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Vonage added 255,936 net subscribers (after churn) in Q206, which is really pretty good. But is that music continuing, slowing or ending? Who subscribes to consumer VoIP? Clearly, there is the geek and while it seems like there is a never ending supply, the market for geeks is finite and not horribly big. The next […]Chris Koehncke
Iâ€™ve been playing with an international mobile service from Mino. If youâ€™ve ever made an international call from your mobile phone, you know theyâ€™re expensive. For example, T-Mobile will charge me $0.34 a minute to call most European countries, while you can get easily get a rate of only $0.03-0.05 from a traditional LD or [...]Chris Koehncke
I slammed the poor GrandCentral service earlier in the week. But Iâ€™ve got more positive things to say about Talktrust. Talktrust is a prepaid service (meaning your put some money on your account and only replenish it as you use it up) that is basically a glorified IVR system. They have applications for Ebay or […]Chris Koehncke
One of the most common reasons, Iâ€™ve found, that consumers cancel their VoBB (voice over broadband service) is primarily due to poor quality. While most of us can tolerate the occasional â€œdroppedâ€ call, regular re-occurring bad voice quality doesnâ€™t cut it. Poor voice quality is typically characterized as choppy, garbled or echo [...]Chris Koehncke
Iâ€™ve been experimenting with a service from GrandCentral.com. The company was started by a bunch of ex-Dialpad folks and theyâ€™ve created the 2006 version of â€œfind me, follow meâ€ phone service. Unlike other bloggers who quickly post stuff, Iâ€™ve actually being using the service (I signed up for 2 accounts) as both my [...]Chris Koehncke