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 Vonage And UTStarcom Join Forces

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Vonage And UTStarcom Join Forces

January 4, 2005

By Hubert

Vonage and UTStarcom join forces to bring the UTStarcom F1000, the first commercial Wifi VOIP phone. The handset works with the Vonage service but is not restricted to it.

This device should let users call over Wifi networks. I don't know how easy it is to connect on secured or public networks, but this is definitely a step in the right direction.

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 Vonage Gives Wi-Fi A Voice

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Vonage Gives Wi-Fi A Voice

January 4, 2005

By Colin C. Haley

VoIP (define) upstart Vonage and networking specialist UTStarcom have partnered to bring a portable Wi-Fi (define) handset to market by summer.

The phones are aimed at giving Vonage an edge over AT&T (Quote, Chart), Verizon (Quote, Chart) and others by offering callers the convenience of a cell phone without the costs of traditional carriers.

The F-1000, which offers mobility across 802.11b networks, should be available to subscribers of Vonage during the second quarter. It will be sold through Vonage's Web site and retail partners, including Amazon, Best Buy and Circuit City. Pricing hasn't been set, but the companies said the F-1000 will be "affordable."

The phone is suited for use in homes and small businesses, or across corporate and university campuses that have dozens of hotspots (define), Vonage CEO Jeffrey Citron told internetnews.com. It is designed to also appeal to business travelers who could connect via hotel access spots.

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 Vonage Goes WiFi

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Vonage Goes WiFi

January 4, 2005

By Chris Somerville

Vonage Holdings Corp., an upstart company known for pushing the boundaries of IP-based communications, announced today at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas that it has partnered with UTStarcom Inc. (Nasdaq: UTSI - message board) to produce a portable WiFi handset that allows users to access Vonage’s VOIP network from multiple locations.

Known as the F-1000, the unit will allow users to “roam from home” and access their Vonage service through 802.11b hotspots (see Vonage Unveils New VOIP Tech).

Michael Tribolet, executive VP of operations at Vonage, says that the new handset, set for release later this year, will give Vonage users the freedom to access their service while on the go. “This is a great application for travelers, especially international travelers where there tend to be more WiFi hot spots, because it will allow them to stay in contact with communications the way they expect them to be,” Tribolet says.

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 VTech’s Ip8100-2 Broadband Telephone Has Vonage Built-In

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VTech’s Ip8100-2 Broadband Telephone Has Vonage Built-In

January 4, 2005

By Staff



It’s not quite as hot as that new WiFi phone, but Vonage is partnering with VTech on the next best thing: a cordless phone that comes with Vonage’s broadband Voice over IP service built-in. The has a VoIP gateway chipset built right into its base station, which you just connect right up to your router.

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 Vonage Previews Wireless VoIP Phone, Service

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Vonage Previews Wireless VoIP Phone, Service

January 4, 2005

By John Walko

LONDON — Voice over IP provider Vonage is previewing its first portable Wi-Fi handset at this week's Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas that it has co-developed with U.S.-Chinese equipment maker UTStarcom Inc.

Dubbed the F-1000, the unit will allow subscribers of the Vonage VoIP service to access calls from any hotspot offering 802.11b network capability.

It will be available in the U.S. during the spring/summer 2005, and later in Europe, where Vonage is expected to launch its service soon.

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 Vonage Aims To Stay On Its Growth Path With New Equipment

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Vonage Aims To Stay On Its Growth Path With New Equipment

January 4, 2005

By Reinhardt Krause

When Vonage Holdings unveils new gear at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas this week, the company should have something to crow about.

The Edison, N.J.-based startup, which sells phone service via the Internet, says it's nearing 400,000 subscribers. Not bad for a company that had just 85,000 users at the end of 2003.

Even so, 2005 could be a challenging year for Vonage. Cable TV firms and others are rolling out their own online phone services, which rely on a technology called VoIP, or voice over Internet protocol.

With VoIP competition growing, Vonage looks to woo consumers with snazzy new equipment. At the show, Vonage and partners will demonstrate a new videophone, a Wi-Fi phone that whisks voice calls along wireless Internet networks, and a new cordless phone with built-in VoIP adapter.

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 VoIP Carries The Sound Of Savings For Some Already With Net Service

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VoIP Carries The Sound Of Savings For Some Already With Net Service

January 2, 2005

By Tom McGhee

Kevin Stone doesn't care about the high-tech features that help set Internet telephones apart from the land-line phone on which he once relied.

The appeal of the service, called Voice over Internet Protocol, VoIP, is price, said the 32- year-old Denver real estate agent.

"It's just cheaper."

Stone got a VoIP phone in September after moving to Denver from California.

There, he paid about $35 a month for a land-line service with voice mail and call waiting. On top of that, he had to pay a separate long-distance bill.

Today, he pays VoIP provider Vonage Holdings $14.99 a month for 500 minutes of service, including long-distance calls. Voice mail and call waiting - which cost extra on traditional telephone plans - are part of the package.

 Posted by vonage on Monday, January 03 @ 23:54:42 UTC
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 Minnesota Can't Regulate Calls

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Minnesota Can't Regulate Calls

January 2, 2005

By Staff

Minnesota can't regulate calls through cyberspace as it does calls through traditional phone lines, a federal appeals court ruled. The Dec. 22 order upholds a lower-court ruling and is a triumph for fledgling companies like Vonage Holdings Corp. of Edison, N.J., which provides Voice over Internet Protocol, or VoIP. The loser in the ruling by the 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals was the Minnesota Public Utilities Commission. The PUC had argued that VoIP companies were providing phonelike service and therefore should be regulated as phone companies. But those businesses said they provide an information service rather than a telecommunications service.

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 Hold The Phone, Investors

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Hold The Phone, Investors
Recent Stock Growth May Make It Appear That The Telecom Sector Has Regained Its Health, But Such A Diagnosis Relies On Many Unknowns


January 2, 2005

By Suzanne King

When Sprint Corp. announced its $35 billion merger with Nextel Communications last month, Dave Anderson's phone started ringing.

“I must have had 20 calls when they announced the merger,” said Anderson, chief investment officer at Gold Trust Co. in Overland Park and manager of the Gold Bank Equity Fund.

People wanted to know, “Should I buy or sell?”

But in the bedraggled telecom sector, there are no easy answers.

 Posted by vonage on Monday, January 03 @ 23:36:40 UTC
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 Court: Minn. Can't Regulate Internet Calls

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Court: Minn. Can't Regulate Internet Calls

January 1, 2005

By Staff

ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) -- A Minnesota agency may not regulate calls through cyberspace as it does calls through traditional phone lines, a federal appeals court ruled.

The Dec. 22 order by the 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in St. Louis upholds a lower-court ruling and is a win for fledgling companies like Vonage Holdings Corp. of Edison, N.J., which provides Voice over Internet Protocol, or VoIP.

The Minnesota Public Utilities Commission had argued that VoIP companies were providing phone-like service and therefore should be regulated as phone companies are. But those businesses said they provide an information service rather than a telecommunications service.

 Posted by vonage on Monday, January 03 @ 23:29:05 UTC
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