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Vonage and CompUsa

Vonage announced a deal with Compusa to offer Vonage's broadband VoIP solution. The funny thing is I thought Compusa ALREADY was offering Vonage. Could have sworn I already saw a press release about this. I guess so many retail stores...

Death of Vonage?

According to this news release Yankee Group Expects Alternative VoIP Providers To Lose 47% Market Share to MSOs and IXCs/ILECs by the End of 2005. According to the report, in the coming year, local VoIP providers will be facing the...

Vonage Adds 600 Jobs

Interesting... Vonage is planning to add 600 new employees to their payroll. Perhaps they've finally heard all the complaints in the VoIP Forums and other online forums about their poor customer service and have decided to do something about it....

Vonage offers London Virtual Numbers

From a news release... Vonage announced today the availability of virtual numbers with London city codes. Vonage’s current and future customers can select London-based virtual numbers for $4.99 USD/$7.99 CAD per month. Virtual Phone Numbers are inexpensive secondary numbers that...

Vonage and Boingo

Some interesting VoIP news to report. Vonage and Boingo will trial a Voice over Wi-Fi service. Vonage softphone users (popular Xten client) will be able to make and take VoIP calls over wireless when in range of hotspots that are...

Vonage E911 news

Thought I'd share this news about Vonage and E911 using Intrado. As you know, one of the knocks against VoIP is 911 support in the event of emergencies. Of course, I have heard from a few people in the VoIP...

Charter Communications Tech Support using VoIP

I've been experiencing 5%-20% packet loss over the past several days on my home Charter High-Speed cable connection. It's affected my home Vonage VoIP phone line. I called yesterday from Vonage to Charter, but the packet loss was so bad,...

Vonage, AT&T, and Covad go at it

A blogger has an interesting take on the VoIP panel that occured at Web 2.0. In particular, he notes the recent price war between Vonage and AT&T and some heated back-and-forth discussions between AT&T & Vonage that made the vice-presidential...

Vonage counters AT&T CallVantage price drops

Carlos Arcila, a Vonage rep posted a comment on my blog saying as of midnight tonight the price will be $24.99 from $29.99. No doubt this may have something to do with AT&T's price drop in their CallVantage plan or...

Vonage sued by MP3.com founder Michael Robertson

Just the other day I was speaking with someone at SIPPhone and their market positioning. I didn't get a chance to speak with Michael Robertson (founder of MP3.com), and now the president of SIPPhone, but I plan to follow-up with...

Vonage Launches Mexico City Virtual Numbers

In keeping with yesterday's blog post about AT&T CallVantage offering up to 9 virtual phone numbers, Vonage made a similar announcement this morning. check it out: Vonage Launches Mexico City Virtual Numbers ...

Vonage secures $105 million in financing

Some Breaking news to share... Vonage has closed a $105 million series D financing round led by New Enterprise Associates, with participation from 3i, Meritech Capital Partners and investors. Vonage senior management also participated in the round. This latest round...

Vonage new 311 service

Vonage just recently announed their new 311 service which lets you access local government services and information based on where you are located. Good stuff! Vonage 311 Service Unfortunately, when I tried it on my Vonage line, all I got...

AT&T the Sleeping Giant Awakens to blitzkrieg the VoIP market

So every industry pundit is claiming that AT&T has surrendered to the Baby Bells, but I know better. Here are some headlines: AT&T surrenders fight for home telephone services AT&T Gives Up on Consumer Market AT&T rings in a new...

Could VoIP market become fragmented?

One of the beauties of VoIP is its openness, its adherence to industry standards, and its ability to easily route calls across the public Internet or private networks. Unfortunately, many VoIP startups are building their own proprietary networks (i.e. their...

Vonage competitor

I must be slipping. I came across Lingo while Googling and I've never heard of them. They offer broadband VoIP just like Vonage. In fact, their rate plans and prices are eerily similar to Vonage. For instane, Lingo has Basic...

Vonage Outage Part 2

It would appear that Vonage is not the only broadband VoIP provider with a major outage this week. I blogged the Vonage outage and joked that maybe it was a conspiracy by the phone companies to intentionally block Vonage's traffic....

Vonage Outage as Reported in VoIP forums

As first reported in TMC's VoIP Forum, Vonage experienced a major outage today. The first post (Is Vonage Down?) was at 10:34am EDT. Then another posted Vonage was down at 12:05pm. I knew something was up. I called my wife...

Vonage gets the hammer

Some interested news today. Empirix has announced that Vonage is going to use its Hammer line of VoIP testing tools to stress test their equipment. I'm a huge fan of Empirix's testing tools. We have had a Hammer in TMC...

Vonage slaps AT&T with lawsuit...

Vonage has sued AT&T for trademark infringement, alleging that the name of AT&T's newly launched VoIP service (CallVantage) is confusingly similar to its company and product name. ...
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