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New anytime, anywhere calling promotion

13 July 2006

Media release

NEW anytime, anywhere calling promotion for all Prepay Vodafone Customers

Vodafone Prepay customers can now call for up to 10 minutes to just about anyone in the world, at anytime, on any network (including all mobiles and landlines) and pay no more than $2!

This sensational offer extends to include 3G Real Time Video Calling, which is still only available on Vodafone.
The offer includes New Zealand and many popular destinations including the UK, USA, Australia, Canada, Ireland, India, China, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia, Philippines and Thailand.

The new offer – known as – Prepay TAKE10 - runs from the 13th July to the 31st August.
Larrie Moore, General Manager of Brand and Consumer Marketing says, “This new offer is a New Zealand first! And we anticipate that our customers will love the simplicity of this one rate, to any network, to just about anyone and the great value it provides.”
After 10 minutes, charging will recommence at normal national and international charging rates as per a customer’s original pricing plan.

Vodafone Prepay customers will receive this great deal automatically and those wanting to sign up should visit their nearest Vodafone store or check out the Vodafone website for more details.


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