Vonage CEO Shuffle

I know I have been writing about Vonage a great deal lately and I am not sure whether to apologize about this fact or not but it is worth pointing out that Vonage and Sprint may reach some sort of business arrangement as a result of their patent dispute according to one of my favorite Canadian telecom analysts Jon Arnold.
In addition customer, according to Jon’s blog ARPU isn’t expected to go up or down which Jon sees as bad news. Well at least it isn’t expected to go down. There is still pricing pressure on the market and Vonage hasn’t rolled out any must-have paid services lately. Hopefully they have some up their sleeve and can get that ARPU to steadily increase.
Garett Smith has comments on yesterday’s Vonage conference call as well – specifically – who would want this Vonage CEO job? Like I said a bit earlier today – this company is becoming one of the most famous tech brands in the US. You should be able to leverage this to make a profitable company. The question is who can do this best. The answer hopefully for Vonage shareholders will be Jeffrey Citron.

  • paul castagn
    April 13, 2007 at 12:39 pm

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  • PhoneBoy
    April 13, 2007 at 5:28 pm

    I think you missed the part about Jeffery Citron being legally forbidden from being the CEO of a public company. Not that he doesn’t want to be, he can’t be.

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