Vonage Introduces $14.99 Residential Plan

The Vonage Basic Plan includes the same features as its other plans at no additional cost and is available to all existing and future customers. Vonage customers choosing to add additional Basic lines will receive the discount rate of $12.99 per line.

“The Vonage Basic plan reflects our commitment to cost-conscious consumers, as it is now offering the most cost-effective telephony option for low-usage households,” stated Jeffrey A. Citron, chairman & CEO of Vonage. “Once again, Vonage illustrates why it is the key to easy and affordable communications: by offering flat-rate calling plans that include all of the features, as well as many features not available from traditional landline companies like online voicemail retrieval and area code selection ¾ at a significantly lower price than its competitors.”

Using the latest technology, Vonage sets the standard for the new generation of phone service with residential and business calling plans:

o Residential Premium Unlimited Plan – $34.99/month for unlimited calling throughout the United States and Canada.

o Residential Unlimited Local Plan – $24.99/month for unlimited local calling plus 500 minutes of United States long distance and Canadian calling.

o Residential Basic Plan – $14.99/month for 500 minutes of local, toll and long distance calling throughout the United States and Canada.

o Small Business Unlimited Plan – $49.99/month for unlimited calling throughout the United States and Canada, including a free dedicated fax line.

o Small Business Basic Plan – $39.99/month for 1500 minutes of calling throughout the United States and Canada, including a free dedicated fax line.

o Services and hardware included for free in all Vonage Digital VoiceTM plans:

Voicemail Caller ID Call waiting Call forwarding Call hunt Call transfer Call return (*69) Caller ID block (*67) Repeat dialing Area code selection International call block Bandwidth saver Web-based account management, voicemail retrieval and real-time inbound/outbound calling activity International calling at significantly reduced rates, such as: * London 5 cents per minute * Tel Aviv 6 cents per minute * Sydney 6 cents per minute

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