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Topic # 104984 24-Jun-2012 15:38 Send private message

Anyone know any good SIP suppliers in Nz?, do not want to use an ATA if I can help it

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  Reply # 645447 24-Jun-2012 16:05 Send private message





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  Reply # 645449 24-Jun-2012 16:08 Send private message

Sorry Coffee Baron 2 talk is rubbish in a business environment, will look at Xnet but arnt they one the same? 

 

 



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  Reply # 645450 24-Jun-2012 16:10 Send private message

Nobody forces you to use an ATA, but most people choose to do so because they want to retain analogue phones rather than buying IP phones.

As for the choice of VoIP provider it comes down to what your requirements are.


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  Reply # 645464 24-Jun-2012 16:33 Send private message

johny99: Sorry Coffee Baron 2 talk is rubbish in a business environment

I would agree with that statement!

johny99:... will look at Xnet but arnt they one the same? 

But absolutely NOT with this one.  Xnet runs the VFX service:

http://www.xnet.co.nz/phone/vfx-features

Nothing at all to do with 2Talk, and FWIW, I have found VFX to be excellent during the past 6 years which I have used their service, in both business and residential environments.





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  Reply # 645466 24-Jun-2012 16:40 Send private message

johny99: Sorry Coffee Baron 2 talk is rubbish in a business environment, will look at Xnet but arnt they one the same? 


They have nothing to do with each other.

2talk is part of Slingshot/Callplus. VFX/DVX is WorldxChange.




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  Reply # 645497 24-Jun-2012 17:37 Send private message

cheers guys, what about hosted i.e. cloud based maybe any ideas sorry am really new to this stuff

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  Reply # 645499 24-Jun-2012 17:48 Send private message

johny99: Sorry Coffee Baron 2 talk is rubbish in a business environment, will look at Xnet but arnt they one the same? 


I disagree.  I run them in our cafe and have done for the last 18 months.  We've had the odd blip but been generally reliable.

I wouldn't recommend an ATA.  We ended up with a Panasonic DECT VoIP phone from 800voip.co.nz (great service from these guys)




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  Reply # 645511 24-Jun-2012 18:25 Send private message

johny99: cheers guys, what about hosted i.e. cloud based maybe any ideas sorry am really new to this stuff


It depends entirely what your requirements are. Do you want a VoIP provider like you asked for in the first post or are you after a fully hosted PBX solution? Recommending something is impossible without knowing what you want to achieve.


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  Reply # 645520 24-Jun-2012 18:53 Send private message

johny99: cheers guys, what about hosted i.e. cloud based maybe any ideas sorry am really new to this stuff


nakedplus offer a cloud based PBX system.



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  Reply # 645522 24-Jun-2012 18:55 Send private message

wanting to run 6 to 7 phones  4 SIP trunks with a full feature set of a traditional PABX but at a better cost than a ISDN PABX, apologies if this does not make sense 



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  Reply # 645524 24-Jun-2012 18:59 Send private message

Cheers Ramy, do you know what NakedPlus uses for the cloud phone system?

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  Reply # 645525 24-Jun-2012 19:09 Send private message

Maybe get in contact with them on support@nakedplus.co.nz or 0508 GET NAKED. The team can help you out with the system. They tailor solutions for business customers depending on their needs.



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  Reply # 645535 24-Jun-2012 19:31 Send private message

johny99: Sorry Coffee Baron 2 talk is rubbish in a business environment, will look at Xnet but arnt they one the same? 


They are equally poor in a personal environment.

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  Reply # 645540 24-Jun-2012 19:56 Send private message

RamyElbeltagi: Maybe get in contact with them on support@nakedplus.co.nz or 0508 GET NAKED. The team can help you out with the system. They tailor solutions for business customers depending on their needs. 


Do you work for this company?

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  Reply # 645541 24-Jun-2012 19:59 Send private message

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RamyElbeltagi: Maybe get in contact with them on support@nakedplus.co.nz or 0508 GET NAKED. The team can help you out with the system. They tailor solutions for business customers depending on their needs. 


Do you work for this company?


I have shares in the company, so yes, you will get biased answer from me :)

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