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Topic # 104912 22-Jun-2012 14:14
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Does anyone know of any retail stores in the Wellington area that stock IP Phones ?

I'm preferably after a Yealink model but anything right now would be good as it's really just going to be used for some testing.

Cheers.

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  Reply # 644772 22-Jun-2012 14:18
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Out of interest, why does it have to be a retail store? Why not look on pricespy, and order online.. http://pricespy.co.nz/search.php?query=Yealink+ip

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  Reply # 644774 22-Jun-2012 14:19
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RamyElbeltagi: Out of interest, why does it have to be a retail store? Why not look on pricespy, and order online.. http://pricespy.co.nz/search.php?query=Yealink+ip


for example; http://www.computerstore.co.nz/SIP-T20.aspx

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 644780 22-Jun-2012 14:34
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I need the phone this afternoon, so buying online isn't an option on this occasion.

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  Reply # 644792 22-Jun-2012 14:46
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None that I'm aware of.




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  Reply # 644793 22-Jun-2012 14:48
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I suspect you're right, done a bit of calling around and looks like I'll be SOL getting my hands on one today.

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  Reply # 645187 23-Jun-2012 17:58
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How many Yealinks are you after? not worried about the models? would be as is where is basis



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  Reply # 645188 23-Jun-2012 17:59
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Thanks for the offer, I only needed a single device at this stage to do some proof of concept testing with a new voip provider, between Ascent and snappernet they managed to get one couriered to me this morning :)

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  Reply # 645210 23-Jun-2012 19:23
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No Worries just out of interest what system are you setting up?

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  Reply # 645257 23-Jun-2012 21:35
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Guts, I could have lent you one if you were in Auckland.





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  Reply # 645267 23-Jun-2012 21:50
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Zeon: Guts, I could have lent you one if you were in Auckland.


Ditto

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  Reply # 655424 14-Jul-2012 11:46
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How did the testing run?

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