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Linksys and Vonage announce trade-in program

June 13, 2005

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IRVINE, Calif. and EDISON, N.J. -- Linksys®, a division of Cisco Systems, Inc., and Vonage®, the leading provider of broadband phone service, today announced a unique trade-in program for customers interested in upgrading their existing router for a Linksys Wireless-G Router configured with Vonage. For a limited time, customers can trade in their used router -- any brand, any model -- for a Linksys Wireless-G Router with 2 Phone Ports (WRTP54G) for free(*) (after rebates), when they sign up for Vonage's broadband phone service.

The BIG Trade-In Wireless-G for Free with Vonage promotion enables customers to get two of the latest and most innovative technologies at the same time: Wireless-G and VoIP. With the Linksys Wireless-G router with Vonage, users can now experience networking speeds up to five times faster(**) than Wireless-B, which means users can download and transfer their music, movie, photo and other files up to five times faster with Linksys 802.11g technology. Additionally, with the added benefit of Vonage's built-in broadband phone service, users can significantly cut their standard telephone costs by as much as 50% when switching to Vonage's high-quality, feature-rich, Internet phone service.

"This promotion is the first of its kind in retail and is an unparalleled upgrade opportunity. It is a tremendous value for our customers by giving them a way to save money from their original router investment," said Glen McLaughlin, Linksys vice president of North American retail sales. "Together with Vonage and our retail partners, we are providing our leading router product featuring the fast networking speed of Wireless-G and high quality VoIP service in a simple integrated solution."

Linksys

Vonage Holdings Corp.

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