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Telecom Adds More Value into Ultra Mobile Plans

Telecom Adds More Value into Ultra Mobile Plans

Telecom today announced some changes to its pay-monthly mobile plans for both business and consumers, which will see the telco offer even more value to its customers.

From today (Thursday 19 December) Telecom will offer unlimited minutes on its Ultra Mobile $79 (Open) and Ultra Mobile $99 (24 month term) Plans.

Telecom is also reducing the cost of adding additional employees to its Business Ultra Mobile+ ‘shared’ Plans from $39 to $29.

The Ultra Mobile + plans allow businesses to purchase a core plan, which includes unlimited calling to all New Zealand mobiles and landlines, unlimited texts, and a large data allowance ($119 a month for 3GB of data and $219 for 8GB). They can then choose to add additional employees (up to 3 for the $119 plan and 7* requires a 4G enabled device and for coverage see our website for $219). Each additional person can use the unlimited calling and texts while also having access to the data allowance.

These changes are the latest in a number of ‘value adds’ that Telecom has brought in over the past few months, with the company launching its new Ultra Mobile plan line up, and introducing free WiFi and free 4G upgrade for Telecom customers.

Telecom said it would be contacting customers on these plans over the next couple of days to notify them of the change.


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