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# 15312 15-Aug-2007 13:11
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Hi all
I am exploring using VOIP for all my business telephone needs. I have heard that the internet in NZ is not really up to it and that there are to many down times to make this a fully viable option.
Can anyone shed some light on this for me particually any personal experinces.

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Lance

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  # 82495 15-Aug-2007 13:46
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Have a look through thr WorldxChance/VFX forum. I believe WxC have a business VoIP product you can use if you have a connection that terminates directly with them so that they can control the QoS to give you a guaranteed level of service. I assume you would sign a SLA with them to guarantee this.



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  # 82503 15-Aug-2007 14:44
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Thanks adamj
I will have a look

 
 
 
 


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  # 82506 15-Aug-2007 14:52
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These are good guys (3bit Solutions) to talk to about your requirements and the epigy products connect nicely into our DVX VOIP service

http://www.3bit.co.nz/ 




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  # 82553 15-Aug-2007 20:58
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Hi Lance

Nathan here from 3Bit, would be very keen on speaking to you about bringing VoIP to your business. Please contact me through www.3bit.co.nz or send me a private message here on the forum.

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  # 82697 17-Aug-2007 11:46
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We can be of some good news to you.............

We don't ask you to sign a contract with us or product to buy from us. We operate on prepaid basis and all our voip devices are unlocked.

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