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Standardized and reduced prices across all broadband

December 18, 2013, Auckland

Voyager introduces standardized and reduced prices across all broadband products.

With Chorus likely to drop the price of wholesale broadband connections to all retail ISPs by approximately $10/mth in December 2014, Voyager has taken the opportunity to pre-empt the market and drop the price of their broadband services now.

In addition, Voyager is implementing a new standardised base fee of just $69 + gst across all naked ADSL, VDSL and UFB broadband services. With all Voyager’s entry level broadband products now the same price, Voyager’s focus is simply to deliver the fastest possible connection option to every customer.

Along with the base fee reduction and standardization, Voyager has also significantly increased data caps on most plans whilst keeping them at their original price.

Voyager CEO Seeby Woodhouse said, “The standardised base fee across our broadband offerings means that customers don’t have to weigh trade-offs between prices and service types when choosing an Internet package. Customers simply decide how much data they need, and we deliver the fastest service possible at that address for the same low price, whether residential or commercial”.

Below is a table outlining the changes to Voyager’s broadband plans:

Old and new Broadband Base Fees for different types of service.

ADSL
Old PricingNew Pricing
Naked$70/mth$69/mth
Clothed$45/mth$49/mth
VDSL
Old PricingNew Pricing
Naked$75/mth$69/mth
Clothed$50/mth$49/mth
UFB
Old PricingNew Pricing
30/10$70/mth$69/mth
100/50$95/mth$89/mth

Data Plans:

Old plans as at June 4, 2013New plans as at November 30, 2013
10GB/mth - Free30GB/mth – Free
50GB/mth - $25.00100GB/mth – $25.00
100GB/mth - $50.00300GB/mth - $50.00
1,000GB/mth - $1001,000GB/mth - $100

*The only exception to the price reductions in broadband services is that the price of our Clothed ADSL product will in fact increase by $4/mth due to the increased costs in this area. Less than 5% of our customers are on Clothed ADSL, so this will not affect the majority of our customers.

Ends.


About Voyager:

Voyager was founded by Seeby Woodhouse (founder and former owner of Orcon), and is likely the fastest growing telecommunications company in NZ. Only 2 years old, but with offices in Auckland and Christchurch, and a team of 30+, Voyager offers Broadband, Voice Services, Web-hosting, Cloud Services and Domain Names, and provides a completely vertically integrated suite of Internet services to businesses. Through acquisition, Voyager now hosts one quarter of all the web-sites in New Zealand (25,000), registers over 100,000 domain names, and is rapidly expanding its broadband, voice offerings and customer base.

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