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Topic # 60178 21-Apr-2010 09:44
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Hi,

I'm looking for a VoIP solution provider that can install a VoIP solution in Tauranga.

We need six VoIP lines configured and installed along with VoIP phones and/or ATAs. There may be some cabling required or perhaps wireless will be easier.

Let me know if you can recommend someone or if you are able to help.

Happy to work with someone in Tauranga if you have the right skills even if this isn't your day job.

Cheers,
Jonathan
 

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  Reply # 321185 21-Apr-2010 09:56
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Let me know if you don't hear from anybody else. While I'm in Wellington there is a chance I'll be back up in the BOP within the next few weeks.

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  Reply # 321293 21-Apr-2010 13:11
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