Vonage

VoIP provider Vonage gets into the calling card biz

Vonage is expanding its reach yet again. This time the VoIP provider will offer a long distance calling card aimed at people who want convenient pre-paid international calling without hidden fees or even a physical card. This helps it move beyond land line phones.

Vonage's Mobile App Embraces Facebook

Vonage today released an application for Facebook on iPhone and Android that provides free voice calls between Facebook friends over Wi-Fi or a 3G wireless network. With past struggles to stay viable as a VoIP provider, this app might give Vonage a new lease on life.

Jive Software Wants to Be Facebook for the Enterprise

Jive Software today launched what it hopes will become a Facebook-style social networking platform for businesses, complete with an activity stream, an open API and an application store. But whether Jive’s new offering can make social networking more palatable to business users remains to be seen.

Why Vonage Mobile Is Too Little, Too Late

Vonage today announced a line of apps for the iPhone, iPod touch and BlackBerry. Once a pioneer of VoIP, the company has fallen out of favor over the past few years and the release of its apps, collectively dubbed Vonage Mobile, is being viewed as a chance for Vonage to regain its luster. Unfortunately, it’s too little, too late.

Verizon Shutting Down VoIP Service

[qi:090] Five years after it launched Voicewing by rebranding DeltaThree, Verizon (s VZ) is shutting down the VoIP service that never managed…

Former AT&T CMO Lefar Joins Vonage as CEO

Former AT&T (NYSE: T) Chief Marketing Officer Marc Lefar has been named as the new CEO of struggling Voip phone provider Vonage, replacing i…

No More AT&T Callvantage

Updated: AT&T has stopped selling AT&T Callvantage to new customers, reports DSL Reports. AT&T, long before it merged with SBC had made…