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Ztalk Offers Free Calling Anywhere In The World

First weekly special offers new Ztalk customers free calls this Saturday night

Ztalk today announced it is offering free international calls (except calls to cell phones and card calls) this Saturday night between 9pm and midnight.

The offer is the first in a series of weekly specials which the new toll call company, launched last week by CLEAR Communications, will offer its customers.

Ztalk spokesman Steve Jackson says the offer, valid only on Saturday, 21st October, is a reward for Ztalk's new customers.

However, people will have to sign up quickly if they want to take advantage of the offer. Customers must pre-register with Ztalk before making a call - either through Ztalk's web site, www.ztalk.co.nz (by midnight on Friday) or by calling 0508 4 ZTALK at any time.

About Ztalk

Ztalk's innovative pricing sees calls charged in 15-minute periods, 24 hours a day and seven days a week. For example, a call anywhere in New Zealand for up to 15 minutes costs just 99 cents. Calls to cell phones continue to be charged at per-minute rates - at a low 59 cents per minute to a cell phone anywhere in New Zealand. Ztalk customers can access free help and advice via email, but telephone customer service costs 99 cents per minute.

ENDS

For further information contact Rochelle Lockley Communications Manager - Commercial CLEAR Communications Ph: (09) 912 4104 Office Ph: (021) 763 784 Mobile


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