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Topic # 119683 10-Jun-2013 13:53
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From experience, can anyone recommend a UFB supplier for our business, located in East Tamaki? AFter a 100/50 connection and we use around 200GB per month currently. We require a static IP and ports 25, 443, 987 and 1723 to work with it. We currently use a product that gives 24/2 on average.

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  Reply # 833604 10-Jun-2013 15:29
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Im with Voda.

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  Reply # 833619 10-Jun-2013 16:06
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I would recommend us but we can't offer a Static IP at this stage over UFB - maybe give Unleash a call and see what they're able to do, they're good guys.




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  Reply # 833677 10-Jun-2013 17:36
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I would recommend Unleash. I have a customer with 30 remote desktop users there who have been running Unleash VDSL2 for a couple of years without skipping a beat. They can give you routed subnets and IPv6 also so you can put your server(s) on real IPv4 addresses and not much around with NAT. Other ncie thing is you can build your data usage around where its going e.g. free local, price A for national, price B for international etc.





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  Reply # 834083 11-Jun-2013 12:00
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There are quite a few good business ISP's these days, get quotes from: Unleash, Voyager, DTS, ICONZ, Maxnet/Vocus imo


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