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Vonage

An Internet phone service (VoIP) from Vonage Holdings Corporation, Holmdel, NJ (www.vonage.com). Vonage offers flat-fee calling plans within the U.S. and Canada and international calls based on a per-minute charge. Vonage customers use standard analog telephones plugged into an adapter that plugs into the broadband network. A softphone is also available for using the service on a laptop when traveling. Launched in 2001, one of the co-founders of Vonage is VoIP pioneer Jeff Pulver.
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(9) Vontage Holdings Corporation, who acted as an intervenor in the case, claimed that NARUC lacked standing to challenge the Order because the Order did not "change the rights or responsibilities" of NARUC's members.
[5] Loweke, G.P, "The lore of prime numbers" Vontage press, N.Y.
Vontage Corp, another VoIP provider, said E911 deployment will slow down as a result of a restriction of marketing efforts, presenting an advantage to competitors controlling access to the 911 systems.