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For wipe call
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of the offline, in
gengral , it
usually apply to
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What is the main
number on the
account? And
which one is the
virtual number?
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Trafford Posted:
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diazou Posted:
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Android your phone
software
? Thanks!
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Hi all We have
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Av8rix Posted:
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Im trying to add
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 Vonage How To

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How-To: Use A Pocket PC PDA As A WiFiphone

August 31, 2004

By Phillip Torrone

This week’s How-To is a handy one for the folks out there who use the Vonage Voice Over IP (VOIP) service and happen to have a Pocket PC device with WiFi. We’re going to show you how to turn just about any Pocket PC PDA device in to a real telephone with a working telephone number. At the end of this, we’re also going to post our phone number so you can test it out (it might be a long distance call for you).

    Ingredients for this How-To:

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 Vonage Makes VoIP A Staples Item

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Vonage Makes VoIP A Staples Item

August 31, 2004

By Staff

Edison, N.J. -- Internet telephone provider Vonage Holdings Corp.cut a deal with Staples Inc. to offer its products at 1,200 stores nationwide and online at Staples.com (www.staples.com).

Under the agreement, Staples will sell Vonage starter kits at its stores, which allow broadband Internet users to make unlimited calls in the U.S. and Canada for a flat monthly rate of $14.99.

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 Vonage Weighs Its Options

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Market Leader Vonage Weighs Its Options

August 9, 2004

By Andrew McMains

NEW YORK - Still in its infancy, voice-over-Internet protocol (VoIP) telephone service has the potential to replace or at least rival traditional land-line service. And since it can be delivered via broadband and cable, the number of consumer options is growing.

Staying ahead in a rapidly growing market will be a major mission for the winner or winners of category leader Vonage's $50-75 million marketing-services review, launched last week [Adweek Online, Aug. 5].

 Posted by Vonage on Tuesday, August 03 @ 00:00:00 EDT
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 Vonage shopping for an agency

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Marketing

August 9, 2004

By Staff

Vonage is shopping around for an agency to market its VoIP service, budgeting out $50-75mln. The company has contacted about 20 ad agencies and media buyers, with responses due back by the end of the month. Vonage spent less than $5mln in advertising last year and just a little north of $1mln in the 1st 6 six months of this year.

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 Vonage Starts Review

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Vonage Starts Review For Marketing Services

August 12, 2004

By Constance L. Hays

Vonage Holdings, the broadband telephone company, has begun a review for its marketing services account, with billings estimated at $50 million to $70 million.

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 Web May Replace Your Phone

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Why The Web May Replace Your Phone
On The Fringe For More Than A Decade, A Cheap, Flexible Internet-Based Phone Service Is Poised To Take Off


August 12, 2004

By Gregory M. Lamb

VoIP. Pronounced "voip," it sounds as silly as it looks. But in the world of telVoecommunications, it's becoming a serious business that could change the way you make a phone call.

Rather than depending on telephone lines, VoIP - or Voice over Internet Protocol - would allow you to use the Web. It might pave the way for a new, more flexible wireless service. And it's cheap: You could reach Nanjing for the price of calling next door.

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 Lower Phone Bills

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Net Effect: Lower Phone Bills

August 13, 2004

By Eric De Regnaucourt

Douglas Mayle, an American software developer who lives on the French Riviera, has several phone numbers -- including two in cyberspace that carry U.S. area codes.

When he wants to call friends or family back home, he uses an ordinary phone that's attached to a box connected to his computer. When friends and family in the U.S. want to call him, they dial using one of his U.S. numbers and he answers on that same phone. In both directions, it's a domestic call -- in some cases a local one.

"It saves me hundreds each month," Mr. Mayle says, and it saves the people calling him as well. Mr. Mayle can take his U.S. numbers anywhere he can get an Internet connection with enough bandwidth (at home he has a DSL connection).
It's a long distance between the U.S. and Europe -- but an Internet-based telephone service can turn an overseas phone call into a local one. The same technology can slash the cost of calling within Europe.

 Posted by Vonage on Tuesday, August 03 @ 00:00:00 EDT
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 Internet Talk Is Cheap

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Internet Talk Is Cheap, But What People Really Want To Know Is, How Does It Sound?

August 16, 2004

By William Mauldin

Internet talk is cheap, but what people really want to know is, how does it sound? So we decided to give VoIP a real test, going beyond the usual method of just making a few sample calls.

Using an industry-approved method, we had six volunteers rate more than 100 calls over four VoIP lines, one landline and one cellular phone on a scale of 1 to 5. The tests were blind, of course, and we took the mean opinion score to come up with our results.

To our surprise, one of the Internet services actually beat the landline, something few experts had expected. Two of the other services had noticeably more glitches, like calls that went in and out of service or calls that had a few syllables chopped out here and there. Not exactly what you want for a business call.

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 Vonage Extends VoIP Reach

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Vonage Extends VoIP Reach -- Telephony Service Provider Aims To Double Its Partner Base Within Program's First Year

August 16, 2004

By Jennifer Hagendorf Follett

Vonage is building up a channel program to help it target small-business customers, creating new opportunities for solution providers to offer VoIP telephony service.

Perhaps best known as a startup provider of broadband-based VoIP service to consumers, Vonage also boasts offerings aimed at small businesses with fewer than 100 employees. Small-business service accounts for about 20 percent of the company's sales, said Mark Lyons, vice president of VAR sales at the Edison, N.J.-based service provider.

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 Vonage v. Minn. PUC

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Wireline

August 17, 2004

By Staff

With Vonage v. Minn. PUC oral arguments expected in Oct., Vonage urged the FCC during an ex parte meeting last week to act "expeditiously" on its pending petition concerning the jurisdictional nature of its service.

"If the FCC chooses to act later, the [U.S. Appeals Court, St. Louis,] will render the decision prior to the FCC, and the Commission will be bound by the court decision," Vonage attorney William Wilhelm told us: "If the FCC wants to set a precedent, it would have to act on the matter before the court ruling." The 8th Circuit is expected to issue its decision this year. With respect to VoIP 911 services, Vonage said it continued to "devote substantial resources toward the development of standards and technology necessary to facilitate VoIP 911 services."

 Posted by Vonage on Tuesday, August 03 @ 00:00:00 EDT
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