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Vonage (NYSE: VG) is a leading provider of cloud communications services for consumers and businesses. Vonage provides a robust suite of feature-rich residential and business communication solutions that offer flexibility, portability and ease-of-use across multiple devices designed to meet the needs of a wide range of customers.

Vonage's portfolio of business products covers the full spectrum of business communications needs, serving single-person companies to those with thousands of employees spread over multiple locations. Vonage provides bring-your-own-broadband (BYOB) cloud products and those that offer carrier-grade reliability and Quality of Service (QoS) across BYOB service options and its private, national MPLS IP network. For more information visit www.vonage.com.

Vonage Holdings Corp. is headquartered in Holmdel, New Jersey. Vonage® is a registered trademark of Vonage Marketing LLC, owned by Vonage America Inc.

Vonage In The News

Why Sarepta Therapeutics, Advanced Micro Devices, and Vonage Jumped Today
Motley Fool
The stock market took a well-deserved break from its recent volatility, trading in a fairly tight range and finishing the day with mixed results. These stocks rose on a quiet market day. Find out why.
Vonage Stock Advancing, Baird Initiates Coverage
The Street
Shares of Vonage were gaining in mid-afternoon trading as Baird began coverage of the stock with an "outperform" rating.
Vonage Holdings Corp is Reiterated by Dougherty & Company to Buy, Raises Price Target to $9
The Market Digest
Vonage was reiterated by Dougherty & Company to "Buy" according to research note released. The brokerage firm has raised the Price Target to $9 from a previous price target of $8.
Vonage (VG) PT Raised to $9 at Needham & Company
The Street Insider
Needham & Company analyst Richard Valera reiterated a Buy rating and raised his price target on Vonage to $9.00 (from $8.00), saying the newly launched API should drive growth and GM improvement for Nexmo.
iOS 10 reviewed: There's no reason not to update
Ars Technica
Apple is providing developers with a Siri API in iOS 10. Third parties can use Siri in six different kinds of apps, though those applications encompass a wide range of common and popular App Store offerings: audio and video calling apps, messaging apps, payment apps, apps that allow searching through photo libraries, workout apps, and ride sharing apps.
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Alan Masarek