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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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 Voice Over Internet Protocol

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Long Way From The Rotary Phone; Voice Over Internet Protocol Is Hottest New Way To Talk

September 5, 2004

By Judy Newman

When Andy Feest wants to make a phone call from his home, he can dial it on his cellular phone. But he has to step outside. Coverage for his carrier, AT&T Wireless, isn't strong enough to reach through the door of his house near the Bergamont subdivision in Oregon.

Feest could use his Verizon landline phone, but a recent problem with the wiring creates a hum that makes it hard to hear phone conversations.

So, much of the time, he reverts to his third phone system, Vonage, the one that runs over his high-speed Internet line.

 Posted by Vonage on Saturday, September 04 @ 00:00:00 EDT
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 Brits Prepare For VOIP

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Brits Prepare For VOIP Deluge

September 6, 2004

By Ray Le Maistre

U.K. telecom regulator Office of Communications (Ofcom) effectively gave the green light to voice-over-broadband competition today by ruling that service providers could provide geographic numbers (ones with area codes) to VOIP customers (see Ofcom Speaks Out On VOIP ).

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 Are Roadblocks Standing In The Way Of VoIP?

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The VoIP Debates; Are Roadblocks Standing In The Way Of VoIP?

September 7, 2004

By John R. Quain

Are roadblocks standing in the way of VoIP? Pioneering Voice over Internet Protocol companies like Vonage and old-school telecom companies like AT&T are racing to bring inexpensive VoIP services to consumers, and the number of VoIP users is on the rise. But regulators are at odds over how to tax the services.

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 Jeffrey Citron Has Launched Two Successful Startups

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Would You Buy A Phone From This Man? At Age 34, Jeffrey Citron Has Launched Two Successful Startups

September 7, 2004

By Stephanie N. Mehta

In the past 18 months streams of moneymen, technology analysts, and journalists have made their way to a drab office building in Edison, N.J.Here a tiny upstart called Vonage is upsetting the telecom industry by selling cheap phone service that travels over the Internet. It is an intriguing concept, but the curious don't come to check out Vonage's dumpy digs or even its technology, which turns out to be some software and a bunch of servers and computer screens. No, they trek to this middle-class suburb 30 miles south of New York City for one reason: to scrutinize Jeffrey A. Citron, Vonage's ferociously ambitious CEO and potentially telecom's next big thing.

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 Virtual Numbers Changing All

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September 8, 2004

By John C. Dvorak

BERKELEY, Calif. (CBS.MW) -- The basic technology is called voice-over-IP and it is referred to as VOIP.

Essentially it's a technology that routes phone calls using the Internet protocol, an IP address like the one your computer uses when it looks at websites.

Years ago it was discovered that analog conversations could be digitized and routed over computer networks completely negating the need for expensive phone switching gear. Most of those calling cards you can buy at Costco and the airport use this technology. That's why the cost per-minute is so cheap.

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 Vonage Versus AT&T

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David Versus Goliath? Try Vonage Versus AT&T

September 11, 2004

By Scott Goldstein

You're probably already getting calls that have traveled most of the way to your phone over the Internet instead of traditional phone lines. More and more people are signing up for Internet phone service, drawn by the relatively low cost. It's a revolution that is being launched here in New Jersey by Edison-based newcomer Vonage and Ma Bell herself, AT&T in Bedminster-The field's most aggressive marketers.

This makes them David and Goliath rivals. The two companies offer competing calling plans and are charging into stores to make the hookup hardware for their respective systems widely available.

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 Phone Home

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PC, Phone Home

September 12, 2004

By Art Janik

New technology that merges your phone and your computer — called voice over Internet protocol, or VoIP — is becoming more accessible, and easier to use, for New York callers.

Making telephone calls over the Internet isn't anything new — the technology was already in use in the late '90s with dial-up computers, allowing users to make, for example, long distance phone calls without paying long distance prices.

But the services were primitive, and broadband connections such as cable or DSL weren't widespread.

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 Boost Net Calling

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Store Sales Could Help Boost Net Calling

September 13, 2004

By Keith Reed

Internet phone service, a burgeoning technology that allows people to make cheap calls to almost anywhere over broadband connections, is getting a boost from retailers.

The technology, also known as voice over Internet protocol (VOIP), has gotten heavy publicity, but so far the equipment needed to send telephone calls over the Internet has been available only from service providers like Vonage and Packet 8. That has kept consumers from having an opportunity to see Internet-phone products in their favorite stores and has limited the growth of VOIP.

 Posted by Vonage on Saturday, September 04 @ 00:00:00 EDT
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 Picking The Right Bundle

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Buying Bundles Of Telecom Services Can Make Things Easier -- And Cheaper -- For Consumers. The Trick Is Picking The Right Bundle


September 13, 2004

By Shawn Young

There's one thing consumers seem to miss about getting phone service from the old AT&T Corp. monopoly: writing one check and knowing whom to send it to.

New technologies and a competitive phone market have brought consumers a dizzying array of choices for local, long-distance, video, cellphone and Internet services. That has been great for lowering prices. But dealing with multiple companies can be a hassle.

So now a host of companies -- from giant phone and cable carriers like Verizon Communications Inc. and Cox Communications Inc. to Internet-based upstarts like Vonage Holdings Corp. -- are bundling several services into one package, on one bill, often at big discounts to a la carte rates. And consumers are signing up in droves.

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