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Developing into one stop radio solutions provider

Radio Waves develops into one stop radio solutions provider

Major brands, top service, competitive prices

Radio equipment dealer Radio Waves has become a radio solutions provider, offering solutions from all the major suppliers. The company started business as a one brand radio dealer, but has reinvented itself for customers.

“Essentially we’ve moved from being manufacturer driven to being driven by the needs of our customers,” says David Wall, director, Radio Waves. “New Zealand businesses and organisations want to know they are getting the best possible solution for their needs, no matter which manufacturer produces it.”

Attaining this milestone means that instead of offering a customer the best solution from one manufacturer, Radio Waves will look across multiple leading manufacturers to find the very best solution from any of the major international radio brands available in New Zealand – with top service and at competitive prices.

Radio Waves is one of the largest radio equipment dealers in New Zealand, offering all major radio brands.


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