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The devices are
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Hi these are most
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their
configuration
guides,
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Has anyone setup a
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 Vonage Ceo: States Will Hurt VoIP Start-Ups

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Vonage Ceo: States Will Hurt VoIP Start-Ups

June 7, 2004

By Donny Jackson

State regulation could undermine efforts by new VoIP entrants to make business models work by wiping out venture capital funding in nascent providers, according to Jeffrey Citron, CEO of Vonage, currently the largest residential VoIP provider in the U.S.

Speaking at the Association of the Bar of the City of New York, Citron said a recent decision by the New York State Public Utilities Commission declaring Vonage a telecom corporation proves that states will regulate VoIP providers unless prohibited by the FCC or Congress. New York made its ruling largely to ensure that the VoIP provider meets 911 standards. A federal court in Minnesota last year ruled that Vonage is an unregulated information service, but Citron said he does not want to fight such battles in all 50 states.

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 Vonage Claims 1BN Minutes

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June 7, 2004

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EDISON, N.J. -- Vonage, the leading broadband telephony provider, today announced its customers have completed one billion minutes of calling over its Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) network. Vonage is the first residential broadband VoIP service provider to complete one billion minutes across its network.

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You've seen Vonage's website ads all over the 'Net (they've been dominating Geek.com, courtesy of our ad broker affiliate relationship), so by now you're probably familiar with the name and basic pricing details of the Vonage (pronounced "von-udge") Voice over IP (VoIP) service offerings. Vonage has been around for about 2.5 years and boasts over 250,000 customers, leading the field against some major (AT&T, Quest, Verizon) and "minor" (Net2Phone, 8x8) competitors. Vonage and its public relations firm want to double that subscriber number by the end of the year, which explains the media blitz and price cuts we've all been witnessing.


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 Vonage Cuts VoIP Starter Kit To $30

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Vonage Cuts VoIP Starter Kit To $30

June 3, 2004

By Staff

The already inexpensive Internet-telephone service is about to get a little more inexpensive, with the announcement that Vonage is cutting the price of its starter kit to $30 at retail stores.

The company said the cost of starter package--an adapter and two months of Vonage service--has been lowered at 5,000 retail stores, including Best Buy, Circuit City, Fry's, and Radio Shack. The limited-time offer costs $79.99; a $50 rebate brings the final price to $30.

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 Vonage Cuts Price Of VoIP Starter Kit

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Vonage Cuts Price Of VoIP Starter Kit

June 3, 2004

By Staff

Vonage, the leading broadband telephony provider, today announced its Suggested Retail Price (SRP) at Best Buy, Circuit City, Fry's and RadioShack is now $79.99. Customers also receive a $50 mail-in-rebate, making the total price only $29.99 when purchased at any of the 5,000 plus retailers selling Vonage.

"Vonage's suggested retail price change is indicative of Vonage's goal to pass its savings along to its customers, as we have now reached the point where we can reduce costs," stated Matthew Deatrick, vice president, Retail Channel Sales for Vonage. "We are looking forward to
huge sales growth with several of the nation's top consumer electronics retailers, while demonstrating the value of broadband phone service to an untapped market segment."

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 Canadians Have Been Slow To Adopt Internet Telephony

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Canadians Have Been Slow To Adopt Internet Telephony But A Sea Change Is Coming


June 24, 2004

By Mark Evans

According to a recent poll by Ipsos-Reid, Canadians have been slow to embrace Internet telephony and there appears to be little demand for the service among consumers.

However, this has not stopped an increasing number of companies from jumping into the market. The playing field now includes Primus Telecommunications Canada Inc., Comwave Telecom Inc., Holdings Corp., Nicer Technologies Inc. and BabyTel. Telus Corp., AOL Canada Inc., Saskatchewan Telecommunications Holding Corp. and Yak Communications Inc. plan to launch services later this year.

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 Voice Over Internet Telephone

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Voice Over Internet Challenges Telephone
Agere Taking Part In Technology's Rollout. U.S. Is Slow To Adopt


June 27, 2004

By Jeanne Bonner

Experts have long predicted the death of traditional home telephone service, in large part because of the deployment of wireless services such as the cell phone.

Plain old telephone service, as it is known in the industry, will die. But it turns out its executioner will more likely be Voice over Internet Protocol, rather than the cell phone.

VoIP is finally beginning to gather steam in the United States. The technology uses a high-speed broadband Internet connection to make telephone calls. The calls travel at least part of the way on an Internet protocol network rather than the public switches that make up the telephone infrastructure.

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Internet Phone Service For Every Home Not Far Off

June 27, 2004

By Wesley Brown

LITTLE ROCK - Local phone service in Arkansas and the rest of the nation is nearing a big evolution, experts say, meaning that terms like WiFi, telephony and FTTH (fiber-to-the-home) will soon become part of our everyday language.

However, it is Internet phone service, more commonly known as voice-over-Internet protocol (VOIP) technology, that many feel will have the biggest impact on the landscape of the $100-billion-a-year telecommunications industry over the next few years.

"Clearly, VOIP is going to be very important over the next few years," said SBC Arkansas spokesman Ted Wagnon. "It is the most substantial technological advance in 100 years."

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 Vonage released a Mac OS X version

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June 28, 2004

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Vonage released a Mac OS X version of its SoftPhone software for use with its Voice Over IP telephone service. The software, which requires a Vonage service account for use, makes it possible to make and receive calls from Internet-connected computers using Vonage. Vonage pricing varies according to service plan.

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 Vonage Selects Empirix VoIP Test

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Vonage Selects Empirix VoIP Test Solutions

June 29, 2004

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Wilmington, MA Empirix Inc. has announced that broadband phone service Vonage is using Empirix's Hammer products to test and verify its broadband IP network.

Vonage is employing the Empirix test equipment to stress test their network with high volume off-net and on-net traffic and to debug complex call scenarios. The carrier's aim is to ensure network availability, voice quality and correct operation of enhanced services.

"In order to successfully deploy our broadband telephony service, we needed a set of test tools that could verify the full range of features and capabilities in our network.

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1Unlimited calling and other services for all residential plans are based on normal residential, personal, non-commercial use. A combination of factors is used to determine abnormal use, including but not limited to: the number of unique numbers called, calls forwarded, minutes used and other factors. Subject to our Reasonable Use Policy and Terms of Service.

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HIGH SPEED INTERNET REQUIRED. †VALID FOR NEW LINES ONLY. RATES EXCLUDE INTERNET SERVICE, SURCHARGES, FEES AND TAXES. DEVICE MAY BE REFURBISHED. If you subscribe to plans with monthly minutes allotments, all call minutes placed from both from your home and registered ExtensionsTM phones will count toward your monthly minutes allotment. ExtensionsTM calls made from mobiles use airtime and may incur surcharges, depending on your mobile plan. Alarms, TTY and other systems may not be compatible. Vonage 911 service operates differently than traditional 911. See www.vonage.com/911 for details.

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