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Vonage chief executive Jeffrey Citron told Reuters that his closely held firm currently has more than 700,000 subscribers, and was adding about 15,000 a week. The company added 249,000 subscribers in the first quarter, up from 114,000 in the fourth quarter, but Citron said growth might […]

Vonage chief executive Jeffrey Citron told Reuters that his closely held firm currently has more than 700,000 subscribers, and was adding about 15,000 a week. The company added 249,000 subscribers in the first quarter, up from 114,000 in the fourth quarter, but Citron said growth might take a dip, before picking up towards end of 2005.

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  2. any input on how does this affect consumer directly?

  3. I don’t think cnsumers have anything to worry about – they get the best price and best deals from whomever they can get them from

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