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 Michigan Cable Operator To Resell Vonage

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October 1, 2003
By Charlotte Wolter

The business model for many of the hosted IP voice service providers includes wholesale arrangements with broadband network operators who would sell directly to their customers.

Now consumer SIP voice service provider Vonage has announced a wholesale agreement with Coldwater Board of Public Utilities (CBPU), which supplies several communities and the surrounding rural areas in central lower Michigan with high-speed data, basic and digital cable TV, and dial-up Internet, as well as being a long distance reseller.
The wholesale agreement is the third acknowledged by Vonage, which has an agreement with cable operator Armstrong and earlier had a resale agreement with BellSouth for that company's DSL subscribers in the Atlanta area. The RBOC abruptly canceled that service when the arrangement became publicly known

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 Vonage CFO Sees Profits Ahead

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October 1, 2003
By Ray Le Maistre

SIP service provider Vonage Holdings Corp. is set to hit profitability by "the second quarter of next year," according to its CFO, John Rego.

Vonage has been racking up the milestones in recent months, signing up its 50,000th customer just last week (see Vonage Hits 50K VOIP Lines) and closing September with 54,000 customers, Rego tells Boardwatch. Its service is currently available in 90 U.S. markets in 30 states, and that will become 91 (and 31 states) this Friday or next Monday when Vermont's broadband subscriber can start using the firm's services.

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October 1, 2003
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Vonage offers something sensible, perhaps to offset your purchase of a luxury sports boat. Well, maybe not but it is a neat service. Vonage is a digital phone service that allows you to keep your existing phone number and take it with you wherever you go. Moving to the Catskills but want your friends to think that you’re still on the Upper East Side? Take that 212 number with you. Includes free voicemail, call waiting, call forwarding, conferencing and *69. For more information visit vonage.com.

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October 1, 2003

By Robert X. Cringely

The only thing I have in common with Howard Stern (other than the fact that we are both mammals) is that we both use Internet telephone service from a company called Vonage.

The Vonage service allows Howard and me to make, for $39.99 per month, unlimited phone calls anywhere in the U.S. and Canada and darned cheap phone calls to anywhere else in the world. It uses real phones and real phone numbers and is just like the service you're used to, except that calls are routed over the Internet rather than over a telephone company's network. Vonage is aimed at people with broadband Internet connections (primarily DSL or a cable modem) and uses a technology called voice over Internet protocol (VoIP). And it could kill your phone company.

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Bad News for Your Phone Company: Good, Cheap Internet Phone Service is Finally Here

October 1, 2003
By Robert X. Cringely

The only thing I have in common with Howard Stern (other than the fact that we are both mammals) is that we both use Internet telephone service from a company called Vonage.

The Vonage service allows Howard and me to make, for $39.99 per month, unlimited phone calls anywhere in the U.S. and Canada and darned cheap phone calls to anywhere else in the world. It uses real phones and real phone numbers and is just like the service you're used to, except that calls are routed over the Internet rather than over a telephone company's network. Vonage is aimed at people with broadband Internet connections (primarily DSL or a cable modem) and uses a technology called voice over Internet protocol (VoIP). And it could kill your phone company.

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 Vonage Hits 50K VOIP Lines

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September 26, 2003
By Staff

EDISON, N.J. -- Vonage, the broadband phone company, today announces the activation of 50,000 total lines on its network.

With the addition of more than 2,000 lines to its network every week, Vonage’s active line base has reached 50,000, further defining it as the leader in the broadband Internet telephony industry. Vonage’s call volume has recently hit 60 million completed calls across its SIP network and continues to grow at an exponential rate. This represents over half of all broadband telephone lines and calling activity nationwide, according to a June 2003 Merrill Lynch report. Consumers and small businesses are increasingly looking to Vonage as their broadband alternative to traditional telephone service.

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 Vonage Cracks 50,000-Line Milestone

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September 24, 2003
By Kevin Fitchard
Voice-over-IP service provider Vonage today said it has provisioned 50,000 lines since launching its service in April 2002 and is adding new customers at a rate of 2000 lines per week.

This demonstrates that were a real company, said John Rego, chief financial officer. Vonage has clearly become a leader in the voice-over-IP space.

 Posted by Vonage on Tuesday, September 30 @ 18:02:31 UTC
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 A Crush of VoIP Announcements at VON

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September 24, 2003
By Staff

As the Voice-on-the-Net conference continues in Boston, the announcements of new milestones, alliances and products pour forth, with some big guns, such as AT&T and Verizon, throwing their weight behind some VoIP initiatives.
Among the Crush of Announcements:
Long distance voice giant AT&T announced 9/23 a new VoIP service for business customers. The service will be offered as an option on its Managed Network Virtual Private Network (VPN) for business customers starting in 2004. The service sill initially target the domestic needs of big U.S. corporations and government agencies, with continued expansion to over 40 countries slated throughout 2004.

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 VON: Conference Finds Signs of Life on Planet IP

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September 24, 2003
By Tim McElligott

BOSTON -- Jeff Pulver, CEO of pulver.com and host of this fall’s Voice on the Net conference here, opened the show yesterday with the explication of a new scientific discipline: bio-telecommunications. In identifying the difference between heteromorphic and homomorphic transformation-linking VoIP to the former-Pulver likened the IP communications industry to an emerging butterfly that has taken on a completely different form and therefore should not be treated like the traditional telecom world it leaves behind.

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 Vonage: 50,000 Lines Activated

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Vonage: 50,000 Lines Activated
September 24, 2003
By Kevin Fitchard

Vonage, the Internet protocol-based phone company, says it has activated 50,000 lines on its network since launching service in April 2002.

Vonage, of Edison, N.J., markets local and long-distance phone service to consumers and small businesses through direct sales and wholesale partnerships with other communications companies, including Earthlink Inc. and Advanced Cable Communications.

 Posted by Vonage on Tuesday, September 30 @ 18:00:09 UTC
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