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 Vonage Starts Rallying Cry For Broadband Phones: Launches National Effort As Big

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October 13, 2003
By Deanna Zammit

NEW YORK -- With large communications companies mostly on the sidelines and smaller players focusing on highly targeted direct and online efforts, Vonage is hoping to take an early lead in the broadband-telephone field with a $15 million national campaign.

TV and radio work from New York shop The Gardner-Nelson Project portrays Vonage as the rallying point for a grassroots movement against traditional phone companies. Vonage provides phone service through the Internet for a flat monthly fee, a system known as Voice Over Internet Protocol or VoIP.

 Posted by Vonage on Monday, October 13 @ 22:30:09 UTC
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 Between a Rock and a Hardplace

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October 9, 2003
By Staff

With their core voice businesses in decline, incumbent fixed-line operators are shifting to broadband.

IT IS hard to get excited about fixed-line phones. You plug them in, you dial a number, you get through, so what's new? But Vonage, a small company based in Edison, New Jersey, has rustled up some magic with its breathtakingly clever phone technology. It makes you realise just how limited existing fixed-line phones are, and how much internet
technology can do to shake up the business of providing boring old telephony.

 Posted by Vonage on Monday, October 13 @ 22:28:52 UTC
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 PC Users Can Now Make Long-Distance Calls Free

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October 9, 2003
By Almar Latour and Peter Grant

Peter Clegg, an opera singer in Washington, D.C., is among the latest converts to a technology that may render much of the world's telecommunications infrastructure obsolete over the next decade or so.

He registered a few weeks ago for a global phone service provided by a tiny Stockholm-based start-up called Skyper Ltd. "It's free," Mr. Clegg says. "I like free." The service, called Skype, is available to anyone who goes to Skyper's Web site and downloads the company's software, which can then be used to make phone calls to other Skype users anywhere in the world.

 Posted by Vonage on Monday, October 13 @ 22:27:57 UTC
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 Vonage Launches Service in Vermont

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October 8, 2003
By Staff

Vonage has rolled out its broadband phone service to Vermont's high-speed Internet customers.

Vonage's service, which offers unlimited local and long-distance calling, and features like call waiting, call forwarding and voice mail, is available for a flat monthly rate. Vonage customers can select phone numbers from the
(802) area code

 Posted by Vonage on Monday, October 13 @ 22:27:05 UTC
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 “Keep Your Phone, Lose Your Old Phone Company”

Vonage Press ReleasesVonage®, the Broadband Phone CompanySM, Launches Revolutionary Television Advertising Campaign

Edison, NJ, October 13 -- Vonage®, the fastest growing broadband phone company in the United States, announces the launch of a new multi-million dollar television advertising campaign. “The Vonage Movement” depicts a consumer revolution against the traditional, big phone companies, and an ultimate switch to broadband telephone service with Vonage. The campaign, which consists of 30-second, 60-second and 1:20 spots, was developed for Vonage by The Gardner-Nelson Project in New York, and will break on national cable television stations in late September.

 Posted by Vonage on Monday, October 13 @ 22:25:44 UTC
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 Vonage® CFO John S. Rego to Participate in the Voice over Internet Protocol Pane

Vonage Press Releasesat the ITU Telecom World Conference in Geneva

Edison, NJ, October 10
– John Rego’s presentation, Wednesday, October 15, 2003 at 4:30pm-6:00pm GMT+1, at the Geneva Palexpo, Switzerland will focus on the transport of voice telephone calls over IP-based networks. It will also feature information on the growth of this technology within the recent year and its utilization as an alternative to the traditional phone system.

 Posted by Vonage on Monday, October 13 @ 22:24:47 UTC
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 Vonage Announces Broadband Phone Service In Vermont

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October 7, 2003
By Staff

Vonage, a leading provider of broadband phone service, announced the availability of service throughout the state of Vermont.

High-speed Internet subscribers from Burlington to Pittsfield can now take advantage of Vonage's broadband phone service offering free unlimited local and long distance calling, which includes the most popular features like call waiting, call forwarding and voicemail for one low, flat monthly rate. Vonage customers are now able to select phone numbers from the popular (802) area code.

 Posted by Vonage on Wednesday, October 08 @ 17:32:31 UTC
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 On the Road, Smartly:

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These Tips can Help Frequent Travelers Ensure Smooth Trips, From Airport Security Checks to Hotel Telecommunications Connections

October 6, 2003

By Dave Gussow and Jules Allen

The last-minute dash to catch a plane is fading into memory.

Hardy road warriors have had to adjust to a new world of travel in the past few years. More security means getting to the airport earlier. Longer waits at airports mean potentially more idle hours. Fewer flights mean scheduling can be more of a headache.

Savvy business travelers are making the most of a difficult situation. And technology is playing a key role in helping them stay on schedule, remain connected and be productive.

 Posted by Vonage on Wednesday, October 08 @ 17:31:32 UTC
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 Vonage® Launches Service in Vermont

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Consumers and Small Businesses in the Green Mountain State can get Unlimited Calling Throughout the U.S. and Canada for a Flat Monthly Rate

Edison, NJ, October 7, 2003 – Vonage, the leading provider of broadband phone service, today announced the availability of service throughout the state of Vermont.
High-speed Internet subscribers from Burlington to Pittsfield can now take advantage of Vonage’s broadband phone service offering free unlimited local and long distance calling, which includes the most popular features like call waiting, call forwarding and voicemail for one low, flat monthly rate. Vonage customers are now able to select phone numbers from the popular (802) area code.


 Posted by Vonage on Tuesday, October 07 @ 19:50:38 UTC
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 There's pressure on Netphone companies to conform

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October 1, 2003
By Staff

Transcript from National Public Radio's Marketplace Show piece that ran October 1, 2003 at 6:55 AM EDT.

Click here to listen to audio clip.

CHERYL GLASER, anchor:

The creation of the internet has changed how many of us do
some common things. Instead of shopping at the mall, for
instance, we try a dot-com. Instead of doing research at a
library, we can sit at home in our jammies and just Google
it. Instead of flirting in bars, we go to chat rooms.
Some of us even log on instead of using Ma Bell. And that,
of course, has some telecommunications regulators wondering
what to do about Internet phone companies. Jeff Horwich
reports.

 Posted by Vonage on Friday, October 03 @ 17:04:35 UTC
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