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2talk's telco in a cloud offers partners chance to launch own telco
2talk is offering resellers, carriers and integrators the chance to operate as their own telco – and make money from it.
Kiwi VoIP specialist Conversant hits ISP market
VoIP provider Conversant is has launched a broadband service for its customers.
Yealink “revitalises” VoIP market… heads to NZ
Yealink Network Technology is revitalising the VoIP space, with the world-leading hosted and SIP trunking provider breaking down the barriers of introducing innovative new solutions to market.
Resellers... Don’t fight VoIP, embrace it!
Many resellers of traditional, on-premise PABX hardware systems seem reluctant to add VoIP to their portfolio of services.
2talk: Benefits of VoIP contact centre
VoIP offers some benefits for contact centres, as outlined by 2talk's Julian Rivers-Smith...
Westcon NZ reinforces Unified Comms distie offering with AudioCodes
Westcon has announced that AudioCodes, a leading provider of VoIP (Voice over IP) technologies and Voice Network products, is partnering with the company to provide a strengthened UC offering in the New Zealand marketplace.
2Talk: Top VoIP sales tips...
Julian Rivers-Smith, 2Talk senior VoIP engineer, offers some tips to get that customer over the sales finish line.
SnapperNet secures first deal of 2014 - Panasonic NZ on board
"Panasonic is an ideal match for us because we have extensive experience with voice over IP and already work with an existing customer base of IT integrators."
Census data shows telcos losing out to data users
New Zealanders are following the global trend of abandoning landlines in favour of mobile phones and online communication, leaving telecommunication companies racing to find new revenue streams.
2talk walks the walk with 'good honest' broadband
Customers can now add 2talk broadband to voice plans by ordering through 2talk live, with broadband now available as ADSL, VDSL, UFB (Auckland only) or HSNS.
Cost overtaken by usability as driver for VOIP adoption, says Vadacom
Integration, flexibility and ease-of-use are key drivers in customers’ choice of internet telephony platform.
Local VoIP provider issues a challenge to business customers
Auckland based ISP Kiwilink is frustrated that a number of NZ businesses aren’t getting the price savings that VoIP can offer.
SNAP offering national VoIP solution for corporates
The south island based ISP is branching out from it's strictly ISP roots.
Seven tips for avoiding VoIP Toll Fraud
Business customers are increasingly utilising VoIP technology, and for good reason.
Quality, not cost now driving VoIP uptake
Focus shifting from price to possibilities – what it means for CIOs.
VoIP: four tips for CIOs
Still haven't upgraded to internet telephony? Here are some pointers to help you get underway.
VARs offered online certification in snom tech
Chance for resellers in ANZ and the Americas to get up to speed, at their own pace.
Ensuring your customers’ experience of Voice over Internet Protocol meets their expectations can reap benefits. Cameron Beattie, Conversant managing director, explains the building blocks to successfully building and deploying a VoIP solution.
VoIP-enable your customer’s workforce
VoIP, smartphones and better network connectivity allow cost-effective integrated voice communications for the mobile workforce and offer new revenue opportunities for resellers, says Cameron Beattie, Conversant founder and managing director.
Kiwi firm launches user friendly iPhone unified communications system
Phone system aims to combine ease of use with full contact centre features.
Vodafone offers VoIP package for SMBs
All-in-one deal will cut costs, network says.
Google expands VoIP
Talk & Voice functions still have a way to go, but the brewing battle with Skype will have traditional operators taking notice.
Toll free costs slashed for small biz
2Talk's new G0800 service is promising as much as 70% off business toll free costs.
Conversant releases free Outlook plug-in
Free Outlook integration tool lets users call contacts directly from Outlook 2003 and Outlook 2007.