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Topic # 150078 10-Jul-2014 15:46
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We are looking for a VOIP Consultant/VOIP Hardware supplier in Auckland for a business.

Can anyone recommend a company?

Basically 10 extensions, but have a few specific requirements which I don't think are particularly hard but need someone that knows what they are doing.

Ie Having multiple numbers which ring different groups and a way to present CID for the various numbers.

Would rather stay with one of the big providers ie 2talk or ? but need help setting it up and on going support.
(although happy to take advice in terms of providers also)

Feel free to PM me recommendations if commercial posts/self promotion is against guidelines.

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  Reply # 1086525 10-Jul-2014 16:43
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Yep we can help out with this - flick me an email at mike@thinking.co.nz with your full requirements and I'll be able to give you a quote.




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  Reply # 1086692 10-Jul-2014 19:58
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Happy to advise on some options too. Feel free to send me a message via the forum, or email coffeebaron at geekzonemail dot com
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  Reply # 1086694 10-Jul-2014 19:59
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