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 Vonage Teams With Boingo Wireless

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October 22, 2004

By Staff

Wireless network provider Boingo Wireless and Vonage Holdings, a broadband provider in the US, have announced they are to partner in an attempt to simplify voice over Wi-Fi services and make them more accessible to customers. The pair will co-market a bundle of services which will include Vonage's SoftPhone service and Boingo's Wi-Fi service.

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 Boingo, Vonage Team On Wi-Fi

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Boingo, Vonage Team On Wi-Fi

October 22, 2004

By Staff

Santa Monica-based Boingo Wireless and Vonage announced this week that the two companies have teamed to co-market Vonage's SoftPhone service and Boingo's Wi-Fi services. The deal calls for Boingo customers to make phone calls from anywhere on Boingo's Wi-Fi network, through a phone available for computers running Windows and Mac OS operating systems.

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 WiFi - It's Everywhere ... And Now With Voice

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WiFi - It's Everywhere ... And Now With Voice

October 21, 2004

By Berni Dwan

My local coffee shop and corporate America have one thing in common – they are adopting wireless. WLAN hotspots today are as exciting as the record store of the 1950’s.

There are lots of players in the market and already some of them are joining forces to increase their chances of success, small operators needing the resources of bigger players. The enterprise community needs wireless for its notebook wielding road warriors, and consultants Frost & Sullivan expects total subscription revenues in the European WLAN hotspots market to rise from around 18 million in 2002 to in excess of 1 billion by the end of 2006.

Frost & Sullivan’s study indicates that the key to success lies in selecting the locations most frequented by business travellers, and it would seem that a marriage of convenience between WiFi and VoIP would be very beneficial.

 Posted by Vonage on Friday, October 22 @ 00:39:28 UTC
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 IP Technology Will Change All The Rules

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IP Technology Will Change All The Rules
Carriers, Cablecos To Face Big Pressure From Competitors

October 21, 2004

By Mark Evans

This may be an extreme position but a fundamental part of the telecommunications industry appears to be doomed.
The culprit is Internet-based technology, otherwise known as IP, used to send bits of information along high-speed networks.

While IP technology will provide new and innovative services to residential and business customers, it will also increase competition dramatically and make it hard for carriers and cable companies to grow sales and profits.

This is a harsh take on an industry looking to get back on its feet again, but the impending signs of disaster are becoming more evident. Last week, for example, the U.S. Federal Communications Commission approved rules that will let electrical utilities offer high-speed Internet services. The decision means carriers and cable companies will see more competition at a time when the competitive boundaries between carriers and cablecos are blurring.

If the utilities become serious about providing IP services, it could easily lead to a nasty battle as carriers and cablecos defend their turf while they try to expand into new areas themselves.

The environment is already intense as cablecos such as Rogers Communications Inc. look to get into the telephony market, while carriers move into the digital television business.

Meanwhile, companies such as Vonage Holdings Corp. are capitalizing on the growing popularity of high-speed access to offer services such as Internet telephony, video-on-demand, software-on-demand and streaming music. Many of the new service providers do not need alliances or joint ventures to reach consumers. All they require is a healthy marketing budget and consumers with a high-speed connection to the Net.

 Posted by Vonage on Friday, October 22 @ 00:28:35 UTC
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 Vonage Canada Names Joe Parent Vice President

Vonage Press ReleasesVonage Canada Names Joe Parent Vice President, Marketing & Business Development

Toronto, ON, October 21, 2004
– Bill Rainey, president of Vonage Canada, today announced the appointment of Joe Parent to the position of vice president, Marketing & Business Development. Vonage Canada is a subsidiary of Vonage Holdings Corporation, the leading provider of broadband phone service in North America.

Mr. Parent’s mandate is to build consumer awareness of Vonage Canada’s Internet telephony offering, expand their retail presence, and solidify their position as the provider of choice for Canadian consumers and small businesses. Product development, channel development, advertising, public relations, direct marketing, interactive marketing and customer communications all fall under Mr. Parent’s domain.

“Vonage Canada is the clear leader of an exciting new era in the telecommunications industry as phone service over the Internet transforms the way both residents and small businesses communicate. Joe’s strong marketing background and intimate understanding of the market will be an invaluable asset in helping Vonage Canada grow,” said Bill Rainey, president of Vonage Canada.

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 FCC's Chmn. Powell: 'Internet consumer freedom'

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Powell Cal: ls For Implementation Of Internet Freedom Principles

October 20, 2004

By Susan Polyakova

BOSTON -- Addressing the VoIP industry in a packed room at the VON conference here, FCC Chmn. Powell stressed that realization of the "Internet consumer freedom" principles he outlined this year and subjecting VoIP to exclusive federal jurisdiction were key to promoting the VoIP revolution.

In an emotional speech interrupted several times by applause, Powell compared migration to IP technology with "the great American Revolutions" and said as he was giving his keynote he had "a sense of how our first President, General George Washington, would have felt standing before the Minutemen that would form the Continental Army."

Powell had been expected to make 2 significant announcements at VON, but industry sources said they seemed to have been omitted in his speech: (1) The FCC is ready to grant the Vonage petition asking to exempt its VoIP service from state regulation. (2) The FCC expects to adopt 4 net neutrality principles, which Powell outlined earlier this year. One industry source said although Powell did refer to the Internet consumer freedoms, he "didn't apply [them] in any specific ways. I am somewhat disappointed that we didn't hear anything bigger, given that it's a major keynote opportunity at VON."

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 FCC Pushes Internet Phone Regulations

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FCC Chief Pushes Internet-Phone Regulations

October 20, 2004

By Jay Wrolstad

FCC chairman Michael Powell is calling for regulations that would grant the federal government greater control over the emerging Internet phone industry. "It's wrong ... to not recognize the potential of VoIP, or to see it through the lens of the old telephone network regulatory model," he argues. story-start"

Citing a need to nurture the emerging, "revolutionary" voice over Internet protocol (VoIP), FCC chairman Michael Powell is calling for regulations that would grant the federal government greater control.

"It is very likely that treatment of VoIP will have some of the farthest reaching consequences of anything the commission will consider in the near future," Powell told participants at this week's Voice on the Net Conference in Boston.

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 FCC To Protect Net Phone Services

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FCC Chief Pushes To Protect Net Phone Services
Keep Subscribers Free Of State Rules, Taxes, Powell Says

October 20, 2004

By Peter J. Howe

The nation's top telecommunications regulator said yesterday he will push -- before the next president is inaugurated -- to protect fledgling Internet telephone services from getting taxed and heavily regulated by the 50 state governments.

Federal Communications Commission chairman Michael K. Powell, in a Boston appearance, said he hopes before Jan. 20 to get the five-member commission to agree that only the FCC can regulate Net phone plans like those offered by Vonage Holdings Corp., AT&T Corp.'s CallVantage, and a host of other services offering low-priced, unlimited phone calls.

Powell said his goal is to keep Internet phone subscribers from having to pay the fees and taxes levied on conventional phone service offered by companies like Verizon Communications Inc. He also wants to prevent state price and service regulation from squelching a fast-growing but still small industry that counts just under 1 million US subscribers.

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 Vonage Unveils E-911

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Vonage Unveils E-911 For VoIP In Rhode Island

October 19, 2004

By Staff

Vonage last week launched Enhanced 911 (E-911) service in Rhode Island, a key development in the survival of the infant VoIP industry. The technology comes from veteran E-911 specialist Intrado [TRDO], which said that both AT&T
[T] and Verizon [VZ] already are in negotiations to use its technology for their VoIP services in Rhode Island as well. Most VoIP users could already call 911,but E-911 services that deliver a customer's location and phone number have not
been available.

Vonage CEO Jeffrey Citron added that, with technical problems solved, the biggest problem now in deploying E-911 for VoIP is the welter of state and local regulations and varying implementations of the service. For now, at least, that means E-911 has to be negotiated and implemented on a state-by-state, or even a town-by-town basis.

Vonage's next implementation, he added, is set for Kings
County, just outside of Seattle.

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 Vonage goes Wi-Fi

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Boingo And Vonage Join To Expand Wi-Fi Services

October 19, 2004

By Phillip Brit

Boingo Wireless, a Santa Monica, CA-based Wi-Fi hot spot operator and aggregator, and Vonage Holdings Corp., a leading broadband telephony provider in North America, announced a relationship that teams two industry innovators in an effort to simplify voice over Wi-Fi services and make them more accessible to customers.

In the first phase of their partnership, mobile travelers using the Xpro SoftPhone, from Xten, can access the Vonage service from almost any Internet connected personal computer. This offering targets business travelers, enabling them to make and take phone calls at Boingo's network of 11,000 airports, cafes, and hotels around the world.

Boingo doesn’t disclose its number of users; however it does have partnerships with MCI, Earthlink, Infonet Services Corp, Fiberlink, and Telecom Italia whose users have access to the Boingo network. Boingo has 4100 hot spots in North and South America, 6,200 in Eurpoe and 520 in the Asia/Pacific region.

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