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Slingshot’s Ultra-Fast Broadband prices to shake up industry

Slingshot’s Ultra-Fast Broadband prices to shake up industry

Slingshot launches its aggressively priced Ultra-Fast Broadband plans today in a move to drive the sort of uptake that the Ultra-Fast Broadband initiative needs and deserves.

At the end of September only 14, 000 of the over 320,000 users who were able to connect had done so, a very disappointing result says Slingshot General Manager Taryn Hamilton.

“The UFB initiative is extremely important for the NZ economy and Kiwi taxpayers are investing an enormous amount.” says Hamilton.

“Ultra-Fast Broadband is set to revolutionise the way people live their lives and companies do business, but it won’t deliver anything unless people get behind it. We want all households and businesses to grab the opportunity as soon as the network is available to Slingshot today launches Ultra-Fast Broadband plans starting from just $69 per month (including Homeline) - making it the cheapest residential Fibre plan in the country.

“We want to drive as much demand as possible by launching the best value residential Fibre plans in the country.”

Along with the $69 Ultra-Fibre plan (up to 30Mbps downloads) there are a range of other options including Unlimited for $99. The Ultra-Fibre Pro plans (up to 100Mbps downloads) range from $99 to $139.

There are also a stack of other great features included at no extra cost such as Rollover Data, Global Mode and a free MEGA account with 500GB of online storage.

Slingshot also launches its Ultra-VDSL plans today, a no fuss Broadband upgrade which gives customers that can’t yet access Fibre much faster speeds and greater capacity than standard broadband. Prices start from $84 for a 40GB bundle and also include an Unlimited plan for $109

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For more information on Slingshot’s Ultra-Fast Broadband Plans go to slingshot.co.nz

Slingshot is proudly 100% Kiwi owned and operated, and is the third largest ISP in New

Zealand.  Slingshot has deployed the largest Unbundled Local Loop network in New

Zealand, having built access to over 150 exchanges throughout New Zealand.  Slingshot is

focused on delivering a great Kiwi service and creating local jobs with all staff, including the

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