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AAPT is owned by Telecom Corporation of New Zealand Limited (Telecom) founded in 1987. AAPT has approximately 3 per cent share of Australia’s $37 billion telecommunications market. AAPT is one of only three Australian telecommunications providers to own and operate its own national voice and data network. AAPT's Australian operations bring together approximately 1500 people across Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth, Adelaide and Canberra.
AAPT operate their own national voice and data network and offer a range of local and long distance voice, mobile, data and internet solutions for residential, business, government and wholesale customers.
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Additional products and services
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How to buy
Residential call on: 135 005
Business call on: 1300 016 636 or direct dial +61 2 8264 3938
To become a wholesale client: call the AAPT Wholesale Service Centre:
1800 645 962 or direct dial +61 2 8314 0605
Call AAPT Australia on 135 005
during these hours:
Monday- Thursday: 8am-9pm AEST
Friday: 8am-8pm AEST
Saturday-Sunday: 9am-5pm AEST
Business Call: 1800 190 157
or direct dial +61 2 8264 3938
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