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 Vonage Is Winner In Court Debate

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Vonage Is Winner In Court Debate

December 30, 2004

By Staff

Vonage, a provider of telephone service via the Internet, scored a significant victory this week when a federal court ruled the state of Minnesota cannot regulate it as a regular telephone company.

"Vonage is extremely pleased with the victory,” the company said in a statement provided to Local tech Wire. “The 8th Circuit federal appeals court has granted us a permanent injunction against the Minnesota Public Utilities Commission's order regulating Vonage as it would a monopoly wireline phone company.

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 Dayton Gains Broadband Provider

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Dayton Gains Broadband Provider

December 30, 2004

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A New Jersey company, Vonage Holdings Corp., announced Tuesday it will begin offering broadband telephone service in the Dayton area.

The local service is part of the company's recent expansion in Ohio, according to a news release from Vonage. The service includes free unlimited local and long distance calling.

Vonage's calling plans range in price from $14.99 per month to $49.99 per month and is being made available to both residential and small business customers.

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 Appeals Court Rules VoIP Can't Be Regulated

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Appeals Court Rules VoIP Can't Be Regulated

December 29, 2004

By Staff

The efforts of VoIP providers to keep individual states from regulating their services received another boost Tuesday, when an appeals court agreed with a lower court decision that ruled VoIP is a data service and, as such, can't be regulated by states.

The two-page decision was issued by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit in St. Louis. The original decision in support of VoIP provider Vonage was issued in October of 2003 by Federal District Court Judge Michael J. Davis, after the Minnesota Public Utilities Commission (PUC) told Vonage it would have to pony up fees to support the state's 911 services. The PUC also told Vonage it would be required to obtain telephony company business licenses to do business as a telephone operator in Minnesota.

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December 29, 2004

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Vonage said its donation of free phone service to the U.S. military in Iraq and Afghanistan has allowed soldiers to make over 200,000 phone calls, spending more than 2 million min. on the phone with loved ones in the U.S. It said it planned to continue the program through 2005. Separately, Vonage said it would offer its VoIP service in Me. and Tucson, Ariz.

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 Short Takes

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Short Takes

December 29, 2004

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Vonage Holdings Corp., a provider of broadband phone service based in New Jersey, is making its offerings available throughout Maine. High-speed Internet subscribers will have access to unlimited local- and long-distance calling, as well as features like call waiting, call forwarding and voice mail, for a flat monthly rate. Users can keep their current numbers or choose a new telephone number.

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 The 50 Most Powerful People In Networking

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The 50 Most Powerful People In Networking

December 29, 2004

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From the corporate boardroom to the enterprise data center, the 50 men and women on this list exercise power within the network industry to one degree or another. Some have the clout to sway the world's technology decisions, while others command attention within vertical industries, particular market segments or simply -- though not inconsequentially -- within their own organizational domains. We have ranked each of our 2004 power-brokers based on such stature, as well as on the person's visibility and the ways in which the person functions as a role model. To see how these 50 fit together, we've aligned them by category as well, from the titans to the standards-setters.

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 Court Bars Regulation of Web Phone Service

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Court Bars Regulation of Web Phone Service

By MATT RICHTEL

December 29, 2004

A federal appeals court upheld a lower court ruling yesterday that prohibits the state of Minnesota from regulating Internet-based phone calling as if it were a traditional telecommunications service.

The ruling by the United States Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit in St. Louis, in an appeal brought by the Minnesota Public Utilities Commission, is a victory for companies like Vonage that provide phone calls over the Internet. Those companies have argued that they are different from traditional telecommunications providers, in part because they supply the computer software used to make and receive calls but do not own and operate the physical network that carries the calls.


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 The Cranky Consumer

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The Cranky Consumer

December 28, 2004

By Shawn Young

Enticed by the cost savings, hundreds of thousands of people are experimenting with making phone calls over the Internet -- and many areditching their conventional phone service altogether.

A growing list of companies now offer Internet calling, known as voice over Internet protocol, or VOIP. In addition to start-up companies such as Vonage Holdings Corp., big phone and cable companies such as AT&T Corp., Verizon Communications Inc. and Time Warner Inc. have jumped into the business. SBC Communications Inc., the nation's second-largest local phone company (by revenue) after Verizon, also has announced plans to join the fray.

As the competition heats up, prices are falling. Some of the big providers have cut their rates twice in the past six months. Most providers sell the service for a flat rate, ranging from $20 to $40 a month, that includes unlimited local and long-distance calling. That is about a third to half the price of comparable conventional phone service.

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 Vonage To Offer Free Calls For Troops Through 2005

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Vonage To Offer Free Calls For Troops Through 2005

December 28, 2004

By Colin C. Haley

Vonage will continue to offer military personnel in Afghanistan and Iraq free phone calls to their families in the United States throughout 2005, the Voice over IP (define) provider said today.

Soldiers have already made more than 200,000 phone calls totaling more than two million minutes through Vonage, with a significant uptick in traffic from Thanksgiving to New Year's.

"We first sent [VoIP adapters] to Afghanistan over the summer and to Iraq last winter," Mitchell Slepian, a Vonage spokesman, told internetnews.com. "We distributed them knowing that the troops were in need."

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 Video Phones To Ring Up Sales

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Video Phones To Ring Up Sales
The Sci-Fi Phone Seems Ready To Finally Land On Solid Ground


December 28, 2004

By Phillip Swann

Washington, D.C. (December 28) -- Shares of WorldGate, the Pennsylvania-based company which makes video phones, jumped nearly 25 percent on Monday on extremely heavy volume. The increase was another sign that Wall Street -- and possibly Main Street -- is finally ready to accept what was once regarded as a science-fiction fantasy.

The video phone, which enables telephone callers to actually see each other,was first introduced at the New York World's Fair in 1964. Many futurists and pundits said that the two-way video device would be in the majority of American homes within a decade or so. In 1970, Ma Bell spent nearly a billion dollars on a marketing campaign for its "Picture Phone."

But the phone company soon discovered that consumer demand for the video phone was weaker than a cup of Maxwell House and that the technology required to deliver video signals to the phone was on par with the Apollo project. The video phone became a relic before it ever became a reality. Ma Bell put it on the shelf along with five-digit phone numbers.

However, WorldGate and other video phone companies, such as Vonage and Viseon, are trying again and this time they might get it right. And here's why:

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