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waikariboy

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#248344 21-Mar-2019 09:17
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So company i work for needs to replace our current VOIP setup. I have been talking to Vodafone but they are slow. We only want 4 VOIP phones at two sites with options to transfer calls to mobiles. Can anyone here recommend some VOIP providers within NZ or some options. Looking for something to be setup in Auckland and Wellington. 





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wratterus
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  #2202743 21-Mar-2019 09:36
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Where in NZ are you based?


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  #2202761 21-Mar-2019 10:02
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wratterus:

 

Where in NZ are you based?

 

 

 

 

sorry should of put this into my OP. Auckland/Hamilton/Napier/Whanagui/Wellington/Christchuch/Dunedin. But the location for the setup will be Auckland and Wellington.

 


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  #2202762 21-Mar-2019 10:06
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I've been using 2talk for years. It's pretty much DIY service (eg not managed) but if you're technically capable it's no problem. Can give you a referral code to use too. Can transfer calls to other extensions or numbers pretty easily. 

 

Are you wanting something you setup yourself or fully managed? 




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  #2202765 21-Mar-2019 10:17
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You could give Conversant a go (now owned by Voyager / Actrix). We found them to give a very high level of service and always able to help sort any problem. It is fully managed system, so easier to deploy (but more per month than 2Talk).

 

2Talk is a great price and works well. However, you get what you pay for, so sometimes (timely) support is lacking.


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  #2202776 21-Mar-2019 11:09
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Thanks everyone for input. Ill have a look at these recommendations.





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  #2202778 21-Mar-2019 11:19
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DaMuzzMan67:

 

You could give Conversant a go (now owned by Voyager / Actrix). We found them to give a very high level of service and always able to help sort any problem. It is fully managed system, so easier to deploy (but more per month than 2Talk).

 

2Talk is a great price and works well. However, you get what you pay for, so sometimes (timely) support is lacking.

 

 

Agree - Conversant are good to deal with.





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  #2202781 21-Mar-2019 11:34
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I've had good feedback from people I have referred to radicall.co.nz

 

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  #2202786 21-Mar-2019 11:45
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speed:

 

I've had good feedback from people I have referred to radicall.co.nz

 

User radicall (Josko) often frequents this forum. Try sending him a PM if he doesn't reply to the thread.

 

Thank you Speed I have private messaged the member, if any business is looking for a Customer focused VoIP provider with the good old fashioned "the customer is always right" attitude to customer service, please contact us.

 

 





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  #2202998 21-Mar-2019 19:31
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Also have a look at VoipHQ.co.nz


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  #2203004 21-Mar-2019 19:50
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Well if we are all throwing our hats in...

 

New Zealand Telephone and Cable

 

3CX is seriously cool. A drop in replacement for Skype for Business without all the annoying garbage. 

 

We will do a managed "cloud-based" (because we all love the cloud buzz word these days) 3CX system for you. Hosted in NZ, not out on Amazon or Google like many others. On-site techs, if required, anywhere in the North Island (contractors in the South, just to be straight up). Happy to connect with our SIP trunks, or provide your own 2talk or Spark GVC trunks (our only other supported options).


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