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I have Comcast broadband at my home and the other day I accidentally went to the Comcast.net home page. Wow! Comcast is offering an ever increasing bunch of stuff for their customers for free!! Who cares? I donâ€™t certainly donâ€™t. Why they are diluting their already great gross margins on broadband (typically 50% of better) […]Chris Koehncke
I donâ€™t know what a Mooncake is, but for the customers that iTalkBB is chasing it seems to be working. iTalkBB offers a consumer VoIP service and pretty much focuses on folks with roots/ties back to China. Iâ€™ve been hearing that they are growing at a nice clip, but just below the radar screen. For […]Chris Koehncke
For years Iâ€™ve struggled with addressing the question â€“ is VoIP a utility or application service? The answer to this simple question will ultimately define this entire industry. Letâ€™s look a recent example. In the late 90â€™s, the CLEC (Competitive Local Exchange Company) emerged as competition to the local telephone company. [...]Chris Koehncke
I was listening to some CEO that made some part of the giant hamster wheel that runs inside a VoIP system. He was droning on about great potential and taking the company public and bla bla bla. I asked him if his companyâ€™s market size was bigger than that of the turkey thermometer. What? You […]Chris Koehncke
The topic of E911 and VoIP is a great fodder for various news agencies. It would seem all we do all day long is call 911. In fact, Americans made more than 150 million calls to E911 last year with about 1/3 of them coming from wireless callers. Why any VoBB provider would sign up […]Chris Koehncke
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