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  Reply # 1775872 4-May-2017 20:08
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Moving from fibre connection with Vodafone to fibre connection with Bigpipe.



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  Reply # 1776077 5-May-2017 09:51
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Is 2talk the best provider to go with in Auckland or are there better providers? Who is everyone else with?

I'm really wanting a set and forget service and don't want to have to work out problems that may arise.

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  Reply # 1776092 5-May-2017 09:58
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jat80: Is 2talk the best provider to go with in Auckland or are there better providers? Who is everyone else with?

I'm really wanting a set and forget service and don't want to have to work out problems that may arise.

 

WxC is the only other residential VoIP provider I think. Everyone else just resells 2talk. Don't know how WxC is after Vodafone bought them.


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  Reply # 1776703 6-May-2017 06:39
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WXC is as far as I can make out still doing their VFX service. Both 2talk and VFX once setup, are set and forget. There are other voip providers like 2degrees and Slingshot but I think they bundle their voip services with their broadband.


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  Reply # 1826700 21-Jul-2017 17:33
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kfella2000:

 

WXC is as far as I can make out still doing their VFX service. Both 2talk and VFX once setup, are set and forget. There are other voip providers like 2degrees and Slingshot but I think they bundle their voip services with their broadband.

 

 

 

 

Just called WXC, you cannot get a VOIP line on it's own you have to bundle with a broadband connection.


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