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# 139541 12-Feb-2014 12:36
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I've heard of MikiPro before because of their ex lease server sales but our boss has received a quote for business broadband (UFB) from a sales consultant from these guys that looks pretty reasonable...

Just wondering if any geekzoner's have used them or know about them?

eg: What upstream providers do they use? Do they peer at APE/WIX etc? Are they reliable as a company? What's their support like?



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  # 985033 12-Feb-2014 13:15
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What are you trying to achieve, over using a large established provider?



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  # 985042 12-Feb-2014 13:33
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mattwnz: What are you trying to achieve, over using a large established provider?


UFB is available so upgrading from VDSL > UFB and shopping around for good price/performance.

I know the price MikiPro are offering but I want to know what their network and support is like if anyone has tried them or has background knowledge.

There are of course many options: Vodafone, Telecom, Orcon, ICONZ, Maxnet, Voyager, DTS, Unleash etc





 
 
 
 


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  # 985050 12-Feb-2014 13:42
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I believe they are tied in with Voyager and are based out of the datacentre in that building next to the starbucks on queen street (for their network side)







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  # 985051 12-Feb-2014 13:43
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Zeon: I believe they are tied in with Voyager and are based out of the datacentre in that building next to the starbucks on queen street (for their network side)


Thanks Zeon, useful info.

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