HOLMDEL, N.J., June 2, 2006 /PRNewswire-FirstCall via COMTEX News Network/ -- Vonage America Inc., a subsidiary of Vonage Holdings Corp., a leading provider of broadband telephone services, today announced that PC World named its broadband technology as one of the best products and services of 2006. PC World, the most widely-read computer or business magazine, made their selection based on ease of use, audio clarity and value for money. The award highlights Vonage features such as voice mail, call forwarding during power outages and quality controls.
"Products that win PC World's World Class Awards set the standard for excellence in the IT and consumer electronics industries," said Harry McCracken, editor in chief of PC World.
"PC World is widely recognized as knowing the pulse of the ever-changing world of technology and what consumers want," said Jeffrey Citron, chairman and chief strategist of Vonage. "Our selection as best VoIP Service of 2006 is an honor that recognizes Vonage's dedication to offering our customers high-quality and low-cost communications choices."