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Slingshot tops customer satisfaction in NZ!

Slingshot tops customer satisfaction in NZ!

Slingshot has been named the best performing Broadband Provider in New Zealand, according to a recent nationwide survey by consumer ratings organisation Canstar Blue.

Slingshot was awarded the “Most Satisfied Customers” for Broadband award after the recent survey of 1,095 households. They were not only the clear winner but also received an unprecedented 5 star ratings across all seven categories, including overall satisfaction, value for money and speed.

In the highly competitive local broadband market Slingshot beat off all other Telco’s across the country to grab the overall prize.

Slingshot GM Taryn Hamilton believes Slingshot’s drive towards delivering innovative products and services, at the same time as striving for exceptional customer service, made them a clear front runner for the award.

“Our aim is to not only give customers the best value Broadband services in New Zealand, but also provide them with additional features, products and customer service that really improves their online experience.”

Over the course of the last 12 months Slingshot has launched a range of products and services that have been widely applauded by consumers, as well as setting about to create one of the best customer service experiences in New Zealand. Its ongoing commitment to invest in local call centre staff has underpinned this.

On top of this, Innovative releases like Global Mode, Rollover Data and a recent association with MEGA have all added significant value for Slingshot customers and made Slingshot stand out as an industry leader.

More information on the awards can be found at http://www.canstarblue.co.nz/ communications/broadband/

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