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 Boingo & Vonage Join On Wireless VoIP

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Boingo, Vonage Join On Wireless VoIP

October 19, 2004

By Jay Wrolstad

Internet-based calling is moving beyond the PC and into the mobile realm, as Boingo Wireless and Vonage join forces to provide voice over Wi-Fi service as a complement to traditional VoIP.

Initially, the companies will collaborate on a service bundle that combines Vonage's SoftPhone offering with Boingo's network of broadband, providing access to Vonage for businesspeople on the move.

Matter of Choice

For Vonage, a provider of VoIP with a growing audience, the partnership means customers now can obtain service at some 11,000 airports, hotels and cafes worldwide with Boingo Wi-Fi access points.

"This will help our customers connect faster on any type of broadband access," Vonage spokesperson Mitchell Slepian told NewsFactor. Wi-Fi connectivity represents a milestone on the VoIP road map, he said, following on the success of cellular wireless technology.

 Posted by Vonage on Wednesday, October 20 @ 21:49:56 UTC
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 FCC Wants Jurisdiction On Internet Telephony

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FCC Jurisdiction On Internet Telephony Needed: Powell

October 19, 2004

By Brian Blackstone

WASHINGTON -- The Federal Communications Commission should establish federal jurisdiction over voice-over Internet protocol, or VOIP, services such as Vonage, shielding them from state regulations, FCC Chairman Michael Powell said Tuesday.

"The first step in getting policy pointed in the right direction is for the commission to step forward and affirmatively establish jurisdiction over these services," Powell said in prepared remarks to a voice-over Internet conference in Boston.

 Posted by Vonage on Wednesday, October 20 @ 21:45:33 UTC
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 Vonage® Sponsors the Radio Music Awards Megablast Celebrity Suite

Vonage Press ReleasesVonage® Connects Stars For Less During The Rma's

Vonage® Sponsors the Radio Music Awards Megablast Celebrity Suite and the Industry Music Awards Party

Edison, NJ, October 20, 2004Vonage Holdings Corp., the leading provider of broadband phone service will set up shop in the Radio Music Awards All Access Weekend Celebrity Suite at the Aladdin Hotel in Las Vegas.

Alleviating worries about cell phone reception or expensive hotel phone fees, Vonage will provide clear and reliable phone service for the biggest names in music as they hang out and relax during the weekend of the RMAs. The Prom Kings, a hot new force on the music scene, have teamed up with Vonage, making the Vonage table at the Celebrity Suite their home base during the RMA All Access Weekend. Vonage is also the title sponsor of the Industry Music Awards Party on Sunday, October 24 featuring performances by the Prom Kings.

 Posted by Vonage on Wednesday, October 20 @ 21:36:30 UTC
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 Boingo And Vonage Talk Up Wireless VoIP

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Boingo And Vonage Talk Up Wireless VoIP

October 19, 2004

By Staff

Boingo Wireless has teamed up with US broadband telephony firm Vonage to supply voice over Wi-Fi services.

In the first phase of the partnership, the companies have agreed to co-market a bundle that includes Vonage's SoftPhone service and Boingo's Wi-Fi service.

The offering will be targeted at business travellers, enabling them to make and take calls from Boingo's network of 11,000 airports, cafes and hotels using the XPRO SoftPhone from XTEN, the preferred softphone client used by Vonage.

 Posted by Vonage on Wednesday, October 20 @ 00:00:00 UTC
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 Remember Your 14.4kbps Modem

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Remember When Your 14.4kbps Modem Made You The Coolest Kid On The Block?

October 19, 2004

By Dave Mock

Remember when your 14.4kbps modem made you the coolest kid on the block? You could blow away all those 9.6kbps wannabes and download the latest ASCII battleship game in hours. Oh, how the world has changed.

Upping the ante on your gaming buddies now means you'll be opting for one of dozens of new broadband offerings that offer an astounding 100 times the speed of your old Hayes dinosaur. In the last few weeks, a slew of announcements from major wireless and telecom players has opened up a plethora of offerings that allow one to not only consume bits faster than ever before but also to do it while mobile. Now that is cool.

Wireless giants Verizon Communications (NYSE: VZ) and Sprint PCS (NYSE: FON) started the show earlier this year by announcing a nationwide push to outfit their mobile networks with Qualcomm's (Nasdaq: QCOM) EV-DO technology, giving consumers 300-500kbps over the same reception area of your wireless phone.

 Posted by Vonage on Tuesday, October 19 @ 23:14:00 UTC
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 Boingo Wireless And Vonage

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Boingo Wireless And Vonage Partner To Deliver VoIP Via Wi-Fi Hotspots

October 19, 2004

By Gareth Williams

Boingo Wireless and Vonage Holdings have formed a partnership to deliver VoIP services to customers using Boingo's Wi-Fi hotspots and Vonage's softphone client supplied by Xten Networks.

Both companies have agreed to co-market the service bundle, enabling personal computer users running Windows 98SE/NT/ME/2000/XP/MAXOS-X to make VoIP calls at any of Boingo's hotspot sites.

Significance: Making Vonage's service available in remote locations makes it more attractive to users. Although a laptop is not the most practical device to make calls on, it does provide added flexibility if one is hooked up to a hotspot. A lack of hotspot coverage will curtail access and flexibility - in the US as of today (19 October 2004), Boingo has a network of 3,429 hotspots and 11,000 globally.

 Posted by Vonage on Tuesday, October 19 @ 23:11:27 UTC
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 Boingo & Vonage Sign VoWi-Fi

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Boingo, Vonage Sign VoWi-Fi Pact

October 18, 2004

By Ed Sutherland

Boingo Wireless and Vonage Holdings Corp. Monday announced a pact giving subscribers to the popular VoIP service access to a worldwide network of Wi-Fi hotspots.

"For Wi-Fi to really change the world it needs to spread to every device that uses information from phones to portable game machines to MP3 players," said Sky Dayton, Boingo founder and CEO.

"Our ability to plug the Vonage solution into Boingo's massive Wi-Fi network makes our service even more useful to customers," said Jeffrey Citron, president and CEO of Vonage Holdings Corp.

 Posted by Vonage on Tuesday, October 19 @ 23:08:21 UTC
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 Vonage And Boingo Team Up For Wireless VoIP

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Vonage And Boingo Team Up For Wireless VoIP Service

October 18, 2004

By Gundeep Hora

Vonage, a VoIP service provider, and Boingo, a Wi-Fi service provider, has teamed up to allow Wi-Fi VoIP service to their end consumers.

The companies reported, this service will be targetted towards business travelers who are always on the go and would like to make phone calls over VoIP telephony service from Vonage via Boingo's Wi-Fi Hotspots.

 Posted by Vonage on Tuesday, October 19 @ 23:05:49 UTC
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 IP Telephony Going Mainstream

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IP Telephony Shows Signs Of Going Mainstream

October 18, 2004

By Patrick Mannion

Manhasset, N.Y. — The Fall 2004 Voice on the Net Conference in Boston this week expects to draw twice as much interest as it did last year, one of many signs that suggest voice-over-Internet Protocol technology is surging.

Two moves last week — Linksys' delivery of VoIP adapters to Verizon and Office Depot's plans to sell the VoIP phones and services of VoiceGlo — also point to IP telephony's growing ubiqui.

Linksys' delivery of VoIP adapters to Verizon and Office Depot's plans to sell the VoIP phones and services of VoiceGlo — also point to IP telephony's growing ubiquity.
Analysts predict good times for carriers offering VoIP services as subscribers look to make low-cost over-the-Net calls and gain access to a range of services and features.

Still, technical and regulatory hurdles could keep VoIP an add-on service — not a full phone-line replacement — for the foreseeable future.

 Posted by Vonage on Tuesday, October 19 @ 23:03:44 UTC
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 Vonage® To Sell Its Service On Buy.com

Vonage Press ReleasesVonage® To Sell Its Service On Buy.com® The Internet Superstore

Offering its Service on One of the Nation’s Leading Electronics E-Commerce Retailers Gives Consumers More Options When Seeking a Flat-Rate Calling Plan

Edison, N.J. & Aliso Viejo, C.A., October 19, 2004Vonage Holdings Corp., the leading broadband phone company, today announced Buy.com, the Internet Superstore will sell its services on its Website, www.buy.com. Vonage is pleased to offer its industry transforming calling plans on the nation’s leading electronics E-commerce site.

High-speed Internet customers who have a standard telephone can sign up for Vonage’s service by purchasing one of two starter kits from Buy.com, both featuring Linksys devices. Either device will allow customers to make unlimited calls in the U.S. and Canada for $24.99 per month. The Linksys RT31P2 will be available at $79.99 and the PAP2 will be available at $48.99. After rebates the RT31P2 is $39.99 and the PAP2 is $8.99.

Consumers can also purchase Vonage’s $14.99 Residential Basic 500 Plan. Also available are its two small business plans, which both offer a free dedicated fax line. The Small Business Basic Plan, $39.99 offers 1500 minutes of calling throughout the U.S. and Canada and the Small Business Unlimited Plan, $49.99 offers unlimited U.S. and Canadian calling.

 Posted by Vonage on Tuesday, October 19 @ 22:57:42 UTC
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