In an effort to push its forthcoming IPO, Vonage has pioneered the field of VoIP spam.
The company has delivered a voice mail message (you can listen to it below) to its subscribers, soliciting to purchase stock in the upcoming Vonage IPO. These messages were delivered as an audio email attachment and even to subscribers who don't use the Vonage voice mail service. The email offered no way to opt out from receiving Vonage spam in the future.
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