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Broadband + Tolls = Rewards with Quicksilver

26 April 2006

Broadband + Tolls = Rewards with Quicksilver Internet

Quicksilver Internet announces the launch of its new rewards plan that will allow users to earn free broadband.

>From Monday 1 May, customers can receive significant discount rewards on their broadband fees simply by also having their direct dial tolls with Quicksilver.

"The scheme could see some of our customers, particularly small business, receiving free broadband from using their tolls with Quicksilver," says Quicksilver CEO Mathew Hobbs.
The plan, which is unique among broadband ISPs, rewards customers based on their total monthly toll calls. By spending over $10 on direct dial toll calls, you receive 10% of the total toll call spend as a rebate against your broadband fee.

Quicksilver's direct dial tolls plan also allows users to receive additional discounts on up to three favourite countries.

Most businesses incur toll call costs during a standard month as a matter of course. With Quicksilver, companies not only receive great rates on national and international toll calls, but businesses that make significant toll call spends can easily earn free broadband each month.

Other broadband ISPs offer a nominal $10 reward for moving toll calls to their service, but with no reward for greater spends, and often with a minimum $10 tolls spend. With Quicksilver savings kick in each month at $10, and there is no minimum spend.

For more information on this offer visit http://www.quicksilver.co.nz/rebate/ or call 0800 QUICKSILVER.

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