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August 11, 2004

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» Cheap calls, huge burn rate from Om Malik on Broadband
Even before I could jump-up-and-down on Vonage's ass, Andy does a fine analysis of their marketing burn rate. Vonage is expending $375 per customer in marketing expense before you add in the cost of the ATA and shipping, just to... [Read More]

» Cheap calls, huge burn rate from Om Malik on Broadband
Even before I could jump-up-and-down on Vonage's ass, Andy does a fine analysis of their marketing burn rate. Vonage is expending $375 per customer in marketing expense before you add in the cost of the ATA and shipping, just to... [Read More]

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Bruce Crair

I'd be very surprised if they're spending anywhere near that amount. Even cellular companies don't spend that much (and their ARPU and payback is much faster than that).

skibare

Packet8 CEO Bryan Martin commented during an interview about letting the other heavyweights SPEND to gain customers and let the HEAVYWEIGHTS SPEND to advertise and educate..........and Packet8 Continues to gain traction with ZERO marketing expense!

Skibare

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