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2talk launches VDSL offering

21 May 2013

2talk, one of NZ’s leading VoIP service providers, has set a new benchmark by reducing its VDSL rates in the wake of Chorus’ new pricing to RSPs announced last week.

With prices ranging from $60 + GST up to $130+ GST for a 600 GB plan when purchased with a 2talk monthly voice service. The new VDSL rates are available as of today.

"We've taken the bit between our teeth and decided to introduce our new rates now rather than waiting for the 7th June" says Jude Flood, 2talk’s General Manager. "We’ve even dropped the rates for our existing customers as a loyalty bonus."

"For businesses wanting an intermediary step to UFB, 2talk’s VDSL product combined with our market leading SIP Trunking and Cloud PBX solutions are a pretty attractive option for any business with IP-savvy management" Flood continued. "And our experienced team of resellers throughout New Zealand can help business that are unsure on how to proceed but want to explore the savings and productivity gains offered by moving to a VoIP solution with 2talk smart Broadband" she concluded.

2talk VDSL services can be purchased directly from the 2talk website or through their nationwide reseller network. All 2talk broadband solutions include circuit management and reporting along with a free QoS tool.

For more information click here.About 2talk2talk create award winning services that compete with the best in the world through constant innovation and the development of smart intuitive features.

Founded in 2006 they are an independent VoIP service provider with presence in New Zealand, Australia, USA and the UK. Their voice solutions for work and home enable users of any size or geographic location to quickly and easily deploy services without significant investment. When combined with 2talk smart broadband connections the services provide a simple scalable unified solution that provides significant savings when compared to traditional phone services.

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