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 More Options Out There For Local Phone Services

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August 20, 2003

By Heather Newman

You've probably seen the billboards along the freeway: The competition for SBC in local telephone service is finally, slowly, arriving.

If you're interested in perusing the options for local service, you'll be pleasantly surprised. In some areas, there are at least half a dozen solid alternatives to going with the established telecommunications giant. Here's a brief rundown of four options:

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August 19, 2003

By Benjamin A. Hunter

We've all seen the Vonage broadband phone service ads on TV. People bragging about how much money they save using vonage, how clear the calls are, etc. So what's the deal? Is it legit? Two months ago I signed up for Vonage, and the following reflect my experiences with the company.

What is Vonage?
Simply put, Vonage is calls over the internet. $39.99 a month gets you unlimited "local" (local being the home area code you choose for your number) and long distance calling. In other words, you pay $40 a month and pay nothing more for phone calls. $25.99 a month gets you the scaled down plan, which includes unlimited local calls, and 500 minutes of long distance calling.

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 Who Needs Phone Lines?

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August 11, 2003
By David Lagesse

Tim Kowalsky happily cut the cord to his local telephone company. No, he hasn't gone hermit--he's still making calls from home with a familiar touchtone phone. But the calls bounce magically through the Internet before reaching his Minneapolis neighbors or the local pizza parlor. And his phone bill has dropped by about $25 a month.

 Posted by Vonage on Tuesday, August 12 @ 17:24:43 UTC
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 In Brief: Hanging up Landlines: An Internet Startup Called Vonage Wants to Repla

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August 9, 2003

By The Editors

An Internet startup called Vonage wants to replace your local phone company. It offers cut-rate service by routing calls over its customers' Internet connections.

Vonage claims its sound quality competes favorably with Ma Bell. When customers sign up, the company sends out a converter box that connects their phones to their broadband connection (cable modem, DSL, and the like). Once installed, it works like normal phone service-complete with dial tone.

 Posted by Vonage on Monday, August 11 @ 15:08:19 UTC
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 'C' word use shocks IT industry

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August 8, 2003

By Cormac O'Reilly

Opinion As the "C" word creeps into everyday IT conversation, the confused get scared, and the squeamish, squirm. Of course we are talking commoditization, which not only heralds the end of big margins for the IT establishment, but ultimately the demise of the in-business IT community.

Let's look at the IT establishment, and the rush to get into EMC's big margin knickers. How exactly do you make big money on disk storage when it costs less than $1 a gigabyte? Good question, especially if your business model was developed in the halcyon days when a terabyte fetched $1m.

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 Advances In Internet Telephony Slash Bills And Irk Bells

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August 7, 2003

By Marcelo Rodriguez

When veterinarian Tom Tribolet moved to Buenos Aires to try his hand as a thoroughbred racehorse trainer six years ago, staying in touch with his sons in Arizona and California meant spending upward of $500 a month with the Spanish-owned company that controls half of Argentina's phone service.

Today, Tribolet can call anyone he wants in the United States and Canada any time he feels like it. And his monthly bill comes to $40.

 Posted by Vonage on Monday, August 11 @ 15:05:58 UTC
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 In Brief: Hanging up Landlines: An Internet Startup Called Vonage Wants to Repla

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August 9, 2003
By The Editors

An Internet startup called Vonage wants to replace your local phone company. It offers cut-rate service by routing calls over its customers' Internet connections.

Vonage claims its sound quality competes favorably with Ma Bell. When customers sign up, the company sends out a converter box that connects their phones to their broadband connection (cable modem, DSL, and the like). Once installed, it works like normal phone service-complete with dial tone.

 Posted by Vonage on Sunday, August 03 @ 02:39:47 UTC
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 U.S. Cablers, ISPs look to VoIP for Stickiness and Broadband Boost

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U.S. Cablers, ISPs look to VoIP for Stickiness and Broadband Boost

August 4, 2003

By Steve Mullins

U.S. cablers and ISPs are rolling out voice-over-IP (VoIP) services as they look to sour broadband adoption and reduce churn. While leading cable companies are developing solutions themselves, smaller outfits and SPs without legacy networks are turning to turnkey outfits to provide voice capability.

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 VoIP Deployment in Japan

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Syndeo Sees VoIP Deployment in Japan as Good Sign for U.S.: Company Projects its Cable Clients Will Sign up 100,000 Phone Subscribers by Year-end

August 1, 2003

By Alan Breznick

If cable voice-over-Internet-Protocol (VoIP) service takes off in Japan, will it fly in the U.S. too? Syndeo Corp. executives certainly think so. In fact, they're pointing to the early cable VoIP results in Japan as proof that the technology can be a big hit on the North American continent as well.

In mid-July, Syndeo announced that its flagship product, the Syion Call Management Server (CMS) and Media Gateway Controller, now supports 10,000 actual VoIP subscribers on several Japanese cable systems. The initial estimates are that up to 20% of the cable subscribers who have been marketed are opting for the service.

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 Vonage Sees Spike in Call Volume

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July 29,2003

By Staff

Broadband VoIP telephone provider Vonage says it has completed some 40 million customer calls over its Session Initiation Protocol network. Vonage's service offers voice service over customers' broadband connections, using a standard telephone, including standard features like caller ID and, according to users, with considerably better voice quality than early Internet telephony applications. The company reports that call traffic is beginning to accelerate substantially. Volume went from a total of 25 million calls to the new 40 million calls figure in some 60 days, and Vonage says it is now carrying about 2 million calls a week from some 38,000 customers.

 Posted by Vonage on Thursday, July 31 @ 18:11:05 UTC
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