VoIP provider Vonage and Motorola yesterday unveiled a four port router and two-line Internet telephone adapter configured with the former’s service. The Motorola VT2442 Internet Phone Adaptor with Router is priced at $19.99 after a rebate and is available now.
The Motorola VT2442 Internet Phone Adaptor with Router, said the two companies, powers up to two lines of Internet telephone service and supports features such as call waiting, call forwarding and caller ID. It also functions as a router, offering four Ethernet ports and a firewall for Internet security. It also incorporates Texas Instruments’ TNETV1060 VoIP gateway chipset.
“Vonage is pleased to offer its customers Motorola’s new product, as the company always seeks to offer a variety of hardware choices, for its inexpensive, flat-rate, full-featured calling plans,” stated Daniel Smires, senior vice president of Vonage engineering, in a statement. â€œMotorola is a proven partner and we are pleased to add another one of its devices to our portfolio. Vonage is happy to continue its relationship with Motorola, which continuously characterizes the leadership necessary to create broadband enabled home electronics products and has strong brand recognition.”