rose 1% in preopen
trading after it posted a fourth-quarter loss of 29 cents a share, 1 cent ahead of the
First Call/Thomson Financial
estimate, but wider than its year-ago loss of 10 cents.
The Web phone company said its active customer base reached 1.2 million by the close of the period, a 45% increase from last quarter. Net2Phone also said it would buy back up to 9% of its shares.