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#116019 11-Mar-2008 20:52
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The device ordered from Ascent arrived next day, Great work there.

While we wait for the WxC broadband and the VFX service to be activated I connected the PAP2T to a mobile broadband wireless router and configured a 2talk number so that they could a phone at home. It works really well over CDMA EVDO.




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  #116131 12-Mar-2008 14:37
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kfella2000 : I remember reading in one thread that 1 DSE store didnt even know what VFX was until someone showed them.


lol, you expected them to know what it was, hell the new plymouth branch, every time i have gone in there i have ended up giving them product knowlege sessions on somthing i want to buy lol DSE is hopless, unfortunaltly with the small market in NP there arnt to many stores so somtimes i just have no choice




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  #116202 12-Mar-2008 20:50
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I beleve that wXc should supply the goods needed for VOIP.Far less confusion or having to hunt around for the right product. My 2 cents.



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#116215 12-Mar-2008 21:43
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We have this PAP2T provisioned on VFX now and CustomerLink from their old number to this one. The porting was requested and should be done by Tuesday.

WxC Flood DSL plan is coming live tomorrow, but I am not on site until the day after. In the meantime they continue to have broadband from a wireless router connected to Telecom's CDMA EVDO.

By the way, the VFX PAP2T works really well over this connection - no delay or echo and all working great.




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  #116226 12-Mar-2008 22:10
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Regarding the availability and partners, today I was in DSE Sylvia Park where they have a display/demo stand for 2Talk with a PAP2T, but they do not have any indication whatsoever that they even sell VFX hardware.  No sign at all.  So why is DSE a retail partner?  I think someone at WxC should have a chat with someone at DSE...




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  #116236 12-Mar-2008 23:12
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DSE here in New Plymouth still selling the PAP2T preconfigured to VFX and going by their website they still have a few in stock.

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  #116245 13-Mar-2008 02:54
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The DSE new plymouth branch is very bad.Their customer service is quite bad too.I would order one online instead.I went in there and the people had bad customer service and it seems as though some of them haven't even shower.Oh it was suffocating.Thats like the worse dicksmith I have ever seen.It wasn't use to be like that.

I wanted to buy one thru the new plymouth branch a few months ago but they had none



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#116256 13-Mar-2008 07:31
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What does it have to do with PAP2T availability?




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#116279 13-Mar-2008 10:01
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It's simple - the smell made the PAP2T's run away Wink

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