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Re: Vonage service suffers outage
- From: David Barak
- Date: Thu Mar 10 13:06:57 2005
- Comment: DomainKeys? See http://antispam.yahoo.com/domainkeys
- Domainkey-signature: a=rsa-sha1; q=dns; c=nofws; s=s1024; d=yahoo.com; b=lsjGHi3TCAI4I4jtDQB4iIUFClsTyGIpuhpef0Bn3Dr3/IeZkIqxQeYcoHvrhuLmfZ1U3V4KguNH8nmafMd7vRz2G/yqHviBLOBvH0/SND9Q5e+kAjPJDjCNRQTcRtSbMg9DrlmsD/PgHlH97fKkQB6nDY+5iWblHqjqHGhQMWg= ;
--- "Jay R. Ashworth" <email@example.com> wrote:
> On Mon, Mar 07, 2005 at 04:03:11PM -0000, Neil J.
> McRae wrote:
> > > Companies like Vonage are signing up subscribers
> because they
> > > provide real phone service connecting you to
> > > subscribers on the real phone network. That is
> their business
> > > model. Verizon could sell exactly the same sort
> of service to
> > > subscribers in California leveraging the
> Internet last mile
> > > in exactly the same way as Vonage.
> > > Vonage and Verizon are just phone companies, not
> VoIP companies.
> > Michael - you've been drinking way to much coffee
> Naw; Michael has it exactly right, and more power to
I think the final nail in this coffin is the Vonage
banner ad/masthead which describes them as "the
broadband phone company."
If they're going to claim to be a phone company, it's
reasonable that phone company regulations regarding
911, outage reporting, etc should all apply to them.
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