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June 23, 2007

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» Vonage's $3.99 Retention Plan from Consumerist
Vonage offers a $3.99 per month retention plan to customers who might jump ship to providers with more certain futures. The plan is meant to shore-up Vonage's customer churn rate, especially as the internet telephony company struggles to stay alive... [Read More]

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JayKolbe

Wanted to provide a little background on the $3.99 plan to stay with Vonage...This promotion is not new and has actually been around for several years now (at least 3 years or so), and it's usually used, when/where necessary, as a short-term retention promotion. That said, this is by no means something Vonage uses broadly. Less than 1% of Vonage’s total customers are currently in the $3.99 program. Since this is such a small number of Vonage’s overall customers, the plan's low price point does not significantly impact the company’s financials.

Full disclosure: I work for Weber Shandwick and provide third party PR support for Vonage.

ReadMeToo

I am a Vonage affiliate and none of this info has been passed down to us,

Please document factual source.

I want 10 phone lines at that price in different cities listing to promote my Domain and Web Hosting business

JimCanuck

I think it sounds more like a case of suffering from an aortic aneurysm where the bleeding can only be stopped by emergency surgery.

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