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Vodafone is bringing back $2 mobile calling

Great news – Vodafone is bringing back $2 mobile calling to any landline in 15 countries as listed below.

Vodafone brings back $2 for 60 minutes to 15 countries

Vodafone has brought back the popular $2 for 60 minute international calling deal.

Customers in New Zealand can phone landlines in any one of the 15 most common calling destinations, talk for 60 minutes and pay no more than $2 for the call on their Vodafone mobiles.

Countries included in the $2 for 60 minutes offer are:


Australia                                              China                                    South Korea

UK                                                          Hong Kong                         Thailand

USA                                                       Taiwan                                  Philipines

Canada                                                 Singapore                           Malaysia

Ireland                                                 Japan                                    India


“This deal was extremely successful last year, and as we head into the Christmas season we’ve decided to bring it back so that customers can keep in touch with family and friends living overseas more easily,” says Paul Toomey, Vodafone Acting General Manager Product & Pricing.

“Whether you’re in the backyard, out shopping or sitting in a café, the $2 for 60 minute deal means you can call loved ones whenever you wish and feel like they’re right there with you.”

This offer automatically applies to calls made from any Vodafone mobile in New Zealand on a  Prepay, You Choose, Motormouth, or Get Plan (excluding Corporate and Government plans), and is valid until 31March 2009.




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