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 Both AT&T, Vonage Cut VoIP Prices By $5.00

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Both AT&T, Vonage Cut VoIP Prices By $5.00

October 1, 2004

By Staff

No sooner had AT&T announced a $5.00 a month cut in its VoIP service effective Friday, than Vonage Holdings dropped its VoIP monthly charge by $5.00, thereby remaining $5.00 below AT&T's charge.

With the new prices, AT&T's monthly charge is $29.99, while Vonage's price is $24.99. Both services are similar, offering local and long-distance service in the U.S. and Canada, in addition to a host of advanced features, such as call forwarding, which can be managed over users' PCs.

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Vonage Returns Serve

October 1, 2004

By Jeff Baumgartner

The day after AT&T cut $5 off the monthly fee for its CallVantage VoIP service, Vonage did the same, reducing its traditional unlimited plan to $24.95 per month.

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 Internet Phone Service Is A Money Saver

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Talk Is Cheap
Internet Phone Service Is A Money Saver, But Should You Make The Switch?


October 1, 2004

By Adam Baer

Ever since Alexander Graham Bell picked up a receiver and said “one large pie with pineapple and ham,” landline phones have worked more or less the same way. That’s about to change: A new technology called voice over IP (VoIP) is revolutionizing the way we reach out and touch someone, delivering an expanded menu of features and promising drastically lower monthly bills.

Conventional phone service relies on expensive, antiquated switches to route your calls. VoIP converts voice signals into digital data and zaps it over the Internet like e-mail. (See page 146 for a detailed explanation.) A broadband cable or DSL connection is required, but you can use the same old phone you have now, hooked up to an adapter supplied by your VoIP provider. Plus, you get a standard 10-digit number.

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 Seven Things You’re Not Doing On The Internet

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October 1, 2004

By Steven Morgenstern

No doubt you’ve mastered the basics of life in the internet age—e-mailing, banking online, Googling favorite actresses, and so on. But many of the most useful online opportunities don’t reveal themselves through casual browsing—you have to stumble on them accidentally, delve into the thorny underbrush of computer magazines, or pick the brains of tech-crazed guys like me.

Here, then, are the leads you need to get more from your Internet experience—all completely legal, some free, others inexpensive and none demanding fluency in geekspeak.

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 Is A VoIP Telephone System In Your Company's Future?

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Calling The Shots
Is A VoIP Telephone System In Your Company's Future? Here's How To Find Out--Without Breaking The Bank


October 1, 2004

By Mike Hogan

Rent or buy: it's a familiar calculation for businesses maximizing cash flow. Just as you might outsource Web site hosting or expensive programs, you can check out VoIP telephone systems before buying PBX hardware by signing up for IP Centrex.

It's not the same as the analog Centrex services the Bells and other large telecom companies offer small and midsize businesses. Like other all-digital systems, IP Centrex benefits from the cost-effectiveness of an Internet transmission backbone, the growing need of businesses for broadband data streams, and its ability to mingle voice and data.

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 Rivals AT&T And Vonage Slash Price

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Rivals AT&T And Vonage Slash Price Of Internet-Phone Service

October 1, 2004

By Ken Brown

Internet calling is getting cheaper -- again.

AT&T Corp. cut the price of its Internet phone service by $5 a month yesterday, only to see rival Vonage Holdings Corp. slash its prices to stay $5 below AT&T's latest offer.

AT&T has stepped up the marketing of its CallVantage service in the past two months, including a slew of ads show during the Olympic Games in Athens. Yesterday, AT&T cut the price of its unlimited calling plan by $5 to $29.99.

Vonage, an upstart Internet-phone company with more than 275,000 subscribers, responded by cutting the price for its unlimited calling plan from $29.99 to $24.99. "We were going to announce this on Oct. 1," said Vonage Chairman and CEO Jeffrey Citron. "Coincidentally AT&T made their announcement today so we accelerated ours." AT&T hasn't said how many Internet-phone customers it has.

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Venture Capitalists Got Caught In The Summer Doldrums

October 1, 2004

By Ann Grimes

Venture capitalists entered the third quarter with the wind at their backs -- more initial public offerings of stock were completed in the previous quarter than any time since the 1990s technology boom -- fueled, in part, by the much-anticipated IPO of search-engine company Google Inc.

But high expectations, which gave several venture capitalists much-needed liquidity, failed to turn into a third-quarter surge. Venture-backed IPOs for U.S. companies, which rose to 24 in the second quarter from 10 in the first, fell back to 14 during the slower July-September period.

When the shares sold by both new and existing investors are accounted for, third-quarter transactions brought in $2.3 billion, according to VentureOne, a Dow Jones & Co. newsletter that tracks the industry. Although that looks good in comparison with the $1.5 billion raised by 22 venture-backed IPOs in all of 2003, more than half the capital raised in the latest quarter came from Google, which brought in $1.7 billion on its opening day in August. Google shares have risen almost 50% since. Several venture-backed companies -- including Nanosys Inc. and PlanetOut Inc. -- postponed their IPOs, citing uncertain market conditions.

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 Vonage Cutting Prices

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AT&T And Internet Telephone Provider Vonage Are Cutting Prices For Their Residential Internet Calling Services By $5 A Month

October 1, 2004

By Staff

AT&T and Internet telephone provider Vonage are cutting prices for their residential Internet calling services by $5 a month, the strongest signs yet of a price war in the nascent market. AT&T, which is retreating from traditional residential phone services, said Thursday that it is lowering the price of its CallVantage service by $5 a month to $29.99.

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 VoIP -The Big Small Business

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VoIP -The Big Small Business Advantage?

October 1, 2004

By Staff

VoIP, or Voice over Internet Protocol, is quickly emerging as one of the dominant trends in telecommunications this year.

So what exactly is VoIP? Forget the technical jargon and think 'phone over the Internet' A pretty simple concept really. VoIP transforms a high-speed Internet connection into a phone line, converting your analog voice into a digital signal that can be transmitted over the Internet.

While you can't use VoIP with dial-up Internet service, it works with most types of access including DSL, DSL Lite and cable modem. As well, VoIP offered through a company like Primus Canada also works with most wireless service providers including Bell Sympatico, Rogers Cable and Shaw to name a few.


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 How Low Can VoIP Go?

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How Low Can VoIP Go?

October 1, 2004

By Colin C. Haley

Voice over IP providers Vonage and AT&T have cut rates by $5 per month for existing and new customers, as competition for early adopters of the technology heats up.

Vonage now charges about $25 per month for unlimited calling throughout the 50 states and Canada. It also still has a $15 per month plan that provides 500 minutes of local, long-distance and toll calling.

AT&T (Quote, Chart) prompted the move by cutting its residential offering to $30 per month. In addition, some AT&T promotions provide the first month of service free to new subscribers who sign up before Jan. 31, 2005.

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