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Topic # 87404 28-Jul-2011 10:27
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Vodafone Easy office is now out. Ideal for small business

http://www.vodafone.co.nz/business/landline/easy-office/ 

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  Reply # 498877 28-Jul-2011 11:43
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$149/month is really good value for what the offer is. Will switch the exsiting VF business lines and broadband to this next month.




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  Reply # 498885 28-Jul-2011 12:06
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Wow... that's a really cool offer. I was just wondering what "Calls to local and national landlines, and Vodafone mobiles included" means... does that mean these calls are free?




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  Reply # 498898 28-Jul-2011 12:30
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yes included in the $149

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  Reply # 498907 28-Jul-2011 12:53
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Is $149 incl GST or excl GST?




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  Reply # 498912 28-Jul-2011 13:02
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So Vodafone has now entered the VOIP game...

I have two questions: 

1. It looks like the device being used is the HG556a? Does that mean there is now new firmware that enables the voip service via the web gateway and not just by using telnet? 

2. Also, does this mean a consumer based VOIP service is imminent? 

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  Reply # 498913 28-Jul-2011 13:03
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billgates: Is $149 incl GST or excl GST?


Excl GST.

https://www.vodafone.co.nz/business/landline/easy-office/nuts-and-bolts/
 

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  Reply # 498914 28-Jul-2011 13:05
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thats a very good offer. do I have to be a registered business to get it?


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  Reply # 499154 28-Jul-2011 22:31
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jjnz1: It looks like the device being used is the HG556a? Does that mean there is now new firmware that enables the voip service via the web gateway and not just by using telnet? 


You do know the username / password advanced lets you play with the voip settings aye???




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  Reply # 499162 28-Jul-2011 22:58
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cisconz:
jjnz1: It looks like the device being used is the HG556a? Does that mean there is now new firmware that enables the voip service via the web gateway and not just by using telnet? 


You do know the username / password advanced lets you play with the voip settings aye???


Yep, but the enable service/line button will only work when enabled from the cli, not the web interface.

http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=40&topicid=73842&page_no=2
 

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  Reply # 499164 28-Jul-2011 23:02
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jjnz1:
cisconz:
jjnz1: It looks like the device being used is the HG556a? Does that mean there is now new firmware that enables the voip service via the web gateway and not just by using telnet? 


You do know the username / password advanced lets you play with the voip settings aye???


Yep, but the enable service/line button will only work when enabled from the cli, not the web interface.

http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=40&topicid=73842&page_no=2
 


Funny, mine worked




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  Reply # 499212 29-Jul-2011 06:21
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Is this running off Broadsoft?

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