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US News & World Report says that Vonage is adding 10,000 new customers every week, and has a total of 450,000 customers. I guess, the big question is how many of them actually bail from the service, and how they are sliced and diced – i.e. […]

US News & World Report says that Vonage is adding 10,000 new customers every week, and has a total of 450,000 customers. I guess, the big question is how many of them actually bail from the service, and how they are sliced and diced – i.e. UK and Canada and USA share of the new subscribers.

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  1. Vonage/VoIP all remind me of TiVo.

    That is to say, these are not true business’, but features masquarading as business’.

    I think AOL could have a great offering, it not for its melding parent, and as soon as Virgin/ESPN, or their parent network Sextel get into action, Vonage becomes a footnote.

    VoIP is perfect for Nextel/Sprint to hammer the RBOCs, but one has to wonder why they stall, all in the name of signing MSO wholesale VoIP business. Quite bizarre, where is the competitive spirit?

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