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 Christmas Wish List

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Christmas Wish List

December 7, 2004

By Bambi Francisco

SAN FRANCISCO (CBS.MW) - On Sunday evening, I was exasperated. I attribute it to spending both Saturday and Sunday holiday shopping!

Besides providing quality moments with friends, shopping is draining. I could bike ride two centuries over the weekend and have far more energy left over.

The honking horns; the parking-lot madness; the bustling crowds; the 10-people long lines at the registers; the aching arms weighed down with bags of presents.

These are the feelings of shopping discontent during the holiday season. Thank goodness for the Web, where the experience doesn't change no matter how busy those virtual registers are, especially over the next five days.

This week, online shopping is set to hit its peak traffic as consumers put in their orders early enough to ensure they'll be shipped before Christmas.

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 Web Hosts Low-Cost Phone Calls

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Web Hosts Low-Cost Phone Calls
New Service Saves On Long Distance


December 6, 2004

By Craig Wolf

Just when you'd figured out cell phones, there's another player in the phone service arena.

It's called VoIP, or ''voice over Internet protocol,'' also known as IP telephony. Translation: phone calls over the Internet.

You'd better get used to it because it's spreading. It's big already and it's proving useful as yet another tool in the telephony toolbox.

Chief advantages are lower costs for long-distance and international calls, plus the ability to take your phone number with you while traveling.

Charles North has tried out voice over Internet protocol during demonstrations at a trade show held by the Poughkeepsie Area Chamber of Commerce, of which he is president.

 Posted by vonage on Monday, December 06 @ 21:41:10 EST
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 Computer Calling

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Computer Calling

December 5, 2004

By Sam Kennedy

Voice over Internet Protocol, or VoIP, promises to rewire the telephone industry.

Already, the technology has spawned startups and spurred the offspring of Ma Bell, including AT&T and Verizon, and cable companies, such as Comcast, to develop their own VoIP services.

Consumers, though, really only need to know one thing: VoIP allows you to plug your phone into the Internet and make cheap phone calls.

Independent VoIP provider Vonage, for example, offers unlimited calling throughout the United States for $25 a month. Additional savings can also be had.

 Posted by vonage on Monday, December 06 @ 21:36:52 EST
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 Voice Over Internet Demand Grows

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Voice Over Internet Demand Grows

December 4, 2004

By Joel Palmer

WATERLOO --- It's the next big thing in Internet services.

It's the next big thing in telecommunications.

Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP), which allows users to make voice calls using a broadband Internet connection, is gaining in popularity, though industry estimates show only about 200,000 homes have the service.

Companies are just starting to offer the technology in the Cedar Valley.

Cable companies like Mediacom, which years ago began offering high-speed Internet, are pushing for VoIP to add another service to its line, then being able to bundle phone, cable and Internet all on one bill to offer customers. Phone companies, meanwhile, are deploying the technology to stem the flow of people ditching traditional land lines for wireless phones.

 Posted by vonage on Monday, December 06 @ 21:32:01 EST
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 Net Gain: Bush Extends Tax Ban

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Net Gain: Bush Extends Tax Ban

December 4, 2004

By Ryan J. Donmoyer and Scott Lanman

President George W. Bush signed a law renewing a ban on Internet access taxes, ensuring most customers of Microsoft Corp.'s MSN and Time Warner Inc.'s America Online won't see state and local levies on their monthly bill until at least 2007.

Proponents such as Sen. George Allen, R-Va., have said the moratorium, first enacted in 1998, would allow high-speed broadband technology to expand to rural areas and keep it affordable. Bush, who signed the bill in a private ceremony, has urged Congress to make it permanent.

Starting in 1998, federal law has blocked state and local taxes on Internet connections for customers of such companies as AOL and EarthLink Inc. Since a series of temporary measures lapsed in November 2003, state and local governments have stood pat, hesitant to impose new levies until Congress acted.

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 London Calling

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London Calling

December 3, 2004

By Staff

Vonage will launch VoIP service in the UK Dec 28, offering what CEO John Rego characterized as "very competitive" pricing meant to beat all incumbents. 

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 Vonage® Sponsors CES 2005 Press Room Phones

Vonage Press ReleasesVonage® Sponsors CES 2005 Press Room Phones And Will Demonstrate New Broadband Telephony Devices Configured With Vonage’s Service

Jeffrey A. Citron, Chairman and CEO to Participate in the “Next Generation of Voice Communication” Panel Discussion

Edison, NJ, December 6, 2004Vonage Holdings Corp., North America’s leading broadband telephony provider today announced it will be sponsoring the CES 2005 pressroom phone service with VTech and Linksys® devices.

Vonage will be exhibiting its service in both its own booth – # 36163, South Hall, Las Vegas Convention Center (LVCC) – as well as the booths of some of its partners: VTech, Texas Instruments Incorporated (TI) and Linksys®. Vonage will also be demonstrating new devices configured with its service, offering consumers more choice and flexibility.

Jeffrey A. Citron, chairman and CEO will participate in the CES panel discussion, “The Next Generation of Voice Communication - Will Regulations Stifle the Advancement of VoIP Services?” In addition, Michael Tribolet, Vonage’s executive vice president of Operations, will participate in the Consumer VoIP Summit at CES.

 Posted by vonage on Monday, December 06 @ 21:22:41 EST
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 Vonage® Launches Service In Rock Island, Illinois

Vonage Press ReleasesVonage® Launches Service In Rock Island, Illinois

Full-Featured Flat-Rate Calling Comes to the Oldest of the Quad Cities

Edison, NJ, December 6, 2004Vonage Holdings Corp., the leading provider of broadband phone service, today announced local availability of its service in Rock Island, Moline and East Moline, Illinois.

High-speed Internet subscribers residing near the Mississippi and Rock Rivers 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 southwest corner of the Quad Cities can now keep their current numbers or choose telephone numbers within the popular (309) area code.

“Residents and small businesses in the oldest of the Quad-cities, no longer have to select from archaic telephone service providers, as Vonage brings them affordable flat-rate calling plans that they can install and manage independently of the traditional Bell carrier,” said Jeffrey A. Citron, chairman & CEO of Vonage Holdings Corp. “Our expanded presence in the Midwest continues to fulfill Vonage’s goal of offering people more cost-effective phone service, which includes reduced international rates and many features not available from the incumbent.”

 Posted by vonage on Monday, December 06 @ 21:10:58 EST
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 Vonage - Web Phones, Rock-Hard Concrete

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Web Phones, Rock-Hard Concrete


December 3, 2004

By April Holladay

Q: Can Internet phones call non-Internet phones? If so, how do they do it?(Shirley, Panama City, Florida)




A: Yes. With an Internet phone, we can call anyone in the world that has a phone — extremely cheaply or even free.

 Posted by vonage on Friday, December 03 @ 23:00:00 EST
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 Universal Service Said To Be Main Issue For Congress

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Universal Service Said To Be Main Issue For Congress To Address

December 3, 2004

By Susan Polyakova

Universal service reform is one issue Congress should address when rewriting the Telecom Act next year, a cross- industry panel agreed Thurs. at a forum sponsored by the National Journal. But speakers couldn't agree on exactly what the reform should be. They also disagreed on which other issues should go to Congress and which ones left to the FCC.

Intel Dir.-Communications Policy Peter Pitsch said most of the issues could be dealt with within the FCC, but he said there were 3 that required a legislative rewrite: Universal service, spectrum reform and "where is the market power and how you deal with it." Vonage CEO Jeff Citron said he hoped universal service and intercarrier compensation would be resolved before they go to Congress. "I think there is a possibility to have a very narrow- focused bill that would clear away many of the regulations that are no longer necessary," he said.

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