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  Reply # 1197958 15-Dec-2014 17:16
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Here's a previous thread about using customer link before porting the number off Spark to a voip provider to avoid the number port taking out your existing dsl connection
http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=39&topicid=153648

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  Reply # 1197960 15-Dec-2014 17:21
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lissie:

I think my main concern is that I've never heard of 2talk until last week - have they been around for long? Will they stay in business? 


2talk provide great features for low price and if you're tech savvy you can generally work it out and set it up so it's pretty rock solid.

They have been around for years they but they are actually more of a platform/wholesale provider. A lot of voip providers in nz actually resell 2talks platform providing support on top.

2talk themselves don't have the greatest reputation for support, I wouldn't recommend 2talk to someone not tech savvy.

If you want better support there are other options like WxC or Conversant.

https://www.wxc.co.nz/
http://www.conversant.co.nz/



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  Reply # 1197968 15-Dec-2014 17:35
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Ragnor:
lissie:

I think my main concern is that I've never heard of 2talk until last week - have they been around for long? Will they stay in business? 


2talk provide great features for low price and if you're tech savvy you can generally work it out and set it up so it's pretty rock solid.

They have been around for years they but they are actually more of a platform/wholesale provider. A lot of voip providers in nz actually resell 2talks platform providing support on top.

2talk themselves don't have the greatest reputation for support, I wouldn't recommend 2talk to someone not tech savvy.

If you want better support there are other options like WxC or Conversant.

https://www.wxc.co.nz/
http://www.conversant.co.nz/
 

Thanks Ragnor - this is very helpful - I don't have time to figure out telephony right at this point so  Ithink I will go with WXC  - particularly as they have a guranteed upgrade for when Fibre comes to the area (in about a month) 

Thanks! 




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