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nztim
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  #2579706 5-Oct-2020 18:52
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hio77:
nztim:

 

IMHO we are almost now in a 100% VOIP world and LICAs should not exist anymore - all New Zealand numbers should be 100% portable anywhere in the country

 

It costs no more for an RSP to route a call from your place to your neighbour than it does to route a call to invergargil as the same call goes through the same soft switch

 

 


You forget the few neaxs that still don't support this.

 

That's why i said almost 100% - Only 400000 NEAX lines left from the July press release

 

So..... Hurry up and scrap the rest of the NEAXs  Oh wait........ not your problem anymore 😝


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  #2579722 5-Oct-2020 19:35
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nztim:

 

IMHO we are almost now in a 100% VOIP world and LICAs should not exist anymore - all New Zealand numbers should be 100% portable anywhere in the country

 

It costs no more for an RSP to route a call from your place to your neighbour than it does to route a call to invergargil as the same call goes through the same soft switch

 

 

You can thank the short sightedness of those that sold telecom with the kiwishare for them still existing.





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  #2579737 5-Oct-2020 20:08
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richms:

nztim:


IMHO we are almost now in a 100% VOIP world and LICAs should not exist anymore - all New Zealand numbers should be 100% portable anywhere in the country


It costs no more for an RSP to route a call from your place to your neighbour than it does to route a call to invergargil as the same call goes through the same soft switch



You can thank the short sightedness of those that sold telecom with the kiwishare for them still existing.



True but back then Toll Calls did cost more, A call may have had to be switched between 3 or 4 NEAXs to get from point A to point B

Once the last of the NEAXs are scrapped and we are 100% on VOIP Kiwishare should be reviewed to give all of us free national calling


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