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 Phoning Home While Traveling - Vonage Is One Solution

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How to Phone Home

May 24, 2005

By Suzy Buckley

Using the phone in your hotel room is like playing a game of Russian roulette. Even if prices are posted, you’re never quite sure of the outcome – at least, until you reach the checkout desk.

There are a handful of ways, however, to beat the system. For instance, many cellular-phone carriers now have GSM-based technology – so your cellphone will often, but not always work abroad.

Here are five other ways to save:

 Posted by vonage on Tuesday, May 24 @ 19:30:00 EDT
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 Tangled up over DSL - The VoIP Factor

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Tangled up over DSL

May 24, 2005

By John C. Roper


Voice over Internet Protocol, or VoIP, is emerging as a viable threat to traditional residential phone service. It's essentially phone service over the Internet, and broadband is required. VoIP facts:

•About 1 million subscribers use residential VoIP in the United States.
• By the end of 2009, the number is expected to hit 27 million.
Vonage is the VoIP market leader with 634,000 subscribers.
•This year, SBC Communications, Comcast Corp. and Qwest Communications plan to launch residential VoIP service.
(Source: IDC, Vonage)

A growing number of U.S. consumers are cutting the cord on traditional home telephone service, choosing instead to exclusively use cell phones.

But many of these consumers have found ditching their land-line phone service, and its accompanying cost, isn't possible if they want speedy DSL, or digital subscriber line, Internet service in their homes.

Providers such as SBC Communications require customers to buy residential phone service to have access to their broadband lines, a tactic consumer advocacy groups say is unfair.

That's beginning to change. Qwest is already selling DSL service without the land-line phone requirement. And Houston's major phone provider, SBC, is exploring the same service, dubbed by industry insiders as naked DSL.

 Posted by vonage on Tuesday, May 24 @ 18:54:58 EDT
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 Vonage Quietly Testing New Business Plus VoIP Service

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Vonage Goes To Work
VoIP Provider Is Preparing An Internet-Based Phone Service For Businesses

May 23, 2005

By Denise Pappalardo

Those familiar with Vonage and its unlimited $25-per-month VOIP service for consumers might want to know that the service provider is readying an offer for businesses.

Vonage is quietly testing its Business Plus service with a few customers in the U.S. The service could save customers 35 percent over traditional telephone deals, according to the company. This will be Vonage's offering for customers who need more than two voice lines.

The service provider is bundling a set number of lines and minutes for a flat monthly fee. To support multiple VoIP lines, Vonage certified a handful of devices from AudioCodes, Cisco, Epygi Technologies, and Quintum Technologies.

 Posted by vonage on Monday, May 23 @ 17:33:56 EDT
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 Vonage Shows Off Wi-Fi Phone At E3 Convention

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A Memo From E3: It’s All About The Games – And The Marketing

May 23, 2005

By Hilary Potkewitz

It wasn’t exactly the typical Convention Center crowd: pink hair, platform boots, facial piercings, black-rimmed glasses. Dress ranged from business suits to business casual to casual casual. Blackberries and Treos were mandatory; sneakers and cargo pants optional.

Welcome to E3. Hope you brought your digital camera and cell phone.

But in case you didn’t, several companies offered to lend you theirs: Vonage launched its Wi-Fi cell phones, which use the Internet to make phone calls – unlimited minutes, flat rate per month, works wherever there’s a hotspot and can call anywhere.

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 UK Regulator Ofcom Opens VoIP Door For Vonage

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Vonage Given Stick To Beat BT
VoIP Company Tells Of A Warm Welcome From Ofcom

May 20, 2005

By Peter Judge

Voice-over-IP (VoIP) provider Vonage has launched in the UK, with full approval from Ofcom to offer stiff competition to BT.

"We will offer call quality as good or better than BT," said chief executive Jeffrey Citron, at the London launch. The £9.99-a-month flat rate service allows customers to use any existing phone, which they plug into a Vonage-enabled broadband router. Calls are then free, except international calls and calls to mobiles. The Linksys-made routers will be available from Staples for about £25.

Vonage staff said that Ofcom had welcomed its arrival in the UK, and had gone to some lengths to allow it to make its service (which has been in tests in the UK since January) competitive. For instance, customers will be allowed to keep their Vonage number when they move house, severing the geographical link between dialling code and area. If a customer gets a "London" number, they call and receive calls on that London number, whether their router is connected to the Net in London or Cardiff.

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 Vonage Invading UK VoIP Market Place

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Vonage Strikes Distribution Deal

May 20, 2005

By Adrian Baschnonga

US-based VoIP provider Vonage has revealed that it plans to team up with UK office supplies firm Staples in order to sell its internet telephony service. A tie-up between the two firms will see the US player's VoIP package sold at Staples' 136 British stores.

Vonage is looking to strike similar deals with other UK retailers. Chief executive Jeffrey Citron told Reuters that his firm - which until now has used its UK website as its sole sales medium, following a soft launch earlier this year - is shortly to commence online advertising before using TV, radio and outdoor advertising channels (see United Kingdom: 7 January 2005: Vonage Launches VoIP in UK). In an interview, Citron revealed that Vonage had raised some US$200 million earlier this month to be spent on marketing and new product research.

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 Vonage Pumps VoIP Marketing Dollars Into Uk

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U.S. Companies To Offer Internet Phone Service

May 20, 2005

By Staff

LONDON (Reuters) - U.S.-based phone company Vonage said on Friday it had teamed up with office supplies firm Staples to sell its cut-price Internet telephone service in the UK, as it moved to take on fixed-line giant BT Group.

Vonage said the tie-up would see it selling its services from Staples' 136 stores in Britain, and it was looking for similar arrangements with other UK retailers.

Chief Executive Jeffrey Citron told Reuters that his firm, which until now used its UK Website as its only sales medium, would soon start online advertising and follow it up with advertisements on television, radio and outdoor advertising.

"We'll deploy as much capital (on marketing) as the market can effectively absorb," Citron said in an interview, adding that Vonage had only earlier this month raised $200 million (109 million pounds) to spend on marketing and research on new products.

 Posted by vonage on Friday, May 20 @ 21:30:00 EDT
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 Vonage Preps To Turn It Up On UK VoIP Market

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Broadband Telephony Gets A Boost

May 20, 2005

By Jane Wakefield

The US company is to sell its kit, which allows people to make web calls on their existing home phone, in branches of Staples.

The kit consists of a broadband router which is plugged into a broadband connection and home phone.

Vonage is hoping the fact it works via a phone rather than a computer will make it appeal to a wider audience.

Customers pay a £9.99 monthly fee which will entitle them to unlimited local and national calls. Vonage-to-Vonage calls are free and there are cheap rates for mobile and international calls.

Consumer confusion

Web-phoning technology, known as voice-over IP (voIP) , converts phone conversations into packets of data to be transmitted down the same wires used to browse the net.

It is becoming more popular and getting a higher profile as internet service providers and firms such as Skype attract customers to this lucrative new area for broadband users.

The way we make telephone calls is due to change .

According to the International Data Group, up to 11% of UK broadband users will have a voIP service by 2007.

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 Vonage agrees UK distribution with Staples store chain

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Vonage agrees UK distribution with Staples store chain

May 20, 2005

By Mark Odell

The battle among fixed-line telecommunications operators for customers will take an extra twist today when Vonage, the US low-cost broadband telephony service, unveils its retailing strategy for the UK, writes Mark Odell.

 Posted by vonage on Friday, May 20 @ 19:57:59 EDT
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 Vonage VoIP Wi-Fi Phone Mini Review

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Vonage Wi-Fi Phone In Action

May 19, 2005

By Staff

While the company may not be exhibiting at E3 2005, Vonage met with us to give a short hands-on demonstration of its upcoming Wi-Fi phone. The phone uses a form factor similar to a standard cell phone, but connects to 802.11b Wi-Fi networks. Once connected to the Internet, the phone utilizes Vonage's voice over IP infrastructure to make calls. In tests by BetaNews, the phone performed admirably and automatically acquired network access without a hitch.

Vonage's Wi-Fi phone is currently in beta testing and is slated to launch by the end of the year. Pricing will be around $100 USD, and the phone will be sold via Vonage's Web site.

 Posted by vonage on Friday, May 20 @ 19:30:00 EDT
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