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 Vonage Vs. Cable Firms; Vonage Offers More Options

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Feature Choice Growing For Online Phone Plans; Vonage Vs. Cable Firms; Third-Party Companies Offer More Options , But You'll Need Broadband

April 25, 2005

By Mike Angell

Talk about a competitive market. Some 200 companies now offer Internet phone services.

The companies deliver the calls via broadband lines using VoIP, or voice over Internet protocol. By breaking voice into data packets, VoIP offers low-cost long-distance calling and features not available with regular phone service.

About 1 million people are using VoIP service. And thousands are signing up each month.

As the technology matures, new users face a quandary: Which provider should they use?

Consumers have two basic choices for getting VoIP service.

One option is a third-party company, such as Vonage.

It delivers phone calls over a broadband connection provided by another firm.

 Posted by Vonage on Tuesday, April 26 @ 23:29:20 UTC
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 Vonage, SBC Working Out 911 Service Access Details

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SBC, Vonage Working On 911 Service Access Deal

April 21, 2005

By Justin Hyde

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - SBC Communications Inc. is in talks to provide Internet telephone provider Vonage Holdings Corp. with enhanced 911 emergency services for its customers, after an initial fight between the two carriers.

Initially SBC rejected a request from Vonage to lease access to the necessary equipment and databases, preferring to focus on an industrywide effort. Now the two sides are talking about a deal and going over technological requirements, according to a letter from SBC made available on Thursday.

Privately held Vonage provides its service using high-speed Internet connections and does not have access to the traditional 911 system where a phone number and address pop up in emergency call centers.

Instead, the company's 550,000 customers must activate a 911 service by registering an address which is used to send calls to lower-priority lines at call centers. That has drawn complaints that customers are unaware they must activate the service.

"We have offered to negotiate commercial agreements ...," Christopher Rice, SBC executive vice president for network planning and engineering, said in an April 18 letter to Vonage Chief Executive Jeffrey Citron.

Regardless, Rice told Vonage that the carrier would have to reach agreements with each public safety entity for delivery of 911 calls.

 Posted by Vonage on Tuesday, April 26 @ 02:10:00 UTC
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 Vonage Asks Feds For Help, Solves Clearwire Blocking

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Vonage Solves Clearwire Blocking Problem, Asks Feds For Help

April 22, 2005

By Heather Forsgren Weaver

WASHINGTON-Vonage Holding Co., the largest independent Voice over Internet Protocol provider, has solved the problem at least one customer was having when Clearwire Corp. blocked access to Vonage's VoIP service, said Jeffrey Citron, Vonage chief executive officer, on Capitol Hill Tuesday. Clearwire is a new wireless Internet service venture backed by cellular pioneer Craig McCaw.

Citron said Vonage is still investigating what remedies it has against Clearwire because Clearwire is an information service.

The debate about what constitutes an information service vs. what makes a telecom service has ramifications for everything with requirements about open access, universal service, enhanced 911 and law-enforcement surveillance.

The Supreme Court recently heard oral argument in the Brand X cases-the National Cable & Telecommunications Association vs. Brand X Internet Services and the Federal Communications Commission vs. Brand X. Brand X Services Inc. is an independent ISP that wanted access to a cable system to offer its services to the cable operator's cable-modem customers. The company was blocked when the FCC declared cable-modem service an information service and thus not required to provide open access to other companies.

The FCC recently reached a consent agreement with Madison River Communications of Merbane, N.C., which included a $15,000 fine and an agreement that the local telephone company would stop blocking Vonage. It is unclear whether the FCC could come to the same conclusion with cable companies or wireless Internet service providers like Clearwire. The Supreme Court's ruling in Brand X is likely to add more clarity.

Citron said Clearwire admitted to blocking Vonage and said it blocked anything as high as 64 kilobits per second-the amount of bandwidth necessary for voice-but Citron said this was not accurate.

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 SBC To Provide Vonage VoIP 911 Services

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SBC In Talks With Vonage To Provide 911 Services

April 22, 2005

By Staff

SBC is in talks with Vonage to provide 911 services for its customers, according to reports earlier today.

Initially, SBC rejected a request from Vonage to lease access to the equipment and databases, but have recently changed their tone on the topic.

Many people with VOIP services such as Vonage are unaware that they do not have 911 services initially, and that they have to activate a separate 911 service by registering an address which is used to send calls to lower-priority lines at call centers. As one can well imagine, the VOIP companies don't disclose this clearly to customers.

 Posted by Vonage on Tuesday, April 26 @ 01:30:00 UTC
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 Vonage Driver Andretti Gets A Shot At More Wins

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Young Andretti Gets A Shot At More Wins

April 22, 2005

By Staff

Teenager Marco Andretti will compete in five additional IRL Menards Infiniti Pro seriesraces in 2005, including two at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway: the Futaba Freedom 100, run the same weekend as the Indy 500; and the Liberty Challenge, contested during the United States Grand Prix weekend.

Andretti, the 18-year-old grandson of former Indianapolis 500 winner Mario Andretti and the son of Andretti Green Racing co-owner Michael Andretti, won his series debut April 3 at the Grand Prix of St. Petersburg, driving the No. 26 Vonage Dallara/Infiniti/Firestone.

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 More IPS Races For Marco Andretti And #26 Vonage Car

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April 22, 2005

Marco Andretti will compete in five additional IRL Menards Infiniti Pro Series races in 2005, including two races at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway - the Futaba Freedom 100, run the same weekend as the Indianapolis 500; and the Liberty Challenge, contested during the United States Grand Prix weekend.

Andretti, the 18-year-old grandson of former Indianapolis 500 winner Mario Andretti and the son of Andretti Green Racing co-owner Michael Andretti, won his series debut April 3 at the Grand Prix of St. Petersburg driving the No. 26 Vonage Dallara/Infiniti/Firestone.

Andretti will compete in both races at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, and also will compete on the 1-mile oval at Milwaukee (July 24) and the road courses at Infineon Raceway (Aug. 28) and Watkins Glen International (Sept. 25).

 Posted by Vonage on Tuesday, April 26 @ 00:50:00 UTC
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 Andretti's Win In Vonage Car Turns Into More Racing

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Andretti's Win Turns Into More Racing

April 21, 2005

By Anne Proffit

There was no doubt Marco Andretti wanted another crack at the Menards Infiniti Pro Series after winning his debut at the Honda Grand Prix of St Petersburg on April 3rd under the most strenuous set of circumstances.

Shepherded by his father Michael, grandfather Mario (attending his first non-Indy 500 IRL race for this purpose) and the Zen-master of melding good racers Tony Cicale, was there any doubt this 18-year-old would succeed in his first MIPS race?

Well, yeah. Marco overcame winning and losing and regaining pole position, losing his best friend in an auto accident, relinquishing the race lead with a dumb move and regaining it with a masterful one reminiscent of his famous grandfather.

Afterward Andretti indicated he'd like to be back to the Indy Racing League's ladder series, most likely for the USGP weekend on June 18th; Marco also said he'd like to race at The Milwaukee Mile, the seminal oval where Mario (4 wins) and Michael Andretti (5) cut their oval racing teeth.

Today those desires were fulfilled and augmented, as Andretti intends to contest five additional Menards Infiniti Pro Series races in his #26 Vonage Dallara/Infiniti/Firestone racer.

 Posted by Vonage on Tuesday, April 26 @ 00:30:00 UTC
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 Andretti To Race Five Additional Pro Series In The Vonage #26 Car

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Marco Andretti To Campaign Five Additional Pro Series Races

April 21, 2005

By Tim Harms

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. -- Marco Andretti will compete in five additional IRL Menards Infiniti Pro Series races in 2005, including two races at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway - the Futaba Freedom 100, run the same weekend as the Indianapolis 500; and the Liberty Challenge, contested during the United States Grand Prix weekend.

Andretti, the 18-year-old grandson of former Indianapolis 500 winner Mario Andretti and the son of Andretti Green Racing co-owner Michael Andretti, won his series debut April 3 at the Grand Prix of St. Petersburg driving the No. 26 Vonage Dallara/Infiniti/Firestone.

 Posted by Vonage on Tuesday, April 26 @ 00:05:40 UTC
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 Vonage VOIP Handset Price Set At $100

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Vonage Sets $100 Price Point For VOIP Handset

April 20, 2005

By Mark Hachman

Vonage, which is in U.S. beta trials with handsets from VTech and UTStarcom, plans to bring to bring the handsets out in the U.S. at the end of the summer or early autumn, said Kerry Ritz, Vonage's U.K. managing director. Ritz also disclosed that the company is in alpha trials with business customers for video-over-IP conferencing services.

In addition, Boingo Wireless plans to bring out its own VOIP phone through a partnership with SK Telecom, the company's president told an audience at The Wireless LAN Event here.

Although the first phones will be so-called "single-mode" handsets -- WiFi only -- the VOIP companies are already beginning to court and sign deals with traditional cellular providers.

 Posted by Vonage on Monday, April 25 @ 23:52:10 UTC
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 Vonage Promised 911 Access From Qwest

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Vonage Gets Some 911 Love From Qwest

April 21, 2005

By Barb Dybwad

Vonage took some heat over its handling of 911 calls last month.

At the heart of the issue is that the telcos have a strong incentive to prevent access to their networks to competitors in the VoIP space such as Vonage. However, Vonage has just had some success convincing at least Qwest Communications that providing proper 911 service might be a public safety issue worth setting aside economic differences over. The agreement allows 911 calls from Vonage customers to route through Qwest’s emergency call infrastructure in 14 states, as opposed to taking the, uh, scenic route they have to take currently.

 Posted by Vonage on Friday, April 22 @ 00:00:00 UTC
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