Average from 3 reviews
Today, WorldxChange is a market-leading 100% Kiwi-owned and operated telecommunications company providing high reliability IP-based voice services to Government and large commercial businesses across the country as well as servicing the mass consumer market with innovative converged voice & internet products.
Their customer portfolio includes such entities as IAG Insurance, Auckland Rescue Helicopter Trust, Transpower, Reserve Bank, EQC, Navman and the Greater Wellington Regional Council.
In 2013, WorldxChange consolidated the "WorldxChange" and "Xnet" brands under a single "WXC" brand in recognition of our growing Residential and Corporate/Government portfolio.
In June 2015 WorldxChange became a wholly-owned Vodafone subsidiary. Vodafone’s Chief Executive Officer, Russell Stanners, said, “This is a really exciting move for us. WorldxChange is a world-class kiwi company specialising in converged unified communications services and its deep experience and 15-year proven history of delivering high-quality innovative solutions is a great complement to our existing business."
WXC believe that technology advances made within their industry should translate into telecommunications services being more flexible, easier to manage and a lot less expensive for customers - regardless of their size.
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Average from 3 reviews
Allen Hogg18th January 2019
Could only get ADSL as in a rural area, but good speeds considering.
No problems streaming Netflix etc.
Good customer service, multiple phone line features.
Very easy to deal with
Alan8th July 2017
It was a great ISP with reliable service and speed until Vodafone took over.
Vodafone haven't made a complete mess of the service. Yet!
Poor quality help desk now.
Reliability issues with the adsl service in Botany Downs.
Robert19th November 2016
Has been reasonably good for 8 years or so with very quick response to callback box, but since Vodafone took over, no response at all. Used to be great =, now not so sure.
Good speed on copper here in Orewa.
Not the ISP's fault but the UFB cable stopped for now halfway up the street - from the wrong end. :-(