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TelstraClear redefines business broadband

Monday April 3, 2006

TelstraClear redefines business broadband

TelstraClear is slashing business broadband prices and increasing traffic allowance for small and medium business customers with High Speed Internet plans.

The changes will see the price of some High Speed Internet plans drop significantly. Some plans will have a 20-fold increase in traffic allowance.

TelstraClear Head of Business Sunil Joshi says, by the end of this week, all TelstraClear small and medium business broadband customers will receive a letter outlining the changes to their plan.

"It's good news for customers because we are making it easy. They won't have to do anything because the changes will be applied automatically," he says.

"For some months we've been saying how important broadband was for our customers and our future. This shows we're serious and that we'll continue to provide superior broadband services," he says.

"Last week, TelstraClear introduced better plans for residential customers on its network. Today's announcement shows that TelstraClear is focused on giving business customers the fastest, best value broadband plans as quickly as we can."

Mr Joshi suggests those interested in seeing how fast they can go with TelstraClear check out the new rates via the TelstraClear web site www.telstraclear.co.nz

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