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Now you can get a FREE BestMate for life!

Now you can get a FREE BestMateTM for life!*

Vodafone has raised the bar in providing great value to consumers with the release of the new On Account Starter mobile plan, which is just $29.95 per month including a FREE BestMateTM for life.

The new Starter plan sits alongside our popular Mega, Talker, TXTer suite of plans and is available on a twelve month contract only.

Paul Toomey, Vodafone Acting GM of Products and Pricing, says that the new plan provides a fantastic alternative for people worried about managing their monthly mobile spend.

“People who usually top up more than once a month and lose track of what they are spending can now be in control, freeing up their budget for other essential items and treats,” he says.

“Not only that, they’ll never run out of credit at those inconvenient times again, and importantly, can keep their current mobile number.

“We are committed to providing customers with unbeatable value and as an added incentive we are offering new Vodafone customers subscribing to Starter a $29.95 credit for the first month, in addition to a free BestMateTM for the life of the plan.”

The Starter pack includes:

• 1 BestMateTM (free for the life of the plan) *
• 30 national anytime calling minutes every month
• 600 TXT's to any NZ mobile or 2000 TXT's to Vodafone mobiles within NZ every month
• 12 month contract only
• All customers can keep their existing mobile number

“While the cost of everyday living is rising, Vodafone is constantly searching for ways to offer customers a better deal across the mobile, fixed line and broadband markets,” Toomey says.


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