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# 177548 6-Aug-2015 13:11
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Can anyone in tell me if Vodafone have a VOIP service ?

I currently have VDSL via Snap/2Degrees and the phone is via VOIP (we took our west Auckland number with us when we moved up North, and I don't want to lose  it ... hassle informing elderly overseas relatives) ... looking over the Vodafone website I can't see anything about VOIP as a consumer service.


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  # 1359968 6-Aug-2015 13:21
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Yes.




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  # 1360006 6-Aug-2015 13:53
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Home phone wireless or local number on mobile (included with our business mobile plans) might be the best option.

 
 
 
 


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  # 1360231 6-Aug-2015 19:11
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Vodafone now Own WxC if that helps???

I use WxC for VoIP and its good for what it is. about $12 ish a month.




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  # 1360311 6-Aug-2015 21:37
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When I last looked into it for a friend moving to whangeri that wanted to keep their auckland number, WxC were acting as if I was asking them to commit high treason, whereas 2talk had no problem with taking the number anywhere since they didn't even seem to ask for a physical address.




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richms: When I last looked into it for a friend moving to whangeri that wanted to keep their auckland number, WxC were acting as if I was asking them to commit high treason, whereas 2talk had no problem with taking the number anywhere since they didn't even seem to ask for a physical address.


In WxC defense, IF YOU CALL 111 from that 2talk number and they don't know where the address is to send the ambulance, you could die.




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