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The ‘4G Drop’ – 4G worth of cash and prizes up for grabs

The ‘4G Drop’ – 4G worth of cash and prizes up for grabs with 2degrees and ZM

To celebrate the launch of 2degrees’ 4G network in central Auckland, 2degrees and ZM will be dropping a massive 4G worth of cash and prizes each day for three days across multiple central Auckland locations where 2degrees now have 4G coverage.

There will also be drops in other areas of New Zealand where 4G will be coming soon.

Starting today, ‘The Drops’ will be made in secret and marked on a map hosted on ZM’s website, giving a 1km radius or ‘Drop Zone’ for listeners to begin their search.

More detailed clues will be released on air throughout the day and promoted by the ZM radio crew, on social media and ZM’s website. Once each drop is found another will be immediately released until the 4G of cash and prizes is all gone for that day.

‘The 4G Drop’ will run on the 7th, 9th and 11th of July.

2degrees began its journey into fourth generation mobile with 72 4G sites in central Auckland last week. 2degrees will launch its 4G network in Hamilton, Wellington and Christchurch by the end of the year.

The first person to find “the drop” gets it. Some conditions apply to claiming cash prizes.


For more information on our 4G network – go to http://www.2degreesmobile.co.nz/4G


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