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Woosh Offers a Double-Whammy

5 July 2004

Woosh Offers a Double-Whammy

Woosh Wireless is thanking its customers for their support with a promotion that allows them to gain one month's free access for every new subscriber they introduce to the company's high speed wireless broadband service.

The promotion is a double-whammy as the new customer also gets the benefit of the one month's free service.

Woosh's General Manager Sandra Geange says the offer is a big thank you to the company's existing customers as well as a means of attracting new customers to Woosh's high-speed wireless broadband service.

"Under our month free approach everyone is a winner, especially those customers who have more than one friend to sign up."

Starting today (July 5) the promotion will run until Sunday July 18. It means that a customer using the Woosh Everyday Unlimited plan will get a credit of $54.95 against their account when the new customer subscribes to that service. When the new subscriber signs for the Woosh Express plan they will get a credit of $39.95, for each friend they refer. The new customer will get a matching credit, depending on which plan they choose.

Full details and terms and conditions of the offer are available on the company's website www.woosh.com.

Woosh Wireless now has 70 per cent coverage of the Auckland market with its high-speed wireless internet service, which has also been launched in Wellington and Invercargill, with the Christchurch service to be launched late this month.

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