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 Feds Claim Control Over VoIP

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Feds Claim Control Over VoIP, Leave Tax Issue Open

November 15, 2004

By Declan McCullagh

In an order made public late Friday, the Federal Communications Commission said it will address those "critical issues" in a separate decision that's expected next year. The order was announced earlier in the week.

The most striking short-term impact of the FCC's decision is how it undercuts Minnesota's efforts to treat Vonage, a prominent voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) provider, as a traditional phone company. The 8th Circuit Court of Appeals in St. Paul, Minn., is scheduled to hear arguments Wednesday morning.

"The court doesn't have a lot of room after this recent decision by the FCC," said Phillip Marchesiello, an attorney at Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld in Washington, D.C., who has followed the lawsuit.

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 IP Video Included In FCC Vonage Ruling

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IP Video Included In FCC Vonage Ruling

November 15, 2004

By Ted Hearn

The Federal Communications Commission declared in its Vonage Holdings Corp. pre-emption order that is it ready to push aside states that are considering regulation of video services using Internet protocol.

The FCC order -- released late last Friday but unavailable until Monday due to agency Web-site maintenance -- clearly stated that IP video was a service that the agency was prepared to shield from non-federal regulation.

That could be good news for Verizon Communications and SBC Communications Inc., which are planning to spend billions of dollars on broadband networks to compete with cable operators.

An SBC spokesman said last month that his company planned to deploy IP networks differently from the way cable video services are currently distributed.

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 FCC Takes Lead On VoIP Rules

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FCC Takes Lead On VoIP Rules

November 15, 2004

By Staff

Washington — In a sweeping decision, the Federal Communications Commission has elbowed the states aside and seized command in deciding the regulatory fate of voice-over-Internet protocol (VoIP) service, a novel technology that has the potential to rattle the phone market like never before.

The FCC ruling last Tuesday was a victory for Vonage Holdings Corp., which is waging a court battle against Minnesota regulators, after they attempted to treat the company, with 300,000 VoIP customers, like a traditional phone carrier.

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 Internet Phones Make Retail Push

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Internet Phones Make Retail Push

November 15, 2004

By Evelyn Lee

New York-- Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) phone services are moving into retail stores in an effort to reach the mass market.

Touted as a cheaper alternative to traditional phone service, VoIP makes calls through a broadband Internet connection instead of a conventional phone line. The service had previously been sold directly through providers and used primarily by early adopters of the technology.

Targeting a larger audience, VoIP companies have partnered directly with retailers such as Best Buy, Circuit City, and Amazon.com, where customers can sign up for service and buy adapter boxes to use with their regular phones. They have also teamed up with networking equipment makers such as Linksys, which already have an established retail presence, to get their products onto more store shelves.

"Our biggest effort in direct marketing is opening up in retail," said Katherine Bagin, vice president of Internet protocol telephony at AT&T, which introduced its CallVantage VoIP service to retail stores in August. "We want to focus on the walk-in traffic getting into the electronics store."

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 Vonage To Provide VoIP Service To MediaWorks

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November 15, 2004

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Vonage said it would provide VoIP service to MediaWorks cable and broadband subscribers in the southeastern U.S. as part of a bundle. Under the agreement, it would provide flat rate residential and small business plans for $14.99 to $49.99 per month.

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November 12, 2004

By Steven Musil

The Federal Communications Commission ruled 3-2 that states are now barred from imposing telecommunications regulations on Internet phone providers, which treat calls no differently than any other application on the Net.

That class of operators includes Vonage Holdings, which asked the FCC for just such a designation in May, plus Verizon Communications, AT&T and dozens of other commercial Internet providers, according to those familiar with the FCC's thinking.

"This landmark order recognizes a revolution has occurred," FCC Chairman Michael Powell said at a meeting in Washington, D.C. The FCC's decision was a general one, was widely anticipated, and answers just one of dozens of questions about how regulators will ultimately treat Internet phone services, typically referred to as voice over Internet Protocol, or VoIP.

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 FCC Launches First Salvo In Battle Over New Phone Rules

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FCC Launches First Salvo In Battle Over New Phone Rules

November 12, 2004

By David Nicklaus

At one level, the Federal Communications Commission's ruling this week on Internet telephony was just another turf battle between state and federal governments. But it also was much more than that.

"It's the prelude to a series of very important orders that will change the way phone service is regulated in this country," said Jim Falvey, senior vice president of regulatory affairs at Xpedius Communications in O'Fallon, Mo.

The FCC pre-empted an attempt by Minnesota to regulate Vonage, which offers phone service using voice over Internet protocol, or VoIP. Essentially, the FCC decided that because Internet calls can't easily be categorized as local or long-distance, they should be regulated only at the federal level.

The FCC has much rulemaking left to do on VoIP, but it's clear that this technology has the potential to shake up the telecommunications industry. If enough consumers embrace it, traditional phone companies like SBC Communications will step up the pressure on states and on Congress to free them from regulations they consider burdensome.

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 CEA Hails FCC Decision To Preempt State Regulation Of VoIP

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CEA Hails FCC Decision To Preempt State Regulation Of VoIP Services

November 12, 2004

By Edie Herman

Vonage's DigitalVoice VoIP service is interstate, so it can't be regulated by state PUCs, the FCC ruled Tues. The ruling was hailed by CEA, which said the FCC's action "provides the appropriate framework to establish one federal nationwide VoIP policy."

The ruling, which asserts federal jurisdiction over Vonage-like services, came in response to a preemption petition filed last year by Vonage. Although referring to Vonage service, the decision applies to other types of IP- enabled services, the Commission said. CEA Pres. Gary Shapiro said the advancement of VoIP services would be "a key element in driving consumer demand and adoption" of broadband technology. There's "a unique synergy between VoIP and broadband that allows each to be used as a purchase incentive for the other," he said. The Commission's action was "a strong step toward regulatory clarity, which is needed to advance VoIP services that will provide enormous benefits to consumers and the economy," Shapiro said. "We commend the FCC's leadership in taking action to avoid a patchwork of state regulations that would stifle the advancement of this new form of communication."

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 Readers Make Calls On Phones

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Readers Make Calls On Phones, Exit Polls

November 11, 2004

By Tim Hanrahan And Jason Fry

In Monday's column we looked at how the exit-poll controversy had (unfairly) become a referendum on blogs. We also looked at the dwindling fortunes of the traditional phone call, now being shoved aside by e-mail and instant messaging.

Dave Friedman writes: I basically side with your take on the issue of phone use in the age of e-mail, but I admit I use the phone more now than I used to. The reason is about a year ago I got VOIP service with Vonage and my calls to friends in LA, London, & Geneva became incredibly cheap. My wife's family is half-Turkish, and when she calls Istanbul her relatives are always asking her if she needs to get off the phone, because they still live in the world of circuit-based telephony. We, of course, pay about 10 cents a minute to Istanbul, and less to Western Europe.

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 Easiest Way To Save $200 This Month

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November 11, 2004

By Meghan Foye

What's it gonna be? Those great-fitting Banana Republic jeans on sale or getting your oil changed? If you're like us, most of the time you'll take the chance that the car won't break down. But, if you know where to cut back, you can be a responsible adult and still look hot.

TOO HIGH BILL: Shopping
INSTEAD OF: Paying full price, period
TRY: Buying that full-price dress, but when it goes on sale in a few weeks, ask for a price adjustment. Major stores such as Gap will give you the difference on time within 14 days of purchase. Or go online: Overstock.com has amazing bargains on furniture and clothes. We found a bright-red, comfy-looking couch for only $629.99, with a measly $2.95 shipping fee.
SAVINGS: $5 and up

TOO HIGH BILL: Online Shopping
INSTEAD OF: Buying clothes or other items directly from the website
TRY: Registering at Ebates.com, an “affiliate” site that gives you cash back on purchases. Instead of buying directly from Target.com, make your purchase through Ebates.com. They take a small part of the commission they receive for referring you, then give you the rest. (You typically get 3 percent for Gap.com and OldNavy.com, and 4 percent for Target.com purchases.) Every three months, the site will mail you a check.
SAVINGS: $6, if you buy $150 worth of stuff and get a 4 percent rebate

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