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Items tagged with: Vonage

Vonage calls Verizon's patent suit "frivolous"

Vonage is saying that Verizon's patent lawsuit against the VoIP-telephony giant is "frivolous". The Holmdel, New Jersey-based company vowed to defend itself and added that the lawsuit will not affect operations, no matter what happens.

Apparently Vonage has a large legal warchest and its CEO, Mike Snyder, said that the suit will not hurt the company financially and adds, "Our financial reserves would allow us to continue normal operations regardless of the outcome. In addition, we are confident that regardless of how this litigation is ultimately decided, Vonage's customers will see no change whatsoever to any aspect of their phone service."

Full story on TG Daily.

Vonage launches V-Access

Vonage today announced a new calling option that provides inbound calling to Vonage subscribers for the price of a local call.

V-Access provides an access number that enables anyone to call any Vonage phone number (or an 800-number) without paying long distance or international fees. Vonage subscribers simply need to select a V-Access number to enable the service. Callers then dial the local access number followed by the Vonage subscriber number to complete a call. Callers pay only for the local call.

This service is currently available in the United States, Canada, France, Italy, Mexico, Spain, and the UK at no additional charge to Vonage subscribers.

VTech Broadband Telephone System with Vonage service

Vonage will soon unleash a VoIP Wi-Fi handset upon at least some eagerly-awaiting consumers. But for those who desire wire-free VoIP that sticks more to home, it has already teamed with VTech to field a combination product that's sure to please folks who rather talk than connect and configure.

QuickView: Vonage Wi-Fi Handset

Vonage has been promoting its upcoming Wi-Fi Handset for over a year. David Strom got hold of a Beta copy but found a product with a great deal of promise, still unrealized.

Two approaches to VoIP - Skype vs. Vonage

Big-time VoIP providers may be trying to put old-line telcos out of business, but Skype may be beating them at their own game. Russell Shaw compared Skype with the current VoIP top dog, Vonage, and his conclusions may surprise you.

Making the Jump to VoIP

Voice over IP phone service looks like it really has traction this time. Russell Shaw shows you the VoIP ropes and takes five major services for a spin.
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