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 Vonage & Cisco Unveil Bundling Deal

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Vonage, Cisco Unveil Bundling Deal

November 8, 2004

By Staff

Cisco Systems Inc. and Vonage Holdings Corp. on Monday introduced a wireless router that will be bundled with the latter company's Internet telephony services.

The Wireless-G Broadband Router from Cisco's Linksys division will be available at more than 7,000 retail locations across the nation and through Internet retailers.

Retailers that will carry the router include Best Buy, Radio Shack, Office Depot and Staples.

 Posted by vonage on Tuesday, November 09 @ 20:02:43 EST
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 Linksys & Vonage Launch Residential Wireless VoIP Router

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Linksys, Vonage Launch Residential Wireless VoIP Router

November 8, 2004

By Staff

Vonage and Cisco Systems subsidiary Linksys today launched the Linksys Wireless-G Broadband Router and VoIP home gateway. The Linksys Wireless-G Broadband Router is four devices in one: an 802.11g WiFi access point; a built-in 4-port Ethernet switch; a DSL or cable modem router; and a two-jack VoIP telephone adapter. The new Linksys router is bundled with Vonage phone service, giving consumers a residential VoIP solution in one box. The Wireless-G Router will be available at over 7,000 retail locations nationwide and through select e-tail partners. These two companies first announced their partnership in August.

 Posted by vonage on Tuesday, November 09 @ 20:00:51 EST
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 FCC DECLARES VONAGE® VOIP SERVICE IS INTERSTATE

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FCC DECLARES VONAGE® VOIP SERVICE IS INTERSTATE, PREEMPTS STATES FROM REGULATING VOIP

Vonage CEO Jeffrey A. Citron Says Increased Clarity in the Broadband Telephone Marketplace Means Subscribers Will Enjoy More Innovation, Greater Savings

Washington, D.C., November 9, 2004 – Today the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) found that Vonage’s Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) phone service is “interstate” in nature, meaning that individual states cannot regulate Vonage as it would a traditional telephone company, nor regulate the rates, terms and conditions of Vonage’s service.

Vonage CEO Jeffrey A. Citron responded to the news. “This forward-thinking decision from the FCC assures that competition from VoIP is here to stay.  Now we can focus our resources exclusively on building an even better service—rolling out E-911 for all our subscribers, innovating new features and new devices for VoIP, and expanding aggressively around the globe.  Because the FCC has acknowledged the reality of the Internet—which knows no state boundaries and no borders—more people will enjoy the benefits of Internet phone service.”

“Clarity for the VoIP industry benefits not only the U.S. economy, but will also drive broadband penetration.  The value proposition is clear—our customers pay less for the combination of high-speed Internet and Vonage phone service than they do for traditional phone service plus clunky dial-up Internet.  It’s an upgrade that saves consumers money, simplifies their lives and gives them features they can’t get from traditional phone service.  The FCC has ensured that more consumers will enjoy the benefits of this upgrade by providing clarity in the marketplace,” added Citron. 


 Posted by vonage on Tuesday, November 09 @ 15:47:40 EST
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 Internet Service Teaches Old Phones New Tricks

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Internet Service Teaches Old Phones New Tricks

November 7, 2004

By Bill Wolfe

In most ways, Barry Martin's telephone service is pretty standard. It uses a regular phone, offers local and long-distance calling, and comes with a full range of features like voice mail, call forwarding, call waiting and caller ID.

But Martin's phone also knows a few tricks yours probably doesn't.

It automatically forwards voice mail to Martin as e-mail he can check at the office or on the road. Just click and play.

If no one picks up at home, it can forward calls to Martin's office. And if no one answers there, it can send the call on to his cell phone.

For $5 a month, Martin plans to can add a "virtual number" local to Kansas City, Mo., where his girlfriend's family lives. They'll be able to make a local call from Kansas City that will ring through to his Louisville apartment toll free.

 Posted by vonage on Monday, November 08 @ 23:00:00 EST
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 Vonage To Use Linksys Wireless Router

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Vonage To Use Linksys Wireless Router

November 8, 2004

By Staff

This Linksys Wireless-G Broadband Router is four devices in one box. It includes a Wireless-G Access Point; a built-in 4-port switch to connect wired-Ethernet devices; a router function so the entire network can securely share a single cable or DSL Internet connection and two standard telephone jacks, allowing for multiple phone lines. Bundled with Vonage Internet telephony service, customers get a complete solution in one box – the hardware and service they need to start talking.

“Recognizing the need for residents and small businesses to have myriad of options when setting up their networks, Vonage is excited to partner with Linksys to continue to lead the way in transforming how people communicate,” stated Jeffrey A. Citron, chairman and CEO of Vonage Holdings Corp. “More importantly, the Wireless-G Router bundled with Vonage’s service is the next step in modernizing an archaic telecommunications network. No longer will people be stuck in the past and tied down to communications systems that fail to offer true mobility.”

 Posted by vonage on Monday, November 08 @ 23:00:00 EST
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 WRT54GP2 Bundled With Vonage

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Vonage Holdings and Linksys, A Division Of Cisco Systems, Announced The Availability Of The Wireless-G Broadband Router With 2 Phone Ports (WRT54GP2) Bundled With Vonage's Service

November 8, 2004

By Staff

Vonage Holdings and Linksys, a division of Cisco Systems, announced the availability of the Wireless-G Broadband Router with 2 phone ports (WRT54GP2) bundled with Vonage's service.

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 FCC Seen Shielding Web Phone From States

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FCC Seen Shielding Web-Phone From States-Sources

November 8, 2004

By Jeremy Pelofsky

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. communications officials on Tuesday are expected to shield Internet-based telephone services like Vonage from some key state regulations, a step seen as key for advancing the new service.

The Federal Communications Commission is expected to back a petition from privately owned Vonage Holdings Corp. to declare its service interstate in nature and therefore exempt from state requirements that apply to traditional phone services like rate regulation, sources familiar with the matter said.

Vonage, which has more than 300,000 lines in service, allows a customer to make telephone calls nationwide and to Canada for a flat fee using equipment attached to a high-speed Internet, or broadband, connection.

 Posted by vonage on Monday, November 08 @ 23:00:00 EST
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 VONAGE® & LINKSYS® NOW OFFERING A WIRELESS-G BROADBAND ROUTER

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VONAGE® AND LINKSYS® NOW OFFERING A WIRELESS-G BROADBAND ROUTER BUNDLED WITH VONAGE SERVICE

Recognizing the Need to Offer Consumers More Choices for Telephony and Home Networking, Vonage and Linksys are Changing the Way People Communicate

 

Edison, NJ, and Irvine, CA November 8, 2004 – Vonage Holdings Corp., the leading broadband phone company and Linksys, a division of Cisco Systems, Inc., today announced the availability of the Wireless-G Broadband Router with 2 phone ports (WRT54GP2) bundled with Vonage’s service.  The Wireless-G Router will be available at over 7,000 retail locations nationwide and through select e-tail partners. 

This Linksys Wireless-G Broadband Router is four devices in one box. It includes a Wireless-G Access Point; a built-in 4-port switch to connect wired-Ethernet devices; a router function so the entire network can securely share a single cable or DSL Internet connection and two standard telephone jacks, allowing for multiple phone lines. Bundled with Vonage Internet telephony service, customers get a complete solution in one box – the hardware and service they need to start talking.


 Posted by vonage on Monday, November 08 @ 12:45:06 EST
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 Vonage's Voice Over Internet Protocol Has Great Promise

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Vonage's Voice Over Internet Protocol Has Great Promise

November 5, 2004

By Kaushal Toprani

The next step in communication is just around the corner. The internet and cell phones have raised the bar of connectivity, Voice over Internet Protocol, or VoIP, will change way people communicate. VoIP enables analog voice signals to be converted into digital signals and be transmitted over the Internet in the form of packets. Recently, Ford Motor Company was featured on CBS News for its effort to move 50,000 employees to VoIP. George Surdu, Ford's IT Director, says the phone user will see no change in how they place a call. "We're doing it first and foremost to take money off the table, to save money," says Surdu. By using one line for voice and data transmission, companies like Ford can save money. However, not only massive multi-national corporations stand to benefit from this technology.

Regular home users can also benefit from VoIP technology. Vonage, the company which pioneered the technology, aims to convert all 100 million phone lines in the United States to VoIP. Vonage and its CEO Jeffery Citron are making good headway, going from 7,000 customers to 300,000 customers in just two years. Their massive growth has forced the heavyweights in telecommunication, companies like Verizon and AT&T, to offer VoIP packages to their consumers.

 Posted by vonage on Friday, November 05 @ 23:00:00 EST
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 Voice Over Wi-Fi Gathers Momentum

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Voice Over Wi-Fi Gathers Momentum

November 4, 2004

By Staff

Voice over Wi-Fi (VoWi-Fi) to consumers is closer to realization than ever as demonstrated by the recent formation of a Wi-Fi/Cellular Convergence working group (WCC) in the Wi-Fi Alliance, which indicates that the many elements needed to bring this technology to reality are beginning to intersect, according to ABI Research.

Further proof is last month’s approval of a set of protocols for seamless handoffs between cellular networks and IP-based wireless networks such as Wi-Fi by the Unlicensed Mobile Access (UMA) Consortium, the firm said today.

What these activities indicate are industry consortia falling in behind new products from IC vendors and equipment and service providers which are pushing VoWi-Fi from the enterprise to the wider consumer market, offered Phil Solis, senior analyst of wireless connectivity at ABI Research, in a statement.

 Posted by vonage on Friday, November 05 @ 16:03:26 EST
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