The word itself is simply beautiful. Clean lines, bold letters. Hard consonants and long vowels. Short and to the point. Yet that simple little five letter word - innocuous in itself - inherently implies a challenge. One that we, The Voyagers, willingly accept.
We will update our network and always strive to be the fastest - without compromising integrity or local service. We will provide you affordable telephony solutions. We will provide you internet. We will host your website and store your data - safely. And we will provide a domain name that is only limited by availability and your imagination.
We will supply the tools for wholesalers and dealers to have an edge over their competition. Through self-provisioning portals, white labelling and the lowest volume rates available - you can build and run your own IT company.
We will continue to create new and interesting solutions to bring to your workspace. Software, phones - modems and applications - IT design and architecture. We will work for a better tomorrow - right now.
Call: 0800 4 SPEED to be a part of them.Get in touch
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@downsc it's a Zyxel ADSL / VDSL / UFB all-in-one, with gigabit LAN Ports, WIFI, 2 x VoIP ATA ports etc2015-07-01 02:28:20
Global Mode to shut down as a result of pressure from the big NZ media companies (Sky, TVNZ, Spark, Media works) http://t.co/oFHG92oMEh2015-06-24 04:20:46