December 31, 2007 8:35 AM PST

Vonage, Nortel settle patent dispute

The Internet phone company Vonage says it has agreed to settle a dispute with Nortel Networks with no payment of damages.

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Do they have any operating cash left? I know it said this was a non-monetary settlement but the lawyer fees have a value.

I've been with Vonage for almost a year and have just been hoping to make it through the 2007 and the first half of 2008.

T-Mobile is rumored to be brewing up a local phone package that involves using a wireless modem that takes sim cards so you can use your land line headsets as well. This would build off of their current local wi-fi enabled handset offering. When they expand I'm leaving Vonage.

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Man alive...
Do they have any operating cash left? I know it said this was a non-monetary settlement but the lawyer fees have a value.

I've been with Vonage for almost a year and have just been hoping to make it through the 2007 and the first half of 2008.

T-Mobile is rumored to be brewing up a local phone package that involves using a wireless modem that takes sim cards so you can use your land line headsets as well. This would build off of their current local wi-fi enabled handset offering. When they expand I'm leaving Vonage.

Break the Wedge!
www.breakthewedge.com
Posted by SpiritWater (152 comments )
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