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Recognizing the Need to Offer Consumers More Choices for Telephony and Home Networking, Vonage and Linksys are Changing the Way People Communicate


Edison, NJ, and Irvine, CA November 8, 2004 – Vonage Holdings Corp., the leading broadband phone company and Linksys, a division of Cisco Systems, Inc., today announced the availability of the Wireless-G Broadband Router with 2 phone ports (WRT54GP2) bundled with Vonage’s service.  The Wireless-G Router will be available at over 7,000 retail locations nationwide and through select e-tail partners. 

This Linksys Wireless-G Broadband Router is four devices in one box. It includes a Wireless-G Access Point; a built-in 4-port switch to connect wired-Ethernet devices; a router function so the entire network can securely share a single cable or DSL Internet connection and two standard telephone jacks, allowing for multiple phone lines. Bundled with Vonage Internet telephony service, customers get a complete solution in one box – the hardware and service they need to start talking.

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 Vonage's Voice Over Internet Protocol Has Great Promise

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Vonage's Voice Over Internet Protocol Has Great Promise

November 5, 2004

By Kaushal Toprani

The next step in communication is just around the corner. The internet and cell phones have raised the bar of connectivity, Voice over Internet Protocol, or VoIP, will change way people communicate. VoIP enables analog voice signals to be converted into digital signals and be transmitted over the Internet in the form of packets. Recently, Ford Motor Company was featured on CBS News for its effort to move 50,000 employees to VoIP. George Surdu, Ford's IT Director, says the phone user will see no change in how they place a call. "We're doing it first and foremost to take money off the table, to save money," says Surdu. By using one line for voice and data transmission, companies like Ford can save money. However, not only massive multi-national corporations stand to benefit from this technology.

Regular home users can also benefit from VoIP technology. Vonage, the company which pioneered the technology, aims to convert all 100 million phone lines in the United States to VoIP. Vonage and its CEO Jeffery Citron are making good headway, going from 7,000 customers to 300,000 customers in just two years. Their massive growth has forced the heavyweights in telecommunication, companies like Verizon and AT&T, to offer VoIP packages to their consumers.

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 Voice Over Wi-Fi Gathers Momentum

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Voice Over Wi-Fi Gathers Momentum

November 4, 2004

By Staff

Voice over Wi-Fi (VoWi-Fi) to consumers is closer to realization than ever as demonstrated by the recent formation of a Wi-Fi/Cellular Convergence working group (WCC) in the Wi-Fi Alliance, which indicates that the many elements needed to bring this technology to reality are beginning to intersect, according to ABI Research.

Further proof is last month’s approval of a set of protocols for seamless handoffs between cellular networks and IP-based wireless networks such as Wi-Fi by the Unlicensed Mobile Access (UMA) Consortium, the firm said today.

What these activities indicate are industry consortia falling in behind new products from IC vendors and equipment and service providers which are pushing VoWi-Fi from the enterprise to the wider consumer market, offered Phil Solis, senior analyst of wireless connectivity at ABI Research, in a statement.

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 Gear Head - 'Breaking Out From The 'Pod'

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Gear Head
"Breaking Out From The 'Pod"

November 3, 2004

By Tony Romando

M: I don't have a land line in my apartment. But, I need one, desperately, to keep up with all of my ladies, all of the time. I'm also broke. What do you know about those Internet phone lines?

GH: Vonage lets you use a high-speed connection to make or receive land line-quality calls no matter where you are in the world.

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 At The Bell

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At The Bell

November 3, 2004

By Staff

Vonage said it expanded its broadband phone service to the Wilkes- Barre and Scranton, Penn., area.

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 Voice Over Wi-Fi Coming Soon

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"Voice Over Wi-Fi" Coming Soon To A Handset Near You

November 3, 2004

By Staff

Several companies are poised to advance the goal of ubiquitous voice coverage using whatever form of wireless connection makes sense from a given location, according to a new report from ABI Research. Dedicated "VoWi-Fi" (voice over Wi-Fi) handsets from Vonage will soon allow users to place VoIP calls wirelessly, either through a home Wi-Fi access point or through one of Boingo's 11,000 public Wi-Fi hotspots worldwide, ABI says.

But, according to ABI, the initial Vonage offering will have some drawbacks. In particular, users will have to carry the Vonage VoIP handset plus a cellular phone to get full coverage.

However, the situation will soon improve, ABI says, as Motorola is expected to release dual-mode (cellular/Wi-Fi) handsets for corporate use by the end of 2004 or early 2005. ABI expects consumer models to follow, as chip prices erode. "These and similar developments now taking shape will facilitate a more rapid uptake of VoIP in the residential market," predicts ABI.

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 Xten Video Softphone Gets IM

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Xten Video Softphone Gets IM, Presence; EyeBeam 1.1 Adds Buddy Lists, Chat, And Recording Features

November 2, 2004

By Ellen Muraskin

The presence and IM features of eyeBeam 1.1 were demonstrated at the CTIA Wireless IT & Entertainment show in San Francisco last week, using Vonage Holding Corp.'s voice-over-IP service, a PC, a headset and a 3G UMTS (Universal Mobile Telecommunications Service) high-speed wireless network. Vonage, along with EarthLink Inc. and other VOIP providers from the cable operator, telco, and ISP markets, resells the softphone under its own brand with its own service. Santa Clara, Calif.-based Xten designs a different device image for each and also sells its software development kit.

EyeBeam 1.1 will convert a user's contact list into a buddy list and implement presence and IM using open-standard SIP (Session Initiation Protocol) and SIMPLE (SIP for Instant Messaging and Presence Leveraging Extensions). It will also use XCAP (XML Configuration Access Protocol), which is the standard for centralized buddy lists.

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 VOIP Is No Longer Just For Techies

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'No Nerds Needed': VOIP Is No Longer Just For Techies

November 3, 2004

By Suzanne Vranica

Telecommunications has been an advertising battleground for several years, as both regular "landline" phone companies and cellphone giants have fought increasingly bitter contests for market share.

But the fight is intensifying with the introduction of Internet phone technology known as voice over Internet protocol (VOIP). Led by start-ups like Vonage Holdings, an independent New Jersey company, VOIP phone service is now available from cable-TV operators like Cablevision Systems Corp.

More recently, old-style phone companies like Verizon Communications Inc. and AT&T Corp. have offered their own version of VOIP. All are offering the new service at sharp discounts to regular phone service. About 800,000 VOIP connections are likely to be established by the end of this year, analysts predict, rising to 17 million by 2008.

While Vonage was one of the first into the Internet-phone market, the new competition is forcing it to boost its advertising budget to maintain its growth rate. Below, Jeffrey A. Citron, Vonage chairman and chief executive, discusses telecommunications' hottest new marketplace and how his company's marketing is evolving.

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 Vonage Appoints Arnold Worldwide For $75 mil

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Vonage Appoints Arnold Worldwide For $75 mil

November 3, 2004

By Roger Park

Communications company and Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) provider Vonage announced it has selected Arnold Worldwide as its agency for an integrated campaign with a budget estimated at $75 million. The winning pitch was a collaborative effort with sister media agency MPG and Arnold One, Arnold's interactive and direct marketing division.

The fully-integrated campaign plans to build the Vonage brand through customer acquisition vehicles. Half of the $75 million budget is slated for online spending.

"Vonage is leading the way in state-of-the-art technology that vies for market share from the biggest telecommunications names in the business. All the big phone providers are just now entering the fray while Vonage has been aggressively making strides in what can potentially replace traditional land-line service. This account also represents Arnold's forward-thinking approach, which is media neutral and measurable to address client objectives," says Fran Kelly, president, Arnold Worldwide.

 Posted by vonage on Wednesday, November 03 @ 20:43:15 EST
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 Vonage Launches U.K. Virtual Numbers

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Vonage Launches U.K. Virtual Numbers

November 2, 2004

By Staff

Vonage has started handing out so-called "virtual numbers" with London city codes. The numbers allow local callers in the U.K. to reach Vonage subscribers in the United States or Canada without any long-distance fees.

The London numbers cost $4.99 in addition to standard Vonage subscription fees.

 Posted by vonage on Wednesday, November 03 @ 20:40:49 EST
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