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Voce Shutters Its Doors

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Feb 6, 2008, 2:55 PM   by Eric M. Zeman

Voce, a one-time premium MVNO, has closed. Voce touted itself as the ultimate service provider. It carried only premium handsets, such as the LG Prada and Nokia N95, and charged customers a $500 sign-on fee and $200 per month for unlimited calls and a 24/7 personal assistance service. The MVNO, which ran on AT&T's network, was owned by Faith Communications. Some time in January ownership was transferred to SunCal Midwest. Employees have not been paid since the transfer of ownership, and users and employees alike found out the service was canceled Friday when their phones went dead. Voce had about 2,000 subscribers.

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Feb 6, 2008, 3:03 PM


never heard of them.. havent even paid their employees! ouch
...Damn writers strike!

Feb 6, 2008, 4:04 PM

MVNOs = recipe for failure

You'd think that with their "wonderful" track record, people would stop trying to start up new MVNOs.

On a side note, I thought the idea for Voce would have been cool but there just aren't enough people who are interested in a "if you have to ask how much, then you can't afford it" type service.
Helio is sweet though. i think they will stick around.

Feb 6, 2008, 7:56 PM


You'd think with a $500 dollar activation fee, the price gouging company wouldn't go out of business. Or maybe they just were all theives.

BUT, I suppose the subscribers can afford to be ripped off. I just feel bad about the lost numbers they can't transfer now...

well, I'm TRYING to feel bad. I'm sure Paris Hilton's sure to get a new number soon.

It's hard to feel bad for a company that sold Prada phones, and for the customers that bought them.
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