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Xtra Scoops Another Top Award


Xtra Scoops Another Top Award

Xtra has won the Reader's Choice Best ISP award at last night's NetGuide Web Awards.

The award evaluated price, access, support and additional services from ISPs.

The NetGuide award follows Xtra's winning of the TUANZ and PC World Readers' Choice Awards best ISP awards.

The company also received the award for Best Web site/Portal at the PC World Readers' Choice Awards.

Xtra's Marketing Director Chris Thompson says the addition of the anti-virus email filter for every Xtra customer this year changed the landscape of ISP services for New Zealanders.

"This is a fantastic award for us because it is from our customers and we have worked to add value to our services so that they can have xtraordinary online experience."

The portal site XtraMSN was a finalist in the categories of Site of the Year, Best News Service and Best Sports and Recreation site.

About Xtra Part of the Telecom group, Xtra Limited is New Zealand’s leading provider of innovative Internet services that help people and businesses connect with each other and the world.

Xtra also delivers New Zealand’s most popular Web services to consumers and digital marketing solutions to advertisers through the XtraMSN Web site.

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