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Vodafone offers VoIP package for SMBs

31 Aug 2011

Vodafone has launched an all-in-one VoIP package for SMBs called Easy Office.

The package incorporates two calling lines, one dedicated service line suitable for EFTPOS, a fax or a monitored alarm, and 15GB of broadband.

Vodafone general manager of business marketing, Becky Lloyd, says the VoIP service is reliable and cost-effective.

"Through Easy Office,” Lloyd says, "small businesses can access the latest technology to make big savings on their monthly communications bill, without having to pay for expensive equipment or a complicated set up.”

The package costs $149 with calls to NZ landlines and Vodafone mobiles included, with an additional $25 to add calls to mobiles on other networks.

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