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# 242120 11-Oct-2018 18:10
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Aonet and Inspire operate in this area.

 

Are there any others I should be aware of?





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  # 2106437 11-Oct-2018 18:18
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https://ruralwireless.nz/

 

It's the old ThinAir network. Bought by Unleash, then Primo Wireless, then a local guy (about 5 years now I guess)

 

The latest local owner was keen on doing upgrades, not sure how far along they got.




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  # 2106440 11-Oct-2018 18:24
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chevrolux:

 

https://ruralwireless.nz/

 

It's the old ThinAir network. Bought by Unleash, then Primo Wireless, then a local guy (about 5 years now I guess)

 

The latest local owner was keen on doing upgrades, not sure how far along they got.

 

 

Thanks for that. I will contact them.

 

I am interested in hearing client feedback about any provider. Via PM is fine if confidence desired.

 

I'm looking for 1 or 2 companies I can call on for specific needs. So a good, keen attitude to sales as well as being technically competent is my criteria.





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  # 2106512 11-Oct-2018 21:08
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Wireless ISP by region - https://www.wispa.nz/ 


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  # 2106570 11-Oct-2018 23:59
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chevrolux:

 

https://ruralwireless.nz/

 

It's the old ThinAir network. Bought by Unleash, then Primo Wireless, then a local guy (about 5 years now I guess)

 

The latest local owner was keen on doing upgrades, not sure how far along they got.

 

 

I don't *think* Primo ever owned that, but I think it was run from New Plymouth (where Primo are based).  I could be wrong though.





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  # 2106662 12-Oct-2018 11:32
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Amosnz:

 

chevrolux:

 

https://ruralwireless.nz/

 

It's the old ThinAir network. Bought by Unleash, then Primo Wireless, then a local guy (about 5 years now I guess)

 

The latest local owner was keen on doing upgrades, not sure how far along they got.

 

 

I don't *think* Primo ever owned that, but I think it was run from New Plymouth (where Primo are based).  I could be wrong though.

 

 

The owner of Primo is on GZ so I'm sure he can answer that. @MrPrimo





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  # 2106664 12-Oct-2018 11:45
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Lias:

 

Amosnz:

 

chevrolux:

 

https://ruralwireless.nz/

 

It's the old ThinAir network. Bought by Unleash, then Primo Wireless, then a local guy (about 5 years now I guess)

 

The latest local owner was keen on doing upgrades, not sure how far along they got.

 

 

I don't *think* Primo ever owned that, but I think it was run from New Plymouth (where Primo are based).  I could be wrong though.

 

 

The owner of Primo is on GZ so I'm sure he can answer that. @MrPrimo

 

 

There are others around here that also work for primo too..





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  # 2106668 12-Oct-2018 11:56
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Lias:

 

The owner of Primo is on GZ so I'm sure he can answer that. @MrPrimo

 

 

He's out of the country atm.





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We didnt buy it and have never had anything to do with it :)





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  # 2106730 12-Oct-2018 12:37
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Oh my bad!!

I dealt with someone in New Plymouth... thought it was Primo...

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  # 2106739 12-Oct-2018 12:58
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Inspire are all you need :)

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  # 2106741 12-Oct-2018 13:02
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I highly rate both Primo and Inspire. They will both do a very good job for you.

 

 

 

 




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The ISP I will go with is the one who will give me the least risk to my business and reputation, keeping in mind I am on the side of the customer.

 

Whether any of the players understand this part is something I presently have a question mark attached.





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Have business experience (wireless, vm and colo, fibre, www and more over the years) with Inspire and they’ve been awesome to deal with.

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Sounddude:

 

I highly rate both Primo and Inspire. They will both do a very good job for you.

 

 

Agree, I know people at both.





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MadEngineer: Have business experience (wireless, vm and colo, fibre, www and more over the years) with Inspire and they’ve been awesome to deal with.

 

My former employer had some, err, very particular and slightly out-of-the-ordinary requirements, and once Inspire understood where we were coming from, which didn't take very long at all, they were indeed "awesome to deal with"

 

Two thumbs up!


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