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Vodafone boosts business broadband data – for free

26 February, 2014

Vodafone boosts business broadband data – for free

Vodafone is boosting broadband data allowances across a range of its business plans.

From today, new and existing Office Net customers will enjoy loads more data – for free.

Office Net packages, including UFB, now come with 200GB of data – that’s up to twenty times more data for some Office Net customers.  Existing customers will be upgraded automatically.

Grant Hopkins, Vodafone’s Enterprise Director, confirms Kiwi business owners are data-hungry and want fast broadband at affordable prices.

“We’ve seen a huge increase in broadband data demand over the past four years as customers connect multiple devices to the internet and use cloud services, so it’s vital they have a fast connection and generous data allowance.
“Our business customers want peace of mind about data usage, and we’re listening to them.  From today, Vodafone Office Net customers will get at least four times as much data to enjoy, for the same price.”

For more information, see http://www.vodafone.co.nz/officenet

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