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#224265 10-Nov-2017 00:05
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Hi there everyone, who would be the best business broadband provider for the best price with voip.
Any ideas?

 

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  #1898576 10-Nov-2017 00:08
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How big is your business?

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  #1898577 10-Nov-2017 01:02
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When you mention price do you want it the cheapest and do you run the business?

 

Did you start this thread on the turps?

 

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  #1898580 10-Nov-2017 01:07
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You need to state your needs, the broadband technology you're looking for / have (ADSL, VDSL, UFB, Cable) and any other information such as how many users?

 

In any case I'd recommend Voyager.





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  #1898840 10-Nov-2017 11:59
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Personally we use and recommend DTS, they are a business only ISP and their support is fantastic. They aren't the cheapest per month but that is long forgotten when there is an issue and their excellent support is used.


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  #1898843 10-Nov-2017 12:03
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Depends on who you ask :P

 

Just noticed an ad on stuff advertising how awesome they were and then dug deeper. 

 

https://www.broadbandcompare.co.nz/n/broadband-compare-award-winners

 

 




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#1899833 13-Nov-2017 00:35
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We are a small town taxi company and we are looking for the best pricing, also we intend to use voip as this is the best way for us to use a cloud based booking system


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  #1899834 13-Nov-2017 00:43
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kiwibro111:

 

We are a small town taxi company and we are looking for the best pricing, also we intend to use voip as this is the best way for us to use a cloud based booking system

 

 

Best pricing? Do you mean the cheapest??

 

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