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 Vonage Offers VoIP Mobile Phone

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Vonage Offers VoIP Mobile Phone

January 5, 2005

By Andrew Orlowski

Voice over IP pioneer Vonage is to market a mobile phone handset for around $100, the company announced today.

Existing subscribers may be offered the handset, the F1000, for free. The handset could be used at Wi-Fi hotspots, but given the chaotic state of the infant Wi-Fi market - with a paucity of hotspots and few roaming agreements - Vonage's moby is more likely to take the place of the cordless home handset.

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 Vonage Will Offer Wireless Phones

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Handsets, Coming In Mid-2005, Will Eliminate The Need For A VoIP Adapter


January 5, 2005

Vonage Holdings announced this week that it has partnered with two companies to offer wireless telephone handsets for its Voice over IP service.

Vonage Holdings announced this week that it has partnered with two companies to offer wireless telephone handsets for its Voice over IP service.

Both phones will eliminate the need for Vonage customers to buy VoIP adapters to connect with traditional, non-VoIP phones. Vonage in the past has marketed the adapters, but not VoIP phones, says Louis Mamakos, Vonage's chief technology officer.

Vonage, which provides VoIP service to residential and small business customers, announced it will begin offering a VTech Holdings cordless VoIP telephone through retail outlets by mid-2005.

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 The Telecom (Better Late Than Never) Revolution

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The Telecom (Better Late Than Never) Revolution

January 4, 2005

By David C. McCourt

Is it possible that, eight years after the landmark 1996 Telecommunications Act was passed, federal regulators are finally understanding what the telecommunications revolution was supposed to be about?

Recent evidence is encouraging. In November 2004, the Federal Communications Commission ruled that Vonage, one of the leading providers of telephone services over the Internet, or Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP), was exempt from the usual labyrinth of state regulation because it clearly offered an interstate service. The news about Vonage was preceded by an October rule letting telephone companies construct a fiber-optic network within 500 feet of a home without having to share it with competitors. At the same time, the FCC announced that electricity providers could offer Internet service over their power lines.

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 Wireless Net Calling Targets Masses

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Wireless Net Calling Targets Masses

January 4, 2005

By Paul Davidson

Internet phone calling, which is already rocking the traditional phone business, is poised to take on the cell phone industry later this year.

Vonage, the No. 1 Internet phone company, will unveil plans Tuesday to offer subscribers a wireless Wi-Fi phone that can make calls over the Internet at homes or at public Wi-Fi hot spots. For Vonage subscribers, the phone could amount to a kind of limited-use cell phone that would cost nothing extra.

Several smaller companies have introduced Wi-Fi phones in the USA at prices ranging from $130 to $750. But Vonage's move would mark the first mass-market rollout of the device at a lower price, probably around $100.

"Our customers are asking for it," says Vonage CEO Jeffrey Citron.

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 VTech Shows Integrated VoIP Phone At 2005 CES

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VTech Shows Integrated VoIP Phone At 2005 CES

January 5, 2005

By Staff



The company is showcasing its new ip8100 5.8Ghz VoIP integrated phone and the new 4106 VoIP Terminal Adapter at the Consumer Electronics Show 2005 (CES).

"VTech has introduced revolutionary products for more than 25 years, so we are excited to partner with them to drive the much anticipated era of broadband telephony," said Jeffrey A. Citron, chairman and CEO of Vonage Holdings. "Together, we're making it more convenient and economical to connect with people all over the world."

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 More Consumers Are Dialing Up Phone Service Over The Internet

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More Consumers Are Dialing Up Phone Service Over The Internet

January 3, 2005

By Staff

When stock analyst Frank Wagner decided to try Vonage, a low-cost provider of phone service over the Internet, his interest went beyond saving money on his monthly bill. He was curious whether the upstart Vonage could pose a serious challenge to phone giant SBC Communications Inc., the San Antonio-based company he watches closely.

Within two weeks of using Vonage, Wagner not only was sold on the $24.99 a month service, he saw first-hand that Vonage's high-tech calling plan presented a competitive threat. The value and the quality convinced him a year ago he should disconnect the SBC line at his San Antonio home, and he's used Vonage ever since.

"I still have my original phone number, and I pay a considerable amount less per month," said Wagner, who uses Vonage over his high-speed Internet connection. "We were paying about $60 a month for unlimited long distance calling with SBC, and now we're paying about $25."

By some estimates, there are more than 300 companies like Vonage, based in Edison, N.J., that use a technology called VoIP, or Voice over Internet Protocol, to route phone calls over the Internet.

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 Software Startup Nails $5.6M In Third Fundraiser

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Software Startup Nails $5.6M In Third Fundraiser

January 2, 2005

By Leo John

MORRISVILLE - Telecom software maker Trinity Convergence has snared $5.6 million in Series C funding, money that will allow the startup to expand its marketing and sales staff near Research Triangle Park.

Existing investors - Washington, D.C.-based Core Capital Partners, Durham-based Intersouth Partners, and Bethlehem, Pa.-based Mid-Atlantic Venture Funds - took part in the round.

Trinity now has raised $16.1 million from investors since its founding in June 2000. "This is essentially a sales and marketing and support-related investment," says Chief Executive Officer Salim Bhatia.

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 Vonage Launches Portable Wifi Phone For VoIP Service

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Vonage Launches Portable Wifi Phone For VoIP Service

January 4, 2004

By Alan Burkitt-Gray

US-based VoIP operator Vonage, which is expected to launch in Europe shortly, is today announcing details of its first portable wifi handset, enabling customers to make and receive calls from any hotspot.

 Posted by vonage on Tuesday, January 04 @ 00:00:00 UTC
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 Vonage Announces WiFi Phone Release

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Vonage Announces WiFi Phone Release

January 4, 2005

By Staff

The New Jersey-based VoIP provider becomes only the second major company to package a WiFi only cell phone with its service.

New Jersey-based VoIP provider Vonage announced today that it will soon be offering its subscribers a WiFi telephone that can be used to make calls over the internet at WiFi-enabled homes and public hot-spots.

According to the company, the new phone, called the F-1000 and manufactured by California-based UTStarcom, will be sold for "around $100" and be available to Vonage subscribers in the second quarter of 2005.

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 UTStarcom Partners With Vonage For New Wi-Fi Handset

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UTStarcom Partners With Vonage For New Wi-Fi Handset

January 4, 2005

By Staff

Vonage, a leading broadband phone company, and UTStarcom Inc., a global leader in IP-based, end-to-end networking solutions and services, today announced a partnership to introduce a portable Wi-Fi handset, the F-1000, configured with Vonage's Voice over IP (VoIP) phone service. This product, which will offer mobility across 802.11b networks, will be available nationwide to Vonage subscribers during the spring/summer 2005.

"Recognizing the need for consumers and small businesses to have a myriad of options when communicating with family, friends and business associates, Vonage is excited to partner with UTStarcom to offer its subscribers a Wi-Fi handset," stated Jeffrey A. Citron, chairman and CEO of Vonage Holdings Corp. "More important, UTStarcom's Wi-Fi portable handset bundled with Vonage's VoIP service will lead the way in modernizing telecommunications as we know it, as now customers will have the option of mobile VoIP service."

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