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 Voice Over IP! What Does That Mean?

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Voice Over IP! What Does That Mean? Well, It's An Inexpensive Way To Talk To Anyone In The World!

November 30, 2004

By Dick Debartolo

The folks at Vonage recognize the need to offer consumers more options for their broadband telephony and home networking needs. So now they offer a Linksys wireless broadband router bundled with its leading broadband phone service. The wireless router combined with Vonage's leading broadband telephony service is modernizing the way people communicate. By providing customers with both the hardware and Vonage service they can make high-quality phone calls at super low cost over their broadband connection It’s a complete solution in one box.

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 VoIP Connects On Far More Than Cost

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VoIP Connects On Far More Than Cost Now

November 28, 2004

By Eric Lai

Phone calls made over the Internet used to be inconvenient -callers were tethered to their desktop PCs by their phone headsets - and sounded awful.

Voice-over-Internet-Protocol, or VoIP, technology had been, like many things technological, overly hyped during the late 1990s. Truly, VoIP's only advantage over regular phone calls was that it was really cheap, or free, for the callers.

Much has changed. Internet phone users can now place calls from regular phones, cordless phones or even cell phones. Users can also enjoy sparkling sound quality, as consumer services such as Vonage and Skype have shown.

But long-distance and cell phone rates have plummeted, too. So is there any reason to upgrade to Internet telephony?
There is. For companies, Internet telephony is less about making cheap cross-country or international calls than about upgrading their clunky analog phone systems to digital IP ones that are easier to manage and more powerful.

New VoIP features allow firms to easily forward calls to cell phones of workers in the field; send voice mail as e-mail attachments; and allow firms to consolidate their telecom and IT staffs into single teams.

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 Price Drop For Internet Phone Calls Showing Up

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Vogue For VoIP Is Vocal
Price Drop For Internet Phone Calls Showing Up

November 27, 2004

By John C. Roper

About eight months ago, Lance Barlow finally became fed up with his home telephone service.

"We used to have a lot of static on our land line," said Barlow, a software consultant in Houston. "I'd call my mother, and we could barely hear each other."

The last straw for Barlow was a problem with his bill.

"I had a second line where I forgot to sign up for a long-distance carrier and (the phone company) ended up just throwing some long-distance company on there that charged me about $3 per minute," said Barlow. "When I called to complain about it, they told me, 'Well, you should have known about it.' And I told them, 'Well, you should know about VoIP.' "

Barlow has since been a customer of Vonage, an Edison, N.J-based provider of VoIP, or Voice over Internet Protocol, which allows users to place telephone calls cheaply over the Internet.

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 An Explosive Year For VOIP

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An Explosive Year For VOIP

November 25, 2004

By Ellen Muraskin

Remember 2004 as the year that VOIP finally penetrated mass consumer consciousness, as friends in normal walks of life began to gain a dim awareness of the stuff I write about.

Give the lion's share of credit to Vonage. Jeff Citron's ad budget bought him banners on such general-interest sites as, as well as space on all of the techie online hangouts. Covad aired commercials for its hosted business VOIP on prime-time television.

Cable companies did likewise with their consumer VOIP (voice over IP) offerings, and even the traditional telcos–both regional Bells and the long-distance triumverate–were forced to follow suit this year, igniting a consumer price war.

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 Feds Clear Way For VoIP Investments

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Feds Clear Way For VoIP Investments

November 25, 2004

By Chris Nolter

Startups and investors are more at ease with the knowledge that one set of rules will evolve, instead of 50.

While more telecoms and customers are flocking to Internet telephony, the regulatory framework for this burgeoning form of phone service remains largely unbuilt. But developments in Washington recently have removed some of the uncertainty about how to govern VoIP, providing reassuring news to upstart Internet telephony companies and the venture capital investors who fund them.

This month, Congress extended the ban on Internet taxes for another four years. Meanwhile, the Federal Communications Commission ruled that Washington, and not state public utility agencies, will regulate VoIP services provided by Vonage Holdings Corp. and similar offerings by other companies.

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 Telecom Act Action Heating Up

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All Sides Gear Up For Re-Write Fight

November 24, 2004

By Staff

Though Telecom Act Action Is Months Away, Players Are Talking.

Congress doesn't reconvene until late January 2005, but with lawmakers contemplating the biggest overhaul of the nation's telecommunications laws in nearly a decade, lobbyists, advocacy groups and politicians are gearing up now for the legislative frenzy. The reason for the jockeying is simple: The future of the multi-billion-dollar telecommunications industry is on the line, and takeholders want to be well-positioned for the political horse trading.

The battle lines are expected to cut many ways, including Republican versus Democrat, urban versus rural, Bell versus long-distance and watchdog versus corporate.

At this early stage, the only consensus among industry observers is that the new Congress will explore overhauling the watershed Telecommunications Act of 1996 through hearings and draft bills. But the scope of a rewrite, its chances of success and its timeframe are unclear. Some sources speculated the process would take two years while others said it would extend beyond the 109th Congress.

"There's a plethora of diversity of interests involved with such a rewrite," says Robert McDowell, senior vice president at telecom association CompTel/Ascent, predicting a lengthy timeframe. He notes that the 1996 law took 12 years to create. CompTel's members include AT&T, MCI and Vonage.

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 Vonage Calling For Employees

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Vonage Calling For Employees

November 24, 2004

By Ken Tarbous

Vonage Holdings Corp. has put out the call for help.

The Edison-based Internet-telephone company is about to double its work force by adding another 600 employees to expand its business.

"We're growing very, very quickly, and we've got to hire a lot of people," Chairman and CEO Jeffrey A. Citron of Brielle said in an interview at Vonage's headquarters last week. "Hiring those people and training and scaling up our personnel is an enormous logistical challenge."

The company is fresh off a victory before the Federal Communications Commission, which ruled Internet telephone service is not bound by state regulations.

"The FCC's decision was very important for us because it allows us to make additional investments in deploying our services. We had halted our deployments for a while pending this decision," Citron said. "We just weren't sure if we were going to invest in new markets just to go take on and fight a state regulator."

The company has stepped up its expansion plans as the competition has heated up. Now, cable companies like Cablevision and Comcast are offering Internet telephone service, as are old-line phone companies like Verizon and AT&T.

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 VoIP Pioneer Vonage Targets Canada

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VoIP Pioneer Targets Canada: Vonage, The World's Leading Internet Telephony Service Provider, Is Poised To Shake Up The Market

November 23, 2004

By Mark Evans

If you were among the 500,000 people who attended the 100th annual Santa Claus parade in Toronto on Sunday, you might have wondered why a small squad of orange-clad scooter riders were hanging around Father Christmas.

His strange companions were from Vonage Holdings Corp., the world's leading Internet telephony service provider, which has unleashed an advertising blitz to mark its official launch into Canada. The four people riding futuristic Segway scooters were conducting some guerrilla marketing by handing out flyers that offered consumers a free month of service.

During the next two weeks, Vonage's scooter patrol -- accompanied by a hard-to-miss orange Hummer adorned with Vonage's corporate logo -- will be seen at a number of other events in Toronto such as the Tragically Hip and James Brown concerts.

With fewer than 25,000 Canadians using Internet telephony service, Vonage's aggressive marketing campaign, which includes print and Web advertising, is designed to attract attention to a service few people are aware of or understand, even though it has become much easier to use in the past year.

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 International Telecom

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International Telecom

November 23, 2004

By Staff

Vonage said it officially opened an office in Canada, where it had been operating since April. It also announced it would now sell its VoIP service through more than 550 RadioShack stores in that country. Vonage said it would allow Canadian consumers and small businesses to choose area codes from 14 major urban centers across the country.

 Posted by vonage on Friday, November 26 @ 16:04:44 UTC
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 Web Phone Provider Launches Canadian Blitz

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U.S. Web-Phone Provider Launches Canadian Blitz

November 23, 2004

By Tyler Hamilton

Vonage Holdings Corp., the largest U.S. provider of broadband phone service, has launched a national advertising campaign and retail distribution program to beef up its presence in the Canadian market.

The Edison, N.J.-based service provider announced a deal yesterday to have its voice over Internet protocol, or VoIP, start-up kit sold through 550 Radio Shack locations across Canada. It is also expected to announce distribution deals with Staples and others in the coming weeks.

"We've got a whole bunch that are coming," Jeffrey Citron, chairman and chief executive of Vonage, said in Toronto yesterday to officially open Vonage Canada's office, even though the company has been quietly offering service across Canada for more than eight months.

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