Ahhh, there’s something soothingly warm about the glow of a bunch of PowerBooks. TGIF. Students at Franklin & Marshall College, in Lancaster, Pa., participate in an online post-debate poll after last night’s Presidential Debate.
We have been getting many questions about when the next crop of PowerBooks will arrive, including the fabled PowerBook G5. The PowerPage has long maintained that we will see one more round of PowerBook G4 bumps before the announcement of the PBG5. The good news is that the PowerPage has secured a copy of Apple’s PowerBook Roadmap. Read on…
Beginning today Vonage will upgrade all of their Local Unlimited customers to Premium Unlimited. In addition, Vonage is dropping all customer’s who are on the Premium Plan’s prices automatically by $5. Vonage is simplifying its calling plans now by only offering 2 plans- a $15 plan and a $25 plan.
Through some recently completed market research and trend analysis, Vonage came to the conclusion that “local unlimited” really had no meaning for customers and in the world of IP and with the “buckets of minutes” the industry is moving away from distinguishing one kind of minute from another. In short, Vonage’s unlimited plan, which is the most popular, is now $25 and all people who were on either on the $25 or $30 plans will automatically get the upgrade to the unlimited for $25. This is really a package upgrade and simplification story, why, because Vonage has listened to its customers and is responding to the marketplace need for simpler plans. The new rate plan is only available to Vonage US customers.