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 Mexico Warms Up To Voice Over Internet Service

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Mexico Warms Up To Voice Over Internet Service

December 16, 2004

By Cyntia Barrera Diaz

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - VoIP, or voice traffic over the Internet, is headed for Mexico offering an opportunity for upstart telecommunications companies but a headache for traditional companies, who see pressure on their earnings as the cost of long distance calls decline.

The new service, known as voice over Internet protocol (VoIP), requires a high-speed broadband connection and has caught the eye of customers around the world because of its wider array of features compared with traditional telephony.

The service is yet to be regulated by local authorities.
In Mexico, companies like VoxIP, owned by telecom entrepreneur Carlos Peralta, was formed recently to take advantage of the service in a market dominated by Telefonos de Mexico (Telmex) (TELMEXL.MX: Quote, Profile, Research) (TMX.N: Quote, Profile, Research).

Alestra, 49 percent owned by AT&T Corp. (T.N: Quote, Profile, Research) , also plans to launch VoIP services in the first quarter of 2005.

 Posted by vonage on Thursday, December 16 @ 23:00:00 EST
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 Internet Telephony Regulation? Tell It To Uncle Sam

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Internet Telephony Regulation? Tell It To Uncle Sam

December 15, 2004

By Eric J. Sinrod

The FCC has just declared that DigitalVoice, an Internet telephony service provided by Vonage, is not subject to the patchwork of state regulations that govern telephone companies.

At the same time, the FCC declared that other IP-enabled services, including those offered by cable companies, that have characteristics similar to DigitalVoice, likewise are not covered by traditional state public utility regulation.

These FCC declarations build on earlier orders of the FCC regarding Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP), helping to clarify that the FCC itself, and not state regulatory bodies, has the power to preempt state regulations on IP-enabled services that could interfere with federal authority over interstate communications.

 Posted by vonage on Wednesday, December 15 @ 23:00:00 EST
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 Sprint Will Purchase Nextel For USD35 Billion

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The US Telecoms Giant Sprint Confirmed On Wednesday That It Will Purchase US Mobile Company Nextel For USD35 Billion

December 15, 2004

By Sheila M. Averbuch

The US telecoms giant Sprint confirmed on Wednesday that it will purchase US mobile company Nextel for USD35 billion.

The deal, widely expected following earlier media reports, consists of stock and cash, and the resulting combined company will have more than 35 million customers.

Time Warner has reached an agreement with the US Justice Department to pay USD210 million in fines in a securities fraud case surrounding AOL. Reuters reports that the Justice Department will charge AOL with aiding and abetting securities fraud, but the department will defer prosecution for a further two years.

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 Videophones, Round 3: Finally As Easy As Picking Up The Phone?

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Videophones, Round 3: Finally As Easy As Picking Up The Phone?

December 15, 2004

By Tim Siglin

A batch of recent announcements and upcoming CES product announcements suggest that videophones just might be ready for their closeup.

One of the key mantras in the videoconferencing market always has been “it should as easy as picking up a phone.” Some products, such as Polycom’s intuitive remote control—which was based on feedback from the gaming industry—meet the criteria; other products throughout the years have missed the ease-of-use mark entirely.

The mantra has also, from time to time, compelled product manufacturers to attempt to integrate videoconferencing into the venerable desktop phone. Dubbed the “videophone,” these devices appear every few years in an attempt to merge phone and videoconferencing functionalities in one unit.

 Posted by vonage on Wednesday, December 15 @ 19:48:23 EST
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 40GB In Your Pocket

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40GB In Your Pocket

December 15, 2004

By Staff

The Iomega USB 2.0 Mini Hard Drive.

Storage vendor Iomega Corporation has released an external 40GB hard drive which weighs 99 gms and can can fit in a shirt pocket.

The company said in a media release today that the new Iomega USB 2.0 Mini Hard Drive was the first made by the company to receive 100 percent of its power from a standard USB data port.

Each drive has a leather travel case, USB cable, and software, including MusicMatch Jukebox music management software for both the PC and the Apple and Adobe Photoshop Album SE (for the PC only) for handling digital photos. The 4200rpm drive has an aluminium enclosure and it can be switched off, allowing laptop users to power down the device without disconnecting it.

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 Vonage CEO Citron Surveys The Emerging VoIP Scene

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Vonage CEO Citron Surveys The Emerging VoIP Scene

December 14, 2004

By Staff

The most disruptive broadband-based technology to grab the headlines this past year has been, arguably, the onslaught of voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP). Basic VoIP technology actually has been with us for almost two decades but, until this year, it was a techie or, at best, an early-adopter sort of thing. During the past 12 months, that's changed radically and, by all estimates, VoIP usage will pass the magic million- subscriber mark sometime early in 2005.

As 2004 draws to a close, Vonage remains the market leader in North America, and it will end the year with somewhat more than 300,000 subscribers.

Cablevision has grabbed the Number Two spot with about 250,000 subscribers, and Time Warner is Number Three with roughly 200,000. Level3, which wholesales VoIP
services to 100 or so competitors, is believed to be sitting in the fourth spot.

New competitors are on the horizon: Comcast, all of the regional holding companies and AT&T, to name some of the most potent.

Vonage CEO Jeffrey Citron took some time out of his calendar to sit down with Broadband Business Forecast and discuss how his company is holding up against the growing competition and to give us his views on some of the most pressing issues involved with the rollout of VoIP.

 Posted by vonage on Wednesday, December 15 @ 19:37:42 EST
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 Breaking News: Vonage Goes Video

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Breaking News: Vonage Goes Video

December 13, 2004

By Staff

Vonage is getting ready to launch a videophone version of its voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) voice service. The company signed a deal with video telephone maker Viseon under which it will market Viseon's forthcoming next- generation broadband video telephone, the VisiFone II, scheduled to be ready for market in the first quarter of next year. The device is expected to be unveiled in Las Vegas at the Consumer Electronics Show, scheduled for Jan. 6-9, 2005.

Sales will be both via Vonage's own Web site, and through the roughly 7,000 retail and online merchants that currently sell other hardware for use with Vonage's VoIP service.

It's not known how much extra, if anything, Vonage will charge for the videophone service, which the company is going to market as being able to work over any broadband connection anywhere in the world. It is going to promise "corporate quality videoconferencing" in a play to market the videophone service to small businesses as well as to individual end users. It also promises features never before available to consumers, among those the ability to use the VisiFone II screen to manage the various features of VoIP service -- functions that users now do via their PC. Such an offering will completely uncouple the PC and VoIP service for the first time.

 Posted by vonage on Wednesday, December 15 @ 19:33:29 EST
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 How To Use Voice Over IP

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How To Use Voice Over IP

December 13, 2004

By Mark Spoonauer

What’s in it for you

To put it simply: more money in your pocket. Once you sign up for service with Vonage, you’ll be able to make calls over the Internet using your regular phone at unbelievable low rates. In fact, Vonage recently dropped the pricing on its Premium Unlimited Plan, which includes as many calls as you want, anywhere in the U.S and Canada, for $24.99 per month.

The long list of features includes voice mail, caller ID, call waiting and forwarding, and three-way calling, plus 411 and 911, which not all VoIP providers offer. In many cases you can even keep your existing landline phone number and have it transferred to Vonage (although it takes a minimum of 20 business days). And, because the PAP2 adapter has two phone jacks, you can have a phone and fax machine connected at the same time.

 Posted by vonage on Monday, December 13 @ 23:00:00 EST
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 VoIP Update

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VoIP Update

December 13, 2004

By Sheila J. Clark

Vonage, a leader in VoIP phone services has partnered with Viseon, makers of videophones. The partnership will allow Vonage to offer video phone services to its current offerings.

 Posted by vonage on Monday, December 13 @ 21:32:35 EST
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 (NET)work At Home

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(NET)work At Home

December 13, 2004

By Mark Spoonauer

Give your workspace a much-needed makeover with our picks, guaranteed to save you time, space and money.

Put your Network to work:

Perhaps the most important benefit of installing a wireless network is that it lets you relocate your home office to any room in the house at a moment’s notice. “Wireless connectivity enables users to roam the house and work where they wan t, ” says Malachy Moynihan, Linksys VP of Engineering and Product Marketing.

There are several other compelling features for your home network. The last trend: making phone calls over the Internet, which can save subscribers a bundle compared with traditional landline services-without sacrificing the features we’ve all come to expect. For example, Vonage’s popular VoIP service offers unlimited local and long distance calling in the United States and Canada, caller ID, voicemail, three-way calling, 911, 411 and other features for only $29.99 per month.

 Posted by vonage on Monday, December 13 @ 21:30:44 EST
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