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99 Cents to Call NZ & Australia this Sunday

99 Cents to Call NZ & Australia this Sunday

This Sunday, Telecom consumer customers will be able to make as many calls as they like from their home phone to any landline in NZ and Australia and pay just 99c per call.

The calling special is open to all Telecom home phone and calling customers for the first time and applies to direct dial calls made from the customer’s home phone. Each call can be up to 2 hours long, with normal pricing after 2 hours.

GM Consumer Marketing, David Craig says weekend home line calling specials always get significant uptake, but the addition of Australia is expected to push popularity of this offer even further.

“With the 99 cents special including calling to Australia we are gearing up for a big surge in calls on Sunday.”

The 99 cent Sunday calling period is for calls started between midnight on Saturday 8 March and midnight Sunday 9 March.

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