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Topic # 165776 20-Feb-2015 12:10
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Hi There!

Is there a list or could someone make a recommendation on the Business VOIP Providers (Standalone) that service NZ? 

I have ruled out 2talk (Support Issues) and Conversant (Reasons I can't outline here). 

Prefer something standalone that doesn't require same providers internet connection.

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  Reply # 1243000 20-Feb-2015 12:36
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Try Voyager, I am not sure if you have to use their internet or not.

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  Reply # 1243002 20-Feb-2015 12:37
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Does WXC do business VOIP/PABX?

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1243024 20-Feb-2015 13:17
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We can certainly have someone give you a call if you like, just drop me a PM with your details.

This is our cloud offering below, a lot of the leg work in set up has been taken care of by the Zero Touch provisioning model we have developed as part of this product:

https://www.wxc.co.nz/business/cloud-voice/

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  Reply # 1243088 20-Feb-2015 14:26
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Need to further qualify that customer already has their own phones (polycom) and aren't looking to change.

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  Reply # 1243094 20-Feb-2015 14:32
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Any reason you don't want to get access from the same provider?  If you want to be able to somewhat guarantee quality, it's the best option tbh.



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  Reply # 1243096 20-Feb-2015 14:33
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ubergeeknz: Any reason you don't want to get access from the same provider?  If you want to be able to somewhat guarantee quality, it's the best option tbh.


It's not a massive issue but they have a good provider now and their preference is not to change unless required. Kinda ties you to one provider tightly.

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  Reply # 1243143 20-Feb-2015 15:47
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I've heard good things about http://nownz.co.nz/. I think they used to focus just on telephony services but when I checked just now they're offering broadband too.



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  Reply # 1243156 20-Feb-2015 15:52
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mdf: I've heard good things about http://nownz.co.nz/. I think they used to focus just on telephony services but when I checked just now they're offering broadband too.


I might give them a call. What was the copyright infringement words they used in marketing?

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  Reply # 1243158 20-Feb-2015 15:55
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No idea. There are two words blacked out, one shorter than the other, so at a guess either "Telecom" and "Spark" or "Vodafone" and "Telstra".

Not sure what they were doing, but comparative advertising is usually legal.

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  Reply # 1243609 21-Feb-2015 12:30
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Vadacom might be quite a good choice? I think 'VadaXchange' is their product. 

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