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Topic # 146742 27-May-2014 23:41
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So I've just leased an office in the CBD (a small one), and wondering who is best to go with, Contact?




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  Reply # 1054688 28-May-2014 00:02
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Hi there,
I would recommend talking to these guys (here), they have a fair bit of weight/influence with many of the companies and will get you sorted. No i don't work for them, have just had dealings with them and it was a good experience. 
I haven't exactly answered your question (sorry) but hopefully it'll be some help.

cant post links sorry. but the address is 

www (dot) emp (dot) net (dot) nz



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  Reply # 1071170 20-Jun-2014 17:06
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How do folks feel about Mercury vs Contact Power? I think they're my top two choices. 




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  Reply # 1073601 24-Jun-2014 17:46
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Sooo... I ended up going with Contact, and so far so good, the power is still on! :-P :-P




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