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 Vonage Canada Offers Service Through Radio Shack

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Vonage Canada Offers Service Through Radio Shack

November 23, 2004

By Staff

MISSISSAUGA, Ont., Nov. 23 — Vonage Canada has announced that RadioShack Canada will sell its full-feature, flat-rate Voice-over-IP service at more than 550 of its stores across the country. Consumers and small businesses who have high-speed Internet access can sign up for service by purchasing a Vonage Start-Up kit for $24.99 (after rebates) at the stores.

 Posted by vonage on Friday, November 26 @ 14:40:11 EST
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 Vonage Goes North For Growth

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Vonage Goes North For Growth

November 23, 2004

By Colin C. Haley

Internet telephony provider Vonage has increased its presence in Canada, drawn by a high broadband penetration and tech-savvy population.

The firm has announced that RadioShack Canada will sell its flat-rate service in 550 stores across the country. Financial terms of the partnership were not disclosed.

This is Vonage's first retail channel deal north of the border and is designed to build on the company's direct online sales efforts.

In addition, the Edison, N.J.-based firm established a corporate office in Mississauga, Ontario. Vonage's Canadian operations will be run from the facility by industry vet Bill Rainey.

Rainey, president of Vonage Canada, was most recently senior vice president of commercial services at GT Group Telecom, a national Toronto-based telecommunications company.

 Posted by vonage on Tuesday, November 23 @ 23:00:00 EST
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 Vonage Canada Internet-based telephone service available at RadioShack

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RadioShack To Sell Phone Service Tied To Internet

November 23, 2004

By Gillian Shaw

Vonage Canada announced Monday its Internet-based telephone service will be available at RadioShack stores across the country, in the latest salvo fired in the war to win customers in the fast-growing voice-over IP market.

Vonage, which has offered Canadians access to its services first through its U.S. website and more recently through a Canadian online arm, vonage.ca, also announced the launch of its Mississauga-based Canadian headquarters, catering to what company president calls the increasing demand for VOIP services in Canada.

Vonage Canada president Bill Rainey said B.C., a province with one of the largest proportions of high-speed Internet connections to homes and offices, rates high in demand for the technology, although he declined to disclose customer numbers in the province.

 Posted by vonage on Tuesday, November 23 @ 21:30:18 EST
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 Service Provider VoIP Equipment Increased 48.8%

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According To Synergy's Latest Report, Q3 2004 U.S. Service Provider VoIP Market Shares, Service Provider VoIP Equipment Increased 48.8% Sequentially And 149.5% Year Over Year

November 23, 2004

By Staff

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. -- According to Synergy's latest report, Q3 2004 U.S. Service Provider VoIP Market Shares, service provider VoIP equipment increased 48.8% sequentially and 149.5% year over year. The U.S. VoIP market continues to be driven by Public Voice networks migrating from circuit technology to VoIP as well as consumer voice services being delivered over broadband networks.

"In the U.S., residential VoIP subscribers are increasing at a surprising rate, all at the detriment of traditional phone services," said Jeremy Duke, President & CEO of Synergy Research Group. "Renegade VoIP phone service providers such as Vonage have put a fire under the traditional local and long distance phone companies who in turn are now responding in force with their own VoIP services."

 Posted by vonage on Tuesday, November 23 @ 21:23:47 EST
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 Now You Can Phone Home Through The Net

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Now You Can Phone Home Through The Net

November 22, 2004

By Kim Komando and Ted Rybka

Using your computer and Internet connection to make local and long-distance calls has been getting a lot of attention lately. People are enticed by the savings offered by voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) and the ability to use a regular telephone. But before making the switch, you should weigh the pros and cons.

Most VoIP providers charge a monthly fee of $20 to $30 for unlimited local and long-distance calling anywhere in the United States and sometimes Canada. You also receive a host of features that would normally cost extra, such as call forwarding, voice mail, caller ID and call waiting.

There are enhanced features, too. Many providers will forward your voice mail to an e-mail account. There is a super version of call forwarding that sends calls to five or so different phones. It will ring them one at a time or all five simultaneously.

Although VoIP is still in its infancy, there are a number of companies providing service, such as AT&T, Packet8, VoicePulse and Vonage. The quality is better than a cell phone and often matches traditional phone service. But there is a potential for dropped calls similar to cell phone service.

 Posted by vonage on Monday, November 22 @ 23:00:00 EST
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 Download: A Victory For Net-Phony

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Download: A Victory For Net-Phony

November 22, 2004

By N'gai Croal

Nov. 22 issue - Part of what has enabled the small but rapid growth of VOIP (voice-over-Internet protocol) phone services has been a regulation-free playing field where innovation thrives. But in October 2003, the Minnesota Public Utilities Commission ruled that Vonage and other VOIP providers would be subject to the same rules as traditional phone companies; New York state's commission followed suit in May of this year.

 Posted by vonage on Monday, November 22 @ 22:28:54 EST
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 Early Adopters Aren't Afraid To Make Most Of New Technologies

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Early Adopters Aren't Afraid To Make Most Of New Technologies

November 21, 2004

By Michael Prager

You probably know a family that has established a network at home to connect all its computers. Each person in the house probably uses the network to share broadband Internet access, the printer, maybe, or a few files.

What's far less likely is that you have friends who are using their networks to share entertainment: music, photographs, shows recorded from television, games, movies and more.

Unless you know someone like Paul Antico. Or Tracy Capone-Blake. Or Chris Martino. Or Seth Rubinson.

Heard individually, their stories might tempt you to be dismissive: Get a life, you might think. But together, the stories of these Massachusetts residents describe a trend, if not a movement, toward a future that's no longer somewhere over the horizon.

 Posted by vonage on Monday, November 22 @ 22:23:45 EST
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 Cable Leads The Election Rally Of 2004

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Cable Leads The Election Rally Of 2004

November 21, 2004

By Paul Kagan

Pundits are still second-guessing the TV networks for calling a possible John Kerry victory based on the early exit polls in the Nov. 2 election. But they could have saved time, money and face simply by checking the stock market averages on CNBC. The Dow, S&P 500 and NASDAQ all started rising together Oct. 26, exactly one week before thousands of lawyers were sent to the polls to guard against skulduggery. (Now there's an oxymoron.) The vote that reelected George W. Bush was just as close as the forecasts: It was a tie except in Ohio. But it's as if Wall Street guessed, on that turnaround Tuesday, that Osama bin Laden was going to broadcast to the world the next Saturday (Oct. 30). His tape on the Al-Jazeera network may have been the prod to knock swing voters off the fence. And it surely boosted the Bush turnout in the most well-attended election ever. But many more currents flowed through this contest.

 Posted by vonage on Monday, November 22 @ 22:19:56 EST
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 FCC Ruling On Internet Phone Call Regulations

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LI Industry Pioneer Hails FCC Ruling On Internet Phone Call Regulations

November 19, 2004

By Ken Schachter

The Federal Communications Commission's recent ruling that the federal government, not the states, is responsible for regulating phone calls placed over the Internet was "historic," said industry pioneer Jeff Pulver.

In its latest ruling, the FCC assumed responsibility for regulating services such as Vonage, which offers telephone service to users of broadband Internet services.

The ruling was a victory for Internet telephony providers, who had challenged the right of states to impose regulations.

In his blog, Pulver, who runs the VON (Voice Over Net) conferences, noted that in February the FCC ruled that his computer-to-computer Free World Dialup service was an unregulated information service.


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 Vonage - Web Phones: Off The Hook

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Web Phones: Off The Hook

November 22, 2004

By Anne Newman

The Federal Communications Commission took a major step to encourage phone calling over the Internet.

On Nov. 9 it said Net phone service provided by the likes of Vonage Holdings and cable companies will be subject to lighter federal, not state, regulation. Without a patchwork of rules from 50 states, Web-phone providers may have fewer costs.

 Posted by vonage on Friday, November 19 @ 23:00:00 EST
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