancid conversation piece, your internet connection into a phone line, and your girlfriend into a snowplow.
Hook up an Internet phone

Needed: Touchtone phone, Vonage adapter/ router, Internet connection.

Step 1: Use a high-speed Internet connection to make or receive land-line-quality calls at a cheap price, no matter where you are in the world. Visit Vonage.com and sign up for a service plan, ranging from $14.99 a month for 500 minutes to $24.99 for unlimited usage. The service includes 3-way calling and voice mail forwarding to e-mail. Pick whatever area code you want and trick people into thinking you live in Hawaii.

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 Vonage Now Serves KC Area

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Vonage Now Serves KC Area

December 8, 2004

By Suzanne King

One of the biggest names in Internet phone service finally has arrived in Kansas City.

Vonage Holdings Corp. said Tuesday it had begun offering phone numbers in the 816 and 913 area codes.

Brooke Schulz, vice president for corporate communications, said customers in the area had been asking for local numbers for some time. They have been able to sign up for Vonage's service through a “foreign” area code — one from outside the Kansas City area.

Schulz said the Kansas City market has a high percentage of broadband Internet users, which makes it fertile ground for Internet phone providers. Vonage, like other Internet phone services, requires a broadband connection such as a digital subscriber line or cable modem.

 Posted by vonage on Wednesday, December 08 @ 23:49:21 UTC
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 Over 5m VoIP Subscribers Worldwide

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Over 5m VoIP Subscribers Worldwide

December 7, 2004

By John Tilak

There were over 5m VoIP subscribers worldwide by the middle of 2004, with the majority of customers shared by a half-dozen or so operators, according to figures from broadband research firm Point Topic.

There are now approximately 1,000 VoIP providers around the world. Most of these have been set up in 2003 or 2004. Many have very few subscribers at the moment.

Yahoo Broadband's dominance is expected to steadily decline as other operators catch up after its head start, developing products and marketing strategies that suit local market and regulatory conditions.

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 Vonage Hits Quad Cities

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Vonage Hits Quad Cities

December 7, 2004

By Staff

Internet phone company Vonage said Monday that it has started offering service in the Quad Cities area. The phone service requires customers to have a high-speed Internet connection.

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 Vonage(R) Launches Service in North Dakota

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Vonage(R) Launches Service in North Dakota

Full-Featured Flat-Rate Calling Comes to the Scenic Red River Valley


EDISON, N.J., Dec. 8 -- Vonage Holdings Corp., the leading provider of broadband phone service, today announced local availability of its service throughout Fargo and Grand Forks, North Dakota.

High-speed Internet subscribers located in the Rough Rider state 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 North Dakota the can now keep their current numbers or choose telephone numbers within the popular (701) area code.


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