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Topic # 136251 20-Nov-2013 15:28
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Hey guys,
We currently use WxC for our NZ based lines and it works great. We are wanting to get an Australia local number (probably Melbourne or Sydney) and a 1800 number brought back to our PBX here in Auckland. Any advice? looking for a professional/reliable company like WxC. Price isn't a big factor as long as it isn't too ripoff. Any recommendations?





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  Reply # 937964 20-Nov-2013 15:40
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Hi, a little surprised WxC is not able to provide you with this service.

Our product offering includes these I would be happy to discuss this further with you.

www.radicall.co.nz

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  Reply # 937969 20-Nov-2013 15:47
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I'd recommend Faktortel. I've used them for years and know others who have as well and I've never had a single issue with them.

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 938050 20-Nov-2013 17:41
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I didn't think WxC could and rang to confirm this. Emailed Radicall, interested to find how their service works and Falkortel is the fall back position.





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  Reply # 938309 21-Nov-2013 08:03
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Are Radicall just a rebadged 2talk offering?

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