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Momentus move to Vodafone

6 August 2002

Momentus move to Vodafone - now ph 021 226 9409

Momentus PR consultant David Lynch has moved from Telecom to Vodafone, following a review of the consultancy's telecommunication requirements.

David Lynch said, "Opting for Vodafone's network now provides us with a quality, totally digital voice service with an increasing range of data and mobile internet options."

The move has also resulted in Momentus upgrading to the latest in mobile phone technology with Sony Ericsson T68i.

"We are now well place to challenge traditional communication boundaries by having the ability to use leading edge technology in means that will enable us to access sophisticated office tools anywhere at any time.

Vodafone won our business by simply demonstrating the measurable difference their mobile technology can provide with enhancements that now allow us to be more responsive, efficient and effective in how we communicate, which ultimately leads to improved profitability," he said.

As to the cost of making the switch, David Lynch said, "The consultancy will now make significant savings on its monthly cellular costs, whilst enjoying the benefits of receiving even more choice of service than ever before."

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