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rely exclusively
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for our

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Hello, It's
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Android your phone
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 A Call for Cool

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A Call for Cool

August 25, 2005

By Tonya Jameson

What's that hanging from your hip? Or buried in your purse?

Maybe it's a spunkless factory cell phone in need of a makeover. Or maybe you're already on top of the game.

When your phone rings, everyone hears Prince's "U Got the Look." And you're way too stylish to have a factory faceplate: Pamela Anderson covers your phone and you've got a handcuff charm hanging from the antenna.

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 New Technologies

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New Technologies

August 23, 2005

By Staff

The biggest economic obstacle to broadband diffusion is that when consumers have one service provider available, they pay substantially higher prices than in markets where there's more pressure to compete, Vonage Chmn. Jeffrey Citron said Mon. at the Progress & Freedom Foundation's annual meet-up in Aspen, Colo.

Even in a market of 2 or 3 players, meaningful competition doesn't exist, he said, noting that the issue extends far beyond pricing -- it's about quality of broadband service and speed, too. It's not enough to look at how many high- speed Internet providers operate somewhere, NCTA Pres. Kyle McSlarrow said. Services carried on the broadband pipe -- like VoIP and video -- also must be considered when gauging competition, he said.

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 Vonage IPO: Fall 2005

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Vonage plans fall IPO to raise $600M

August 24, 2005

by Heidi Moore, Dennis Fitzgerald and Chris Nolter

Hold the phone: Vonage Holdings Corp. , the largest provider of phone services over the Internet to retail customers, is planning to file for an initial public offering to raise between $400 million and $600 million, according to sources familiar with the matter.

Edison, N.J.-based Vonage is expected to file an offering memorandum with the Securities and Exchange Commission within the next six weeks, sources said. The company declined to comment.

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 Cable Questions Net Neutrality; Verizon and Vonage Back It

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Cable Questions Net Neutrality; Verizon and Vonage Back It

August 23, 2005

By Staff

Net neutrality is fundamental for the cable industry, but NCTA Pres. Kyle McSlarrow said he's leery of any doctrine that enshrines guidelines to help competitors enter video delivery. Without naming names at the Progress & Freedom Foundation's (PFF) annual policy summit here, he wagged a finger at "industries that ought to know better and thrive in the regulatory environment [who] are the first to try to put rules of road down for other people." The Bells had decided not to enter video but now some companies are "playing catch-up and want to change all the rules," he said.

The FCC adopted a net neutrality policy statement this month and upheld consumers' rights to competition among network providers, ISPs and content creators. But questions remain about whether the decision will force broadband companies to give consumers unfettered use of content and applications.

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 Speaker at Aspen Urges 'Broadband Bill of Rights'

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Speaker at Aspen Urges 'Broadband Bill of Rights'

August 23, 2005

By Jeff Smith

The chief executive of the leading independent Internet telephony company on Monday urged the government to adopt a consumer "broadband bill of rights."

Jeffrey Citron, chief executive officer of Vonage Holdings Corp., said such formal policies are needed to ensure consumers have access to a minimum level of service, have a lawful right to connect to any Internet site and will be able to attach any device as long as it doesn't harm a network.

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 Vonage Claims Price 'Blocking' Of VoIP

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Vonage Claims Price 'Blocking' Of VoIP

August 22, 2005

By Paul Kapustka

Vonage Holdings, the poster child in the debate about how open Internet services need to be, claimed Monday that an unnamed service provider was forcing its broadband customers to pay a premium to use Vonage’s Voice over IP services.

While it wasn’t a case of outright “blocking” of VoIP like the company has previously experienced, Vonage CEO Jeffrey Citron used the example of the extra-fee-for-VoIP incident as part of his argument in favor of a “broadband bill of rights,” that would put into law the type of service a user of broadband services could expect.

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 Citron: ISP is Surcharging for Vonage Access

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Vonage's Citron: ISP is Surcharging for Vonage Access

August 22, 2005

By Russell Shaw

On Monday, Vonage CEO Jeff Citron charged that an unnamed Internet Service Provider was implementing a surcharge on customers that wanted to use Vonage's VoIP services over its network.

Citron made the charge while speaking at the Progress & Freedom Foundation's Aspen Summit in (you get one guess where) Aspen, Col.

"Those who say there's not a network neutrality problem need to take their head out of the sand," Citron told the group. He added there is "no law that prohibits (blocking), so you can't adjudicate against it."

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 We Need A Broadband Bill Of Rights

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We Need A Broadband Bill Of Rights

August 22, 2005

By Preston Gralla

The news that a service provider was forcing its broadband customers to pay a premium to use VoIP from Vonage shows that it's time for a "broadband bill of rights."

The idea for a broadband bill of rights was suggested by Vonage's CEO Jeffrey Citron. The idea is that there are certain rights you have as a broadband consumer, for example, that your service provider can't block you from using a VoIP service from a competitor.

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 99 Percent of Libraries Offer Free Internet

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September 1, 2005

By Steven Titch

99% of Libraries Offer Free Internet

Free high-speed Internet connections are available in almost 99 percent of U.S. public libraries, including most in high-poverty urban areas, according to a study conducted by Florida State University researchers and funded by the American Library Association and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.

The findings, released in June, dent claims that substantial portions of urban populations have no access to inexpensive broadband. Many advocacy groups, including the Consumer Federation of America and Free Press, have urged local governments to embark on large-scale, long-term, taxpayer-funded programs to blanket entire cities with wireless broadband systems. Philadelphia, for example, has taken bids on a system projected to cost between $15 million and $20 million. San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom has spoken in support of a city-operated system that would offer free wireless for low-income residents and the homeless.

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 Voice Over Internet Gains Ground in Granite State

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Voice Over Internet Gains Ground in Granite State

August 22, 2005

By Denis Paiste

Voice over Internet Protocol has the potential to be a disruptive technology, according to James M. Prendergast, executive director of Americans for Technology Leadership, a Washington, D.C.-based lobbying group.

"The idea that you can get a phone number and take your laptop and a phone that you plug into a jack and take your phone wherever it can ring, no matter where in the world you are, is an intriguing concept. I think it injects another layer of competition," he said.

Unlike a traditional phone that uses the old Bell system's lines and switches, a VoIP call travels over the Internet. Depending on the technology being used, a VoIP call can be delivered entirely through the Internet or connect at one end through a traditional land line or a cellular connection.

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