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Local VoIP provider issues a challenge to business customers

29 May 2013

Kiwilink is frustrated that a number of NZ businesses aren’t getting the price savings that VoIP can offer.

The company regularly encounters customers that don’t understand VoIP and how it can massively slash the cost of business telephony.

Kiwilink’s pricing is as low as three cents per minute for nationwide calling, 15 cents per minute for calls to mobiles and four cents per minute to China, US, UK & Australia.

One key area of difference for this new VoIP telecommunications solution is that the PBX is hosted in the cloud. That way there is no need to purchase or maintain a PBX.

It’s incorporated into the monthly charges, often on a per line basis. Monthly line costs are as low as $10 + GST compared to the traditional analogue services.

These hosted PBX solutions include almost all of the key features offered by on premises equipment like voicemail, voicemail to emails, auto-attendant, call forwarding, call transfer, conferencing etc.

Plus depending upon your handset you can have multiple lines and many sophisticated contact centre style options.

Kiwilink is issuing a challenge for businesses of all sizes to contact them to slash their monthly phone bill and get enriched PBX services from the cloud.

If you take up this challenge, send us your phone bill and move your existing services to Kiwilink, by quoting this ad you will be entitled to three months free calling.

For more information visit or call 0800 894 198.

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