Vonage's Citron talks about Skype, AT&T, and that "low-horsepower" OS

Vonage CEO Jeff Citron tells personal technology news and reviews site Engadget that he:Thinks Skype is more of a "calling card" than a VoIP access service directly competitive with Vonage;Thinks AT&T, they of the CallVantage VoIP service, is "does nothing right" and is out of it"; Could envision a Palm OS Vonage VoIP phone if the Palm OS had "more horsepower"; Citron has beaucoup more screenloads of strong opinions.

Vonage CEO Jeff Citron tells personal technology news and reviews site Engadget that he:

Thinks Skype is more of a "calling card" than a VoIP access service directly competitive with Vonage;

Thinks AT&T, they of the CallVantage VoIP service, is "does nothing right" and is out of it";

Could envision a Palm OS Vonage VoIP phone if the Palm OS had "more horsepower";

Citron has beaucoup more screenloads of strong opinions.

I recommend you read the article, and then TalkBack to us about your views of what Jeff Citron said. (Full disclosure:although I have no direct relationship with Engadget, I write another blog for Engadget's publisher).