In 2010, One Wholesale swooshed into existence following the government directive to move from copper to fibre. We were the prompt entrepreneurial response to a ground-breaking national opportunity. From the moment our company hit the telco market, we started scoring firsts.
One was the first business internet service provider to connect to Chorus for the new UFB network. We were first to provide the new Kordia multi-layer service. And we were the first to provide unlimited flat rate internet, setting the benchmark for New Zealand’s ISPs.
Now we’ve achieved another major first. One has become the first wholesale-only carrier services provider in New Zealand.
Our competitors continue to offer wholesale, business and residential carrier services, so why have we chosen to specialise only in wholesale?
The answer can be found in our ethics.
We don’t think it’s right to be a carrier company that competes for business and residential customers with its wholesale clients. To us, it would be a conflict of interest. Instead we’ve chosen to offer a magnificent wholesale-only service based on some good old fashioned values - honesty, reliability, transparency, flexibility and full support.
Our goal is to be the largest wholesale provider in New Zealand. To get there rapidly, we’re focused on being the best and most convenient wholesale provider in the country. That means allowing our customers to consume as much or as little as they like from our service menu. It means impeccable network reliability and full technical backup. And it means having a customer care portal and white-labelled tools that make it easy for customers to sell their services and look after themselves.
As your supplier, we will continuously support your success as a retail service provider by offering sales support, technical support and design/build support. And because we’re only wholesale, there’s no risk of us stealing your customers.
Once you’re working with One, if there’s ever anything new we can do to help you achieve your business goals, you only have to ask. In keeping with our commitment to continuous improvement, we’re always looking and listening for better ways to do things.