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Topic # 24264 19-Jul-2008 13:45
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Currently looking into VFX but the hardware necessary is quite a lot of money and would take a while to reap the savings of voip..

Are there any online stores that people can suggest for the hardware? The WRP400 sounds pretty good, but is about $180.
I understand it's top quality stuff but would like to find the cheapest prices possible for Linksys stuff.

Cheers :)




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  Reply # 149454 19-Jul-2008 13:59
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http://www.pricespy.co.nz/search.php?q=WRP400+

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  Reply # 149509 19-Jul-2008 18:24
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Not everyone is on PriceSpy.  One example is http://computersandparts.co.nz/ which has cheaper prices than what is advertised on PriceSpy, and they have large stock.  Do a local Google for the part number and see what you find.




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  Reply # 149573 20-Jul-2008 03:49
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Niel: Not everyone is on PriceSpy.  One example is http://computersandparts.co.nz/ which has cheaper prices than what is advertised on PriceSpy, and they have large stock.  Do a local Google for the part number and see what you find.


Unfortunately your example is one of the worst IT companys in NZ(hostingdirect/ITD/computersandparts). They dont have any stock, they just list their suppliers stock. Their business practices are dodgy at best.

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  Reply # 149639 20-Jul-2008 15:21
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www.acquire.co.nz sell Xnet configured hardware or non-configured for a bit cheaper. They`re the ones I found that offered the PAP2 ATA for the least money.




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  Reply # 149663 20-Jul-2008 16:51
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attilathegorilla: www.acquire.co.nz sell Xnet configured hardware or non-configured for a bit cheaper. They`re the ones I found that offered the PAP2 ATA for the least money.


Cheers i'll check them out




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  Reply # 149667 20-Jul-2008 17:00
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I don`t think you`ll find them cheaper than the alternatives, just had a quick look at the item you`re looking for.




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  Reply # 149670 20-Jul-2008 17:05
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Yeah, you're right.
I saw a new WAG54GP2 yesterday on Ebay Australia for $127NZ before postage. Worked out around $170 or so. Would rather get something here though if there's a problem with the unit.




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  Reply # 149672 20-Jul-2008 17:10
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Yeah you won`t be able to save enough to make it worth the hassle and possible warranty issues.




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