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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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 Talk Of The Internet

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Talk Of The Internet

March 31, 2004

By Scott Craven

If you're browsing for the next frontier in phones, stow your cell and eye the Internet.

A technology that was once the domain of computer-savvy college students looking to save a buck or two on long distance is on the verge of going mainstream. It can enhance portability, lower the cost of calls and allow just about anyone to have a more prestigious area code than, say, 602.

By the end of 2006, 1.8 million households will be making calls from phones plugged into the Net, up from 135,000 users in 2003, according to In-Stat/MDR, a Scottsdale research firm that tracks the telecommunications industry.

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 VON Keynote: The FCC Enters The Year Of VoIP

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VON Keynote: The FCC Enters The Year Of VoIP

March 31, 2004

By Staff

"If last year was the year of spectrum, this is the year of VoIP," said Robert Pepper, Chief of Policy Development at the FCC. In the first three months of this year, the FCC has issued an historic declaratory ruling on VoIP (the Pulver.com petition), initiated a Communications Assistance for Law Enforcement (CALEA) rulemaking proceeding on VoIP, and launched a far-ranging Notice of Proposed Rule Making (NPRM) concerning "Everything over IP" (EoIP). In addition to the Pulver.com petition (now resolved), there are also at least five other declaratory rulings still pending on critical VoIP questions (AT&T, Level 3, Inflexion, Vonage and SBC).

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 Leading Vendors Deliver IP Phones And VoIP Devices On Windows CE

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Leading Vendors Deliver IP Phones And VoIP Devices On Windows CE

March 31, 2004

By Staff

SANTA CLARA, Calif., March 31 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Today at the Spring 2004 Voice on the Net (VON) Conference & Expo, Microsoft Corp. announced upcoming voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) features for Windows(R) CE 5.0 (previously code-named Macallan). The company also announced that leading vendors are delivering a wide variety of VoIP-based client devices and services -- such as desktop and wireless phones, IP set-top boxes, residential gateways and thin clients -- running the Windows CE operating system.

New device and equipment manufacturer partners developing IP phones and VoIP devices using Windows CE include Atrium C&I Co. Ltd., Bast Inc., Intermec Technologies Corp., Inter-Tel Integrated Systems Inc., LG Electronics, Mikasa Shoji Co. Ltd., NEC Infrontia Corp., Netsys Corp., Reddline Systems Inc., RV Technology Ltd., Uptech Ltd., Wooksung Electronics Inc. and ZTE Corp. These partners chose Microsoft because Windows CE enables innovative telephony applications and tight integration with desktop and server applications.

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 Windows CE Gets Call For Net Phones

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Windows CE Gets Call For Net Phones

March 31, 2004

By Ben Charny

SANTA CLARA, Calif.--Microsoft said Wednesday that major manufacturers, including NEC and LG Electronics, intend to create Internet phones with the newest version of Windows CE, Microsoft's operating system for small devices.

The first wave of phones from the equipment makers is coming over the next three months, Microsoft Product Manager Balz Wyss said.

The manufacturers are among 22 new licensees Microsoft announced Wednesday for its latest Windows CE software, which is a stripped-down version of the Windows operating system intended for handheld devices, set-top boxes and other limited-function computing devices other than PCs and servers. The new CE software, version 5, contains much improved technology for making phone calls on the Net with voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP), according to Microsoft. Internet Protocol is the most popular method of sending data from one computer to another.

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 FNF: Telco Video Being Pushed By VoIP

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FNF: Telco Video Being Pushed By VoIP

March 31, 2004

By Vince Vittore

SANTA CLARA, Calif.-Despite having much of the technology for telco video delivery for years, the drive by cable operators getting into the voice over IP market has becoming the tipping point for carriers to begin offering triple-play services, according to Glenn Campbell, an analyst with Merrill Lynch.

Speaking this morning at the Fast Net Futures show here, Campbell, who mostly covers the Canadian market, said it really wasn’t until cable operators started threatening telcos’ core voice revenues that carriers made the move to deploy video. As a result, telcos are coming to the conclusion that they have no other choice but to offer a robust broadband connection, which likely will include video.

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 Lucky Warns Of End-User Broadband Expectations

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Lucky Warns Of End-User Broadband Expectations

March 31, 2004

By Loring Wirbel

SAN FRANCISCO - Former Bellcore and Telcordia Research head Robert Lucky warned of the end-user expectations for "free" service as a key factor affecting future telecom recovery.
At the keynote speech Wednesday (March 31) for the Communication Design Conference, Lucky said that free services have different and sometimes contradictory meanings in wireline and wireless environments. Using the example of Voice Over Internet Protocol's impact on circuit-switched voice service, Lucky said that the telecom market's primary problem is that "no one knows what anything costs."

"Telecom may be heading the way of DRAMs, where the price is set by the most idiotic competitor," Lucky said. "It's a race to the bottom, and the bottom in this case is free service."

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 AT&T, Vonage Cut Prices on Internet Calling

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AT&T, Vonage Cut Prices on Internet Calling

By Justin Hyde

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - AT&T Corp. and Internet telephone provider Vonage said on Thursday they were cutting prices for their residential Internet calling services by $5 per month, the strongest signs yet of a price war in the nascent market. 
 
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 John S. Rego CFO Vonage® to Deliver Corporate Presentation at Euromoney

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John S. Rego CFO Vonage® to Deliver Corporate Presentation at the Euromoney Seminar: The Global Business Telecom Summit

Edison, NJ, September 27, 2004
- John S. Rego, CFO of Vonage will deliver the following corporate presentation: "Achieving Fast Growth in Competitive Markets," at Eurmoney’s Seminar: The Global Business Telecom Summit. Mr. Rego’s presentation will highlight Vonage’s rapid ascent to the top of the broadband telephony industry and will also discuss global expansion plans.


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 CNN/Money Vonage Review

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Loud And Clear Over The Internet
After A Week Of VoIP Phone Service, A Writer Gives It A Thumbs Up. Her Editor Might Think Otherwise

September 28, 2004

By Sarah Max

SALEM, Ore. (CNN/Money) – When it comes to phone service, I'm cheap.

I've tried every trick, from calling cards to cell phones, to save on communication costs. Poor reception or inconvenience always brings me back to old-fashioned phone service.

So when my husband suggested I look into Internet phone service during a recent move, I was intrigued by yet another possibility to save on my phone bill but skeptical.

A handful of companies, including AT&T and Verizon, now offer voice over Internet protocol, or VoIP. To connect to the service, you plug your regular old phone into a telephone adapter connected to your cable or DSL modem. You make and receive calls as you would on a regular phone, the only difference being that calls travel over the Internet instead of over a phone line. (See "Are you ready for Net phone?")

I decided to try Vonage (pronounced vahn-age), which is the largest in this niche industry with 260,000 phone lines running through its service.

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