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Topic # 193542 14-Mar-2016 17:42
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Just before Christmas I learnt about shunt.co.nz who allowed you to do pay as you go usage and competitive quoting of multiple courier services. This has been great shipping around network gear etc. Just this weekend they have shutdown (well at least to the public), and I'm wondering if anyone knows a replacement individuals who are not in trade could use?


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  Reply # 1513241 14-Mar-2016 19:40
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GoSweetSpot is great. It's not limited to "in trade" so far as I know, but I am picking that they expect a minimum spend.




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  Reply # 1513296 14-Mar-2016 20:54
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Thanks, I've emailed them asking if they will take me in. The other business I came across was http://www.courierit.co.nz/ who seemed happy to add me.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1513351 14-Mar-2016 22:47
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senditnow with Courier Post

 

online pay as you go with credit card

 

https://senditnow.courierpost.co.nz/quote/




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  Reply # 1513354 14-Mar-2016 23:03
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Yes, but not a very good rate compared to what was available via Shunt. Something that would have cost $36 with Fastpost Yellow would be about $90 as a send it now option with CourierPost :(

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