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Can Google VoIP overthrow Skype?

Can Google VoIP overthrow Skype?

By 25 August 2010

With internet giant Google reportedly testing out a VoIP service within Gmail, this could spell trouble for Skype. But there are other services available if you want to make web-based calls, and they've got plenty of ammo to give Skype a run for its money.... >>

Vonage ordered to pay up after appeal refused

Vonage ordered to pay up after appeal refused

By 19 November 2007

Vonage has been ordered to pay $120 million to end a patent lawsuit won by Verizon after a US appeals court refused to reconsider the case. Vonage had asked the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit to review the ruling, or have the full 12-judge court... >>

Vonage found guilty of patent infringements

Vonage found guilty of patent infringements

By 27 September 2007

Vonage Holdings has been ordered to pay $69.5 million in damages, as well as 5% of future revenues, for infringing on patents owned by Sprint Nextel. This ruling follows a similar case earlier this year that saw Vonage guilty of infringing on three Verizon... >>

Vonage win reprieve in patent case

Vonage win reprieve in patent case

By 8 April 2007

Vonage, the VoIP provider in the UK and US has avoided closer thanks to a last minute reprieve from a federal judge on Friday. Following a patent dispute with Verizon in America, Vonage has managed to stave off closure even though a judge in a lower court... >>

Judge slams Vonage with service blackout

Judge slams Vonage with service blackout

By 23 March 2007

Vonage could have its service just down within 2 weeks following a federal judge issuing an injunction barring the VoIP call provider from offering its service because of a patent dispute with Verizon in America. The blackout could have been immediately,... >>

Vonage offer V-Access to bring friends in on the benefits

Vonage offer V-Access to bring friends in on the benefits

By 25 January 2007

Vonage, the telephone company that specialises in offering VoIP services in the UK, has today announced the launch of V-Access, a new free feature giving friends and family of Vonage customers an additional and more affordable way to stay in touch. V-Access... >>

Vonage launches V-Phone portable landline

Vonage launches V-Phone portable landline

By 5 October 2006

Vonage has launched what it calls the world’s smallest landline phone, the V-Phone. We were slightly baffled by the device when we first saw an image of it, but it really is quite a nifty concept. No bigger than a USB flash drive, which it is, the V-Phone... >>

Vonage launch Vonage V-Phone USB key ring phone

Vonage launch Vonage V-Phone USB key ring phone

By 30 June 2006

Vonage, the VOiP telephone company in America and the UK, has launched a USB key ring phone that lets you make calls from any PC and a high speed internet connection. Called the Vonage V-Phone, the device comes with Vonage Talk software pre-loaded so... >>

Vonage customers get VoIP access at Cloud hotspots

Vonage customers get VoIP access at Cloud hotspots

By 27 April 2006

Vonage and The Cloud, have announced a partnership which will give Vonage customers access to its VoIP service over The Cloud’s UK wireless broadband network for free. Vonage customers equipped with its Wi-Fi handset will be able to make VoIP calls... >>

Vonage Wi-Fi Phone review
4 out of 5

Vonage Wi-Fi Phone review

By 22 March 2006

So you've got a wireless network at home, like the idea of making calls over the Internet to save some cash but don't really fancy sitting in front of your computer to make the call. In steps the Vonage Wi-Fi Phone, a landline phone that connects directly... >>