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Had a call from a
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You can recollect
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The devices are
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margins , please
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Hi these are most
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PBX interops and
their
configuration
guides,
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Has anyone setup a
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 With New WiFi Phone Shipping, Vonage Should Become A Wi-Fi Provider, Too

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December 13, 2005

By Russell Shaw

Here's an idea for your morning coffee. Vonage ought to become a WISP (Wireless Internet Service Provider). Plenty of WISPs are for sale. They ought to buy some, affiliate with others.

Becoming a Wireless Internet Service Provider would offer Vonage a growth platform for its long-anticipated UTStarcom F1000 Wi-Fi VoIP Phone - which finally goes on sale today. The best price you'll be able to get it for (at least up until it shows up on eBay, will be $80. That's over the Vonage site, after an instant rebate.


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 Vonage, UTStarcom Launch Portable Wi-Fi Phone

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December 13, 2005

By Staff

Vonage Marketing, a subsidiary of Vonage Holdings Corp., a leading broadband phone company, and UTStarcom Inc., a global leader in IP-based, end-to-end networking solutions and services, today launched the F1000, a portable Wi-Fi handset manufactured by UTStarcom and configured with Vonage's Voice over IP (VoIP) phone service. This product, which will offer mobility across 802.11b networks, is now available at www.vonage.com for $129.99 with a $50 instant rebate for a total of $79.99.


 Posted by vonage on Tuesday, December 13 @ 16:54:21 UTC
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 Vonage launches UTStarcom F1000 WiFi Phone

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December 13, 2005

By Staff

The UTStarcom F100 WiFI handset has been around for a while, but finally broadband phone company Vonage has launched the phone to complement its list of Voice over IP (VoIP) services.

This means users will be able to use the phone at any hotspot around the world to make phone calls.

This versionof the F1000 is customized to include Vonage's standard call features including three-way calling, call waiting, repeat dial on busy, call forwarding to user assigned number, call hold/resume, voicemail, call rejecting/redial/mute and Caller ID based on phone book entries.

 Posted by vonage on Tuesday, December 13 @ 16:47:43 UTC
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 Vonage and UTStarcom Launch Portable WiFi Phone

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December 13, 2005

By Johanne Torres

Vonage and broadband phone company UTStarcom Inc. launched the F1000, a portable WiFi handset manufactured by UTStarcom and configured with Vonage's VoIP phone service today, right in time for the holidays. The device, which will offer mobility across 802.11b networks and is currently available online, retails for $129.99 with a $50 instant rebate for a total of $79.99


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 Vonage Debuts Cell-like Wi-Fi Phone

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December 13, 2005

By Ed Oswald

Vonage and UTStarcom on Tuesday announced a cell phone-like device that will allow customers to use their Vonage accounts from anywhere there is a Wi-Fi connection.

Initially, the phone will only operate with public networks, meaning hotspots like those in Starbucks or some airports would not be compatible. However, Vonage said that it plans to resolve these issues as soon as possible.


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 What Vonage customers care about most

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December 8, 2005

By Russell Shaw

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I'm big on dates- the milestone variety. (I could tell you about dates- the "millstone" variety-but only over a beer).

Just went back over the archives of this blog. I found an entry from exactly a year ago entitled "What Vonage customers care about."

I wrote this entry after going to the independently owned and operated Vonage Forum and reading various lists that rank the most read news stories and reviews. Given that this Forum tends to attract the most interested of Vonage users, a list of this Forum's most read news stories is a pretty accurate indicator of what concerns these folks.


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 New VoIP Phone System Fits The Bill

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December 6, 2005

By Staff

A West Midlands firm has slashed its phone bill by half after turning to the VoIP (voice over internet protocol) system developed by US firm Vonage.

Synergy Distribution, based in Tamworth, says the new system has cut its phone bills by pounds 250 a month since it was installed last May.

The firm, which specialises in the distribution of musical instruments, has also been able to operate more efficiently thanks the advanced features Vonage has built into the system.

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 Internet Phone Savings

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December 5, 2005

By Staff

Nearly ten-million homes and businesses now use the Internet to make their phone calls. That new way of phoning is called Voice over Internet Protocol or VoIP, for short. It's supposed to save you money. Consumer Reports just checked it out.

Ginny Persico is one of millions of people who make calls via their high-speed Internet connection, having dumped their traditional phone service.

"The bills were getting higher and we ended up getting the digital service. Saves about, the bills are about half of what they used to be," Ginny said.


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 Net Neutrality is Key to Telecom Reform, Hill Staffers Hear

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December 5, 2005

By Staff

Vonage and TiVo executives said they're content with net neutrality provisions in the House Commerce Committee telecom reform draft. The issue is so central to their business models that they're inclined not to quibble over minutiae, which might result in delaying the legislation's passage or stalling the bill indefinitely. Those outcomes would spell disaster for the 2 high-tech companies, Congressional staffers heard at a Public Knowledge (PK)- sponsored lunch Fri.

"If it can't be better because we need to get the bill passed, I can live with it, because I need it," said TiVo Gen. Counsel Matthew Zinn, calling net neutrality the most important component to his company in the Telecom Act rewrite. Under the "gatekeeper model" being proposed by major telcos like BellSouth and AT&T (WID Dec 1 p2), "we don't have a role; we're done," he said. Vonage Vp- Govt. Affairs Chris Murray said net neutrality is "the most important issue to get right in terms of the way the Internet is going to evolve over the next decade." The topic must be approached with much humility and considerable deliberation, he said.


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 Dialing Up Phone Calls On Internet

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December 5, 2005

By Lore Croghan

Growing numbers of people are turning to the Internet - for phone service.

Voice over Internet Protocol has drawn 3.6 million subscribers nationwide, a staggering fourfold increase in the past year, according to TeleGeography Research.

To be sure, VoIP is dwarfed by the 93 million residential lines that traditional phone companies have. But it's going to keep growing, said Stephan Beckert, TeleGeography's director of research - because it's cheaper than regular phone service, especially if you make a lot of calls to other countries.


 Posted by vonage on Wednesday, December 07 @ 00:00:00 UTC
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