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ZFREE And The Warehouse Team Up For Christmas

ZFREE and The Warehouse today launched a special web site promoting exclusive in-store deals for just a few hours each evening until mid-December.

The special joint promotion, ZNIGHTS at The Warehouse, will see items such as selected appliances, clothing and toys discounted by up to 50 per cent. The daily specials will be advertised online through and will only be available in-store between 6pm and 10pm each night - some specials apply between 6pm and 8pm and others 8pm to 10pm.

The promotion runs from Wednesday, December 6th to December 15th.

Meanwhile, ZFREE has launched 10 new content sections on its web site. ZFREE users can now browse events calendars, fun pages, games, kids' stuff, technology news, business information, news headlines, sports and weather. A shopping section is under development.

ZFREE is New Zealand's largest free Internet access provider, with more than 230,000 registered users. ZFREE has just been voted New Zealand's best free ISP in the 12th annual PC World Readers' Choice Awards.


For further information contact: Rochelle Lockley, ZFREE, ph (09) 912 4104, (021) 763 784 Email:

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