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# 18779 23-Jan-2008 16:03
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I can't seem to find any information on Xnet Business packages on www.xnet.co.nz. What sort of plans does Xnet offer for businesses? Can businesses go on the same plans as residential?

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  # 106312 23-Jan-2008 16:20
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Hi Noodles

Welcome to Geekzone!

Businesses use the DVX services, which are similar to VFX but are for businesses.  You can get multiple simultaneous calls (I believe VFX only allows a maximum of two calls) as well as direct dial numbers.  From memory, the termination calling rates for DVX are the same as VFX.

Sorry if my knowledge of residential plans is a little rusty, we only deal in DVX.  If you want more info, please reply or send me a PM, I'd be happy to answer any of your questions.

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  # 106317 23-Jan-2008 16:29
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What about broadband services?

 
 
 
 


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  # 106320 23-Jan-2008 16:34
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Why not just contact them directly? They have been renown to be very friendly, helpful and fast.

Businesses usually need a more flexible, specialised product / service anyway.




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  # 106321 23-Jan-2008 16:37
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Yes they can certainly do standard ADSL or naked DSL, what exactly were you after?  More info about their ADSL offerings is here: http://www.xnet.co.nz/hsi/.  They can also do UNS circuits, fibre etc.

The benefit of going through a dealer (such as us) is we can easily provision new services on your behalf, plus you will only receive one bill for all of the services you have through WxC (such as voice, internet, data etc). 

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  # 106323 23-Jan-2008 16:42
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manhinli: Why not just contact them directly? They have been renown to be very friendly, helpful and fast.

Businesses usually need a more flexible, specialised product / service anyway.


WxC isn't interested in dealing with businesses directly, so you'll be put onto the dealer channel, and you'll then end up talking to someone like us Smile

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  # 106345 23-Jan-2008 18:19
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Noodles: I can't seem to find any information on Xnet Business packages on www.xnet.co.nz. What sort of plans does Xnet offer for businesses? Can businesses go on the same plans as residential?

Since a couple of years back when Telecom abolished the distinction between Business and Residential Broadband, all other ISPs have followed suit.

Nowadays, there is no difference between Business and Residential Broadband plans so far as Small Businesses go.

If you are a medium- or large-sized business, there are other options as Nate says.

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