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Im trying to add
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After recent
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4th and 5th of
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peterlee Posted:
Had a call from a
Hospital in Ajax,
Ontario to my home
in
Scarborough, Onta
rio
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I am looking for a
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HildBeft Posted:
You can recollect
password by
connecting the
router to your pc
and open the
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Great tips..
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massrman Posted:
The devices are
available at
different price
margins , please
share your
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massrman Posted:
Hi these are most
commonly used SIP
PBX interops and
their
configuration
guides,
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Sammy00 Posted:
Has anyone setup a
W52p phone for
vonage? I have
a W52p with two
wireless handsets,
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James44 Posted:
Hi, I am
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September 15, 2005

By Richard Wray

Unlike Skype, Vonage is not a software-based service so it does not matter what computer or operating system you use. Once you have gone through the online signup process you are sent an adaptor that plugs into your broadband connection, you plug your existing phone into it and you are ready to call.

The trouble is that you need an Ethernet router. Most ISPs send their broadband customers a modem that plugs into a computer's USB port. This will not work with Vonage. Ethernet routers are easy to find and relatively cheap, with D-Link and Netgear being two popular brands. NTL and Telewest customers who use their cable provider to access the internet may already have an Ethernet modem (if you are unsure, ask your service provider).

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September 13, 2005

By Michael Star

Vonage presents Ellen DeGeneres with $100,000 toward Hurricane Katrina relief on tomorrow's "Ellen DeGeneres Show".

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 VoIP Gets Place in the Sun After Katrina

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September 12, 2005

By Howard Buskirk

VoIP carriers have benefited from good publicity in the days since Hurricane Katrina devastated New Orleans and the Gulf Coast. VoIP sources said they hope the anecdotal evidence helps the industry make its case for extending the FCC's late-Nov. deadline for VoIP carriers to connect all their customers to emergency call centers.

The recent wave of publicity stands in contrast to what was probably the VoIP industry's darkest day -- the May FCC meeting, when witnesses testified how their lives had been put at risk because their VoIP phones failed to connect to emergency services. Vonage, the nation's largest independent VoIP operator, was mentioned by name during the May meeting, but has gotten positive mentions in recent days.

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 WiFi Phone Taps into Home Wireless Broadband Nets

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September 12, 2005

By Dawn C. Chmielewski

Cordless phones, your days are numbered.

An emerging class of WiFi phones lets you tap into your wireless home network to make calls over the Internet, without the snap, crackle or pop of a cordless. Indeed, it might one day make cellular phones (can you hear me now?) obsolete, as well.

The new F1000 WiFi phone from UTStarcom will be available in October through Internet phone provider Vonage. It provides a glimpse of the future, where people will one day be able to use the high-speed data networks springing up in airports, coffee houses and copy shops to make phone calls, not just check their e-mail.

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 Log On and Say Hello

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September 11, 2005

By Kim Leonard

A call made over the Internet will sound about the same as one made on a traditional home phone.

Still, Internet-based phone services such as Vonage, Verizon VoiceWing and AT&T CallVantage are signing up customers steadily for two reasons: They cost less than comparable, regular phone service and their special features appeal to professionals and others who want more control over when and where they receive calls.

Most consumers still know very little about Internet calling, known as Voice over Internet Protocol service. But in the Pittsburgh area, they're about to see offers from at least four companies that are jumping into the emerging field.

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 New Orleans City Government Improvises VoIP Solution: Fields Bush Call

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September 10, 2005

By Russell Shaw

The Wall Street Journal reports that during the first several days of the crisis after Hurricane Katrina hit, New Orleans city officials used VoIP for most of their communications with the outside world.

Cell and land-line service was down. Satellite telephony is expensive, plus the type of satellite phones available to city officials had limited battery life and long charge-up times.

The VoIP deployment took place at the Hyatt Hotel in downtown New Orleans. A good part of the city's infrastructure had relocated there as and after the storm hit.

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 Mobile Phone Uses VOIP

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September 10, 2005

By Terry Maxon

Imagine having a cordless phone that can make calls anywhere you can find a wireless network.

That's what the upcoming UTStarcom F1000 phone promises – a Wi-Fi phone connection you can take with you.

Of course, many consumers may say they already have such a phone: They call it a "cellphone," and it can make calls just about anywhere, with no need to be near a Wi-Fi hotspot like the UTStarcom.

But the advantage to the UTStarcom and other Wi-Fi phones is that they use voice over Internet protocol technology. VoIP service usually costs a lot less per month than cellular or traditional phone service.

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 Internet Telephony Gaining More Strength

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September 10, 2005

By Jon Van

The country's Internet telephony pioneer, Vonage Holdings Corp., crossed a milestone this week by activating its millionth customer. But that's only the latest in a series of events that demonstrate the technology's strength.

Last week, by buying the software company Teleo, Microsoft Corp. signaled its intention to incorporate voice over Internet protocol into its several products. Microsoft follows earlier moves to embrace Internet telephony by online giants Yahoo and Google.

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 President's Call Used Vonage Link

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September 9, 2005

By Paul Kapustka

The call made by President Bush to the mayor of New Orleans was made via a Vonage Voice over IP connection, according to a great story in today's Wall Street Journal that recaps the communications struggles of the city's leaders during Hurricane Katrina's darkest hours.

According to the Journal report (subscription required), when the regular phone lines all failed, it was a Vonage account that provided the staff with its only stable telecom link to the outside world. And when Bush called the mayor after his initial fly-by, the call came in via the Vonage line, according to the story.

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 Vonage Hits 1 mil. VoIP Customers in North America

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September 8, 2005

By Julian Watson

Global Insight Perspective

Significance - Vonage has seen success in getting broadband subscribers to subscribe to its VoIP service.

Implications - The North American VoIP market is crowded, but prices have remained stable over the past six months.

Outlook - Comcast's entry will test both the Baby Bells and Vonage.

Vonage Leading the VoIP Pack:

 Posted by vonage on Tuesday, September 13 @ 01:00:00 UTC
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