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Moto, Vonage roll out VoIP router with Wi-Fi

updated 09:40 am EDT, Wed March 14, 2007

Vonage VT2542 Wi-Fi Router

Motorola and Vonage today started shipping the VT2542 router for the latter's VoIP service. The new switch is the first from Vonage to offer Wi-Fi: subscribers to the company's network can now connect laptops and other computers to the Internet while still freeing up space for four Ethernet-connected PCs and up to two analog phones. Like other routers, the VT2542 has support for secure wireless and VPN connections; however, it prioritizes voice data packets over others to guarantee phone quality above all else.

Vonage is already making its latest router available today for $60 after an instant rebate and subscribing to any of its phone service plans.



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