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By Tammy Bruce
Topic - Vonage Holdings Corp.
Vonage, a pioneer of home phone service over the Internet, has a new application for the iPhone and Android phones that provides free calls between Facebook users.
NEW YORK — Battered by legal and financial troubles, Vonage Holdings Corp. has slipped from its spot as the largest provider of Internet-based phone service, overtaken by cable firm Comcast Corp.
NEW YORK -- Nate Williams hardly noticed when his phone company vanished.