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If you read my post about Trump Towers’ being wired by GigaBeam’s WiFiber, I pointed out that NuVisions Digital Voice website looked much like Vonage’s website. Look at the terms of service and it says Vonage all over it. And mean literally. I think is a […]

If you read my post about Trump Towers’ being wired by GigaBeam’s WiFiber, I pointed out that NuVisions Digital Voice website looked much like Vonage’s website. Look at the terms of service and it says Vonage all over it. And mean literally. I think is a secret Vonage play – work with independent service providers like MSI and become their wholesale voice provider. It could be their end run around the bells and other incumbents.

  1. bingo.

    don’t you believe that working with isp’s will assist in the port blocking issues as well?

    if u have a relationship with them would they block you?

    i know of an aussie voip company doing this and they are not doing it on a small level like this either…

    get into bed with the right ones, this is the way to do it. Of course you have to be able to offer something of great value as well. Not only that it should be unique.

    Is what vonage has unique Om?

    watch and see players like skype fall in the end because they havent formed the partnerships that mattered most.

    ie: plantronics won;t be securing their network connectivity anytime soon—makes for nice henshall fodder though—-eh stu?

    craig

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  2. good spotting om.

    craig, tell all re the aussie company – very interested in connecting.

    cheers mate.

    randy

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  3. Uh, guys, it’s not very secret. There’s a Vonage press release on it.

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  4. whoops, cut&paste error in the link .

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  5. yup this is not secret but finally they are putting a plan to work. which is why i wrote about it. i think there finally is light at the end of the tunnel of bells and cable cos for vonage.

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  6. the company randy is located here, with all sister companies.

    http://www.freshtelholdings.com/

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  7. Earthlink has a similar agreement with them. Their version is called http:///www.unlimitedvoice.com

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  8. Armstrong cable was set up like that as well.

    The Armstrong cable digital voice web site was a snapshot in time of the Vonage web site with an Armstrong brand on it. From whois/DNS info, it appeared that Vonage was hosting the domain and web server.

    I’ve sort of assumed that the name Digital Voice will generally refer to a Vonage wholesale.

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