Summary:

Vonage recently cut price of its premium services in Canada by about 12.5% for no real reason. There is little or no competition from the incumbents or the bells right now and the market seems to be very stable in comparison with the US. Mark Evans […]

Vonage recently cut price of its premium services in Canada by about 12.5% for no real reason. There is little or no competition from the incumbents or the bells right now and the market seems to be very stable in comparison with the US. Mark Evans thinks that “Vonage is competing against itself. My take is Vonage knows what’s coming and it’s hoping to get as much momentum and buzz that it can before the real competition starts to happen.” Of course there is that other element – the company is doing its best to grow, costs be damned perhaps hoping for an IPO.

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