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Topic # 150106 11-Jul-2014 13:19
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We're a small-medium consultancy business in the WellingtonCBD, about to move to new premises. We're intending to install VoIP to replace an ageing PSTN PBX and we have UFB being installed in the new location. Vodafone are providing us with a SIP trunk and lines, so we need a VoIP PBX (something like the Yeastar MyPBX SOHO, perhaps) plus the configuration services necessary to get it all up and running. The work needs to be done in the next couple of weeks.

Any recommendations or approaches from suitably qualified companies gratefully received.

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  Reply # 1087163 11-Jul-2014 14:08
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shummels23: Compass Communications contact on 09 9654227


I don't think Compass have a solution where you can use another providers SIP Trunks, I might be wrong.




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  Reply # 1087169 11-Jul-2014 14:15
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I do VOIP systems in Wellington, Give me a call and I can come and see you and go over what I can provide and give you a quote.

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