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 Internet Calling Services Put Video Phone In Picture

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Internet Calling Services Put Video Phone In Picture; VoIP Leader Gets The Jump; Broadband Phone Service Provider Vonage Says Time Ripe For Long-Awaited Era

December 9, 2004

By Reinhardt Krause

Vonage says people want to see whom they're talking to, not just make cheap voice calls.

The company, which sells low-cost, Internet-based phone service, on Thursday is expected to announce a pact with Viseon, a maker of video phones. Viseon's phones plug into fast, broadband Internet hookups.

Many service providers, including No. 1 cable firm Comcast, could be close behind. They've been testing video phones, a long-anticipated product that broadband is helping make a reality.

Privately held Vonage hopes to jump-start the video phone market just as it did Internet phone service. Edison, N.J.-based Vonage has signed up more than 260,000 consumers for its voice over Internet protocol services. It's the VoIP leader, though Comcast is just one of the big companies in, or about to enter, the field.

 Posted by vonage on Thursday, December 09 @ 23:19:23 UTC
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 Internet Phone Firms Look To Profit On AT&T Failure

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Internet Phone Firms Look To Profit On AT&T Failure

December 9, 2004

By Jeff May

When it comes to videophones and the American consumer, seeing is not always believing.

AT&T debuted the Picturephone, a telephone outfitted with a clunky, grainy video monitor, back in 1964. The company launched a commercial version of the service in 1970 in Pittsburgh, and predicted a million units would be in service within a decade.

The indifferent response from customers was humbling, and AT&T still bears the scars. While the company is pushing video e-mail with its Internet calling plans, it has shown little interest in marketing a full-fledged videophone service, despite changes in technology that make it a more reasonable proposition.

That hasn't stopped others from rushing into the breach, though. Vonage, the Edison-based Internet phone company, is expected to announce plans today to offer videophone service early next year.

 Posted by vonage on Thursday, December 09 @ 23:16:07 UTC
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 The Call To Voice

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The Call To Voice

December 9, 2004

By Eric S. Brown

Voice over IP may be built upon broadband, but it doesn't need to follow the same anti-competitive path. In fact, the VoIP business could remain wild and wooly (and cheap).

One of the goals of the 1996 Telecommunications Act was to open up broadband access beyond cable and phone companies to alternative providers and technologies such as fixed-wireless and satellite.

Thanks to the phone and cable companies' clout in the U.S. government (and a few good loopholes), it didn't happen that way. The alternative broadband providers were pushed aside to niche markets, and broadband satellite and fixed-wireless services failed to take off.

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 VoIP And Broadband

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VoIP And Broadband

December 9, 2004

By Staff

Vonage said it launched its VoIP service in several cities in N.D., Kan. and Mo. The service is now available in Kansas City, Mo., Kansas City, Kan., and Fargo and Grand Forks, N.D.

 Posted by vonage on Thursday, December 09 @ 23:09:57 UTC
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 Vonage Veers To Video

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Vonage Veers To Video

December 9, 2004

By Alan Burkitt-Gray

VoIP provider Vonage has said it will sell video phones and a video phone service. CEO Jeffrey Citron didn’t provide an exact date but said it would sometime in the first quarter. To develop the videophone, Vonage has partnered with broadband video equipment maker Viseon, whose own product, the VisiFone II, debuts in January. Videoconferencing over broadband is a very small market, with total revenue this year expected to be a little over $40 million.

 Posted by vonage on Thursday, December 09 @ 23:07:57 UTC
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Wireline

December 9, 2004

By Staff

Vonage said it launched its VoIP service in several cities in N.D., Kan. and Mo. The service is now available in Kansas City, Mo., Kansas City, Kan., and Fargo and Grand Forks, N.D.

 Posted by vonage on Thursday, December 09 @ 23:05:42 UTC
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 Truly Shocking Holiday Gifts

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Truly Shocking Holiday Gifts

December 9, 2004

By Buck Wolf

Dec. 7, 2004 - Whether you celebrate Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa or none of the above, there's one thing all Americans should believe in -- the U.S. economy.

Retailers sure do appreciate when you spend money. 'Tis the season to max out your credit card. If you need some inspiration for gifts for those hard-to-please loved ones, here's some inspiration from The Wolf Files' Offbeat Holiday Gift Guide:

 Posted by vonage on Thursday, December 09 @ 23:03:57 UTC
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 Former Islander Instrumental In Video Telephone Service

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Former Islander Instrumental In Video Telephone Service

December 9, 2004

By Carolyn Rushefsky

Video telephone service via the Internet may be an option for residents and small business owners as early as next year.

Former New Springville resident Jeffrey A. Citron, a founder of Vonage, which offers low-cost phone service via the Internet, and Viseon (OTCBB:VSNI), a Dallas-based video communications company, are teaming up.

 Posted by vonage on Thursday, December 09 @ 22:59:16 UTC
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 Vonage In Videophone Deal

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Vonage In Videophone Deal

December 9, 2004

By Staff

Edison, N.J.-based Vonage Holdings Inc. signed an agreement with Viseon Inc. to launch a videophone service early next year.

The companies did not disclose details of the new offering, which is expected to debut by next spring. Irving, Texas-based Viseon's first broadband videophone, which launched in December 2003, costs about $600, and service fees can run around $30 a month.

Vonage, which specializes in voice-over-Internet-protocol service, says it will target consumers and small businesses with the new phones.

 Posted by vonage on Thursday, December 09 @ 22:56:28 UTC
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 Vonage, Viseon Put A Face On VoIP

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Vonage, Viseon Put A Face On VoIP

December 9, 2004

By Colin C. Haley

Vonage, a Voice over IP upstart, and Viseon (Quote, Chart), a videophone specialist, are partnering to put a face on broadband telephony, the companies announced today. Financial terms were not disclosed.

The collaboration between the Edison, N.J., and Dallas companies will allow consumers and small businesses to make videophone calls anywhere in the world.

The phones will be offered through Vonage's Web site and 7,000 retailers nationwide beginning early next year, Vonage spokesman Mitchell Slepian told internetnews.com. Pricing has not yet been set.

Videophones have been hyped for decades, but technical limitations have bedeviled vendors and carriers. Broadband access and technical standards, such as Session Initiation Protocol , are changing that.

 Posted by vonage on Thursday, December 09 @ 22:53:19 UTC
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