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2talk walks the walk with 'good honest' broadband

28 Aug 13

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.

Providing uniform, fast and consistent upload and download speeds for enterprise connections, 2talk broadband products offer a low cost and reliable delivery option for your 2talk Cloud PBX and Voice over IP Trunking Services.

While you won't get all you can eat unlimited super cheap plans from 2talk, what you will get is good honest internet that works.

In truth, the company won't mess around with your internet traffic or run it through traffic shapers or caches and they won't oversubscribe their network until your internet comes to a standstill.

2talk's quality of service guarantee ensures they always prioritise voice on their network at all times and we will provide you with a QoS management tool in our web portal 2talk live which will allow you to manage and control the bandwidth on your Broadband connection.

Near real time reporting of data usage, with the ability to upgrade your plan or add data blocks via 2talk live as required

Founded in 2006, 2talk create award winning services that compete with the best in the world through constant innovation and the development of smart intuitive features, with a strong presence in New Zealand, Australia, USA and the UK.

The company's 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 smart broadband connections the services provide a simple scalable voice and data solution that provides significant savings when compared to traditional phone services.

Since the company own and develop their platforms, the possess the ability to innovate and respond to market needs without having to rely on third parties.

For more information on how to become a 2talker click here

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