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#62782 14-Jun-2010 19:28
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Subject line says it all, if a customer (business) goes for a full voda solution does Voda have a perfered PABX product.


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  #341676 14-Jun-2010 19:47
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More than likely so they can get good deals and full support etc. If you need confirmation give them a call or johnr will be able to answer when he gets on

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  #341677 14-Jun-2010 19:50
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cyril7: Subject line says it all, if a customer (business) goes for a full voda solution does Voda have a perfered PABX product.


They quote Trixbox via Logical Solutions in Hamilton. Expect they use wholesale ISDN services or low-end public sip trunks over ADSL2+ (so 3x sim calls max really)






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  #341725 14-Jun-2010 22:35
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I don't believe they do.... they simply have preferred solutions partners and it depends entirely upon what product those folk support. Afterall VF are really only resellers of the fixed line bandwidth.....


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  #343829 21-Jun-2010 16:59
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Hi, thanks for those that answered, oxnsox is correct, Voda are only providing the trunks and a 3rd party is providing an OS7100.

The reason for the original question is that the client insisted that Voda were providing the whole solution but infact was unaware that the 3rd party (telesmart) was involved.


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  #343835 21-Jun-2010 17:13
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Are you talking about for integrated talkzone?

Customers PBX has a link (2 meg primary rate depending on capacity required) into one of the Vodafone NZ switchs

The link is managed by Vodafone NZ as it comes into our swtch



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  #343838 21-Jun-2010 17:19
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Hi John, could be Telesmart did not elaborate although the client described a similar feature. All they did say is that it would have a mere 3 analog trunks (sic). However this is one of two other remote offices, so the central office in the city could have an E1 and these trunks may infact be tie lines to the above.


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