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Jeff Pulver

As a Visionary Pioneer in VoIP and Digital Communications with over 30 years of industry leadership, I have been instrumental in steering the evolution of internet communications. My journey began in 1994 with the launch of, marking the inception of my contributions to the VoIP domain.

In 1995, my passion for innovation led me to introduce Free World Dialup (FWD), the pioneering Internet Telephony communications network, laying the groundwork for future communication technologies. This endeavor catalyzed the formation of The VON Coalition in 1996, advocating for the transformative potential of VoIP.

A notable milestone was co-hosting “The Talking Net” in New York City in 1996, North America’s inaugural conference dedicated to Internet Communications. The following year, I founded the VON Conferences at, establishing a pivotal forum for the VoIP industry for over a decade.

In 1998, my entrepreneurial spirit gave rise to Min-X, which evolved into Vonage, solidifying its position as a frontrunner in the VoIP service sector.
A landmark achievement in my career was influencing the Pulver Order between 2003 and 2004, a critical directive shaping global internet communications regulation, reinforcing my commitment to innovation and policy advocacy.
Beyond pioneering VoIP, I am devoted to driving technological advancement, mentoring emerging entrepreneurs, and investing in startups that stand at the forefront of innovation. My endeavors extend to championing policy reform, aiming to cultivate an open, innovative, and inclusive digital landscape.

I am eager to connect with like-minded professionals to explore collaborative ventures, exchange insights, and collectively forge the path to a technologically enriched future. Connect to me:

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