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Introducing Grandstream Networks… After establishing a foundation of providing effective communication solutions and reliable support with great technical expertise Radicall is looking to expand on the offering we provide especially in the Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) PBX Systems range. We have searched the marketplace and compared systems features, benefits and price points and we
Friday, 30 January 2015 / Published in News
Are you utilising VoIP yet? VoIP stands for voice over Internet protocol. It is in reality a protocol specifically designed for the optimised transfer of voice on the internet. It’s completely dependent upon the quality of the internet connection therefore anything that affects the internet connection will also affect the VoIP telephone service. It will
Wednesday, 07 January 2015 / Published in News
Radicall introduces the eMG80 to our Small Business PABX range
Auckland based reseller Radicall New Zealand has launched the iPECS eMG80, the latest product from Ericsson-LG. Radicall Director Josko Sestan says, ” The iPECS eMG80 is a comprehensive way to connect employees of small to medium sized business at the 3 to 50 user segment which is great for New Zealand businesses it provides access
Tuesday, 07 October 2014 / Published in News, News, Views & Coffee Breaks
Wednesday, 01 October 2014 / Published in News, News, Views & Coffee Breaks
One of the National Party’s election promises was to extend the government’s Ultrafast Broadband network. Originally the plan was to spend $1.5 billion to cover 75 percent of the population living in cities and towns. Now the government aims to spend another $150 million to $200 million reaching an extra 200,000 people for a total
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