Press Release

HOLMDEL, New Jersey, May 17, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — App now also features new photo and location sharing Vonage Holdings Corp. (VG) announced the extension of their free calling promotion on the Vonage Mobile® application.  Calls made from the app from anywhere in the world to any phone in the United States, Canada or Puerto Rico will continue to be free for a limited tim.

Additionally, Vonage has continually improved the Vonage Mobile app to enhance ease of use and performance.  The most recent version of the app enables photo and location sharing[1].  Vonage plans to provide additional features in the coming months, including Bluetooth™ functionality and a low-cost international roaming capability.

Vonage Mobile, the company’s global calling and texting app for iPhone® and Android™, lets users make free high-definition calls and send free texts to other Vonage Mobile users worldwide. The app works over Wi-Fi, 3G and 4G wireless data networks.  When calling those who do not yet have the app, Vonage Mobile provides ultra-low cost international calling with rates that are on average 70% less than major mobile carriers and 30% less than Skype™.  Users can instantly add calling credit directly from the app through iTunes® or Android Market™ in increments of $4.99 and $9.99.

“The response UK consumers have had to Vonage Mobile is a testament to the improvements it makes upon current calling and texting solutions,” said Nick Lazzaro, SVP, Product Development, Information Technology and Managing Director of Mobile Services at Vonage.  “The enhancements we have already made to the app and the new capabilities we expect to add only further help meet the mobile communication needs of this expanding Vonage Mobile community.”

To download Vonage Mobile or get more information on the app, please go to iTunes, Android Market or http://www.vonagemobile.com.

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