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 Vonage Offers VoIP With Iowa Area Codes

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Vonage Offers VoIP With Iowa Area Codes

November 19, 2004

By Frank Vinluan

Vonage, the nation's largest provider of Internet calling, is offering its services with central Iowa phone numbers, the company announced Thursday.

The technology employed by Edison, N.J.-based Vonage and other providers of "Voice over Internet Protocol," or VoIP, allows businesses and residences to make phone calls through high-speed Internet connections.

Iowans have been able to order phone service from Vonage, but without a physical network presence in the state, Vonage could not offer phone numbers with Iowa area codes.

Now Vonage is offering VoIP phone numbers with 515 and 641 area codes. The company plans to offer numbers with Iowa's remaining area codes by the end of the year.

 Posted by vonage on Friday, November 19 @ 20:33:02 EST
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 VoIP On The Verge

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VoIP On The Verge

November 19, 2004

By Jon Arnold

With incumbents and new entrants alike capturing residential market share, VoIP is on the threshold of something big.

VoIP is everywhere these days, and is argu-ably the hottest thing since the tech bubble of 2000. So, right away there should be some cause for concern. Depending on what hat you're wearing, this is true, but it is also an exciting time for anyone close to this market. With low barriers to entry and minimal regulation, VoIP is attracting new money and new players. The market will go through its natural - and necessary - cycles of speculation, investment, exits and consolidation, but there is an undeniable sense that VoIP is poised to fundamentally alter the telecom landscape.

So, what is happening with VoIP? At the consumer level, broadband telephony is redefining voice communications, and the benefits of IP are going mainstream. VoIP has had numerous false starts, and has simply moved outward from the network core to the edge and access space, where it becomes real for the end user. IP technology has proven itself effective at reducing network operating costs, and the focus has now shifted to revenue generation via IP services.

VoIP is really just a technology, or an application in a data network. VoIP is not really an industry; it's an enabling technology that supports something much bigger - IP communications.

 Posted by vonage on Friday, November 19 @ 20:29:25 EST
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 VoIP: Today Des Moines, Tomorrow The World

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VoIP: Today Des Moines, Tomorrow The World

November 18, 2004

By Ben Charny

Several Net phone operators are more aggressively expanding just days after the Federal Communications Commission shielded them from state regulation.

Most notably, Net phone operator Vonage resumed its push into rural areas in the United States on Thursday, following a two-month lull waiting for last week's FCC decision. The newest Vonage market is Des Moines, with several other smaller cities to follow, a representative said.

Local phone giant SBC decided to introduce its residential Internet phone service earlier that scheduled to take advantage of the spotlight cast by the FCC's ruling, an SBC spokeswoman said this week. The service, however, won't be available until early 2005.

The hubbub involves phone calls that flow over the Internet, thus avoiding inefficient, heavily taxed and regulated home phone networks. The number of Voice Over Internet Protocol (VoIP) households is expected to mushroom to 18 million by 2008 as service quality increases, already inexpensive rates continue to drop and more homes get broadband, which VoIP operators usually require.

 Posted by vonage on Friday, November 19 @ 20:20:55 EST
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November 18, 2004

By Staff

8th Circuit Court of Appeals judges heard arguments by MCI and the MN PUC on whether Vonage's VoIP services should be subject to state regs. The FCC ruled last week VoIP services, such as Vonage's and those of MSOs, are subject only to federal jurisdiction. Legg Mason Walker Wood doesn't expect the court to overturn the FCC decision.

 Posted by vonage on Friday, November 19 @ 20:16:53 EST
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 More Internet With Vonage

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More Internet With Vonage

November 18, 2004

Vonage is a revolutionary phone service that allows you to talk over the Internet. Simply plug your existing phone into the Vonage adapter, connect it to your high-speed Internet service and away you go. You can have your voice messages e-mailed to you.

Or you can carry the travel-ready adapter with you, connect it to another high-speed connection, and answer calls as if you were at home or the office. It's hip to have Vonage's voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) service.

And it's cheaper: No more paying for extra features like call waiting, call forwarding or voice mail because they're all included. $45 per month (plus activation fees) permits unlimited calls with the US and Canada.

 Posted by vonage on Friday, November 19 @ 20:13:34 EST
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 VoIP Update: FCC Ruling Court-Proof?

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VoIP Update: FCC Ruling Court-Proof?

November 17, 2004

By Staff

At press time, a panel of the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals in St.Paul, Minn., was in the midst of listening to oral arguments regarding an appeal by MCI and the Minnesota Public Utilities Commission and their contention that carrier Vonage's VoIP service should be subject to state regulation. As Telecom Policy Report detailed last week, the FCC ruled that Vonage's VoIP service and others like it are, indeed, interstate services and subject only to federal
jurisdiction. However, the agency continues to ponder whether VoIP should be regulated as an information service or as a telecom service.

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 NENA Launches Next-Generation E911 Program

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NENA Launches Next-Generation E911 Program

November 18, 2004

By Susan Polyakova

In a move strongly supported by FCC Chmn. Powell, the National Emergency Number Assn. (NENA) kicked off its Next Generation (NG) E911 Program on Wed. It urged industry leaders to work with federal, state and local officials and NENA members to update and improve the technical, operational and policy foundations of the nation's 911 system. NENA officials said they had approached a number of groups and organizations and now were urging them to join forces. The early program partners include SBC, TruePosition, Vonage, TeleCommunications Systems, TelControl and HBF Group.

"The Next Generation E911 Program is an open consultative process to improve our nation's planning, leadership and innovation in the delivery of a fully functional 911 system that responds any time, anywhere from any device," NENA Pres. Bill McMurray said. NENA has been working to explore how new technologies, services and capabilities could improve 911 calls.

 Posted by vonage on Thursday, November 18 @ 23:00:00 EST
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 FCC Flexes Its VoIP Muscles

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The FCC Flexes Its VoIP Muscles

November 17, 2004

By Coreen Bailor

The Federal Communications Commission Says Certain IP-Based Services Are Not Subject To State Regulation.

The buzz surrounding Voice over IP (VoIP) has reached federal regulators' ears.

The Federal Communications Commission recently ruled that DigitalVoice, an Internet telephone service provided by Vonage, is not required to comply with traditional state public utility legislation. Other forms of IP-enabled services similar to DigitalVoice, including those provided by cable companies, are also exempt from such regulation.

The decision stems from a petition filed by Vonage requesting federal preemption of an order by the Minnesota Public Utilities Commission, which concluded that Vonage's DigitalVoice was a telephone service that required Vonage to acquire a certificate of authority and meet additional regulations governing telephone companies in the state.

 Posted by vonage on Thursday, November 18 @ 20:38:22 EST
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 FCC Takes States To Task Over VoIP Services

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FCC Takes States To Task Over VoIP Services

November 16, 2004

By Staff

Earlier this week, VoIP pioneer Vonage won the battle, but time will tell if it wins the war. During its monthly open meeting this morning, the Federal Communications Commission ruled Vonage's DigitalVoice service "is not subject to traditional state public utility regulation."

In addition, the agency said that other types of IP-enabled services that look and feel like DigitalVoice will be exempt as well.

Vonage CEO Jeffrey Citron is breathing a measured sigh of relief, and he responded to the vote in a statement that read, in part, "This forward-thinking decision from the FCC assures that competition from VoIP is here to stay. Now we can focus our resources exclusively on building an even better service, rolling out E-911 for all our subscribers, innovating new features and new devices for VoIP, and expanding aggressively around the globe." He added that the "clarity".

 Posted by vonage on Wednesday, November 17 @ 23:00:00 EST
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 It's Time To VoIP

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November 16, 2004

By Brendan I. Koerner

1. My mailbox is absolutely flooded with postcards from Time Warner, trying to sell me on this newfangled digital phone service. Sounds like a good deal, actually—pitch says $39.95 for unlimited local and domestic long-distance. Worth taking the plunge?

A. Compared to sticking with plain ol' Verizon or another copper-wire provider, yeah, it's a bargain. If saving loot's your top priority, however, there are cheaper ways to go about joining the ranks of Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) users. Not necessarily simpler if you're in a multi-phone household, but definitely cheaper.

Time Warner's service, which the company's hawking like mad at twcdigitalphone.com, is available only in select New York neighborhoods right now, but should reach all 1.4 million customers by next summer. Cablevision, meanwhile, is offering the comparable Optimum Voice. Both work in the typical VoIP fashion, by chopping up your voice into tiny data packets, then shunting them through the same cables that bring you such visual delights as TBS's umpteenth repeat of Mr. Destiny.

 Posted by vonage on Wednesday, November 17 @ 20:25:04 EST
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