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Vodafone customers get SKY free for six months

Vodafone customers get SKY free for six months

Vodafone is launching a free, exclusive SKY offer for customers on Unlimited broadband and home phone plans – making it even more affordable for Kiwis to tune into high quality entertainment.

From today, new and existing Vodafone customers who sign up to a 24 month Unlimited broadband and home phone plan can get SKY Basic free for six months when they sign up to SKY on a 12 month term.

Matt Williams, Vodafone Consumer Director, says Vodafone is making great entertainment and unlimited broadband accessible for more Kiwis.

“We are the only broadband provider offering SKY, a service which already entertains around two million Kiwis. Now there’s even more reason for lovers of great entertainment to get SKY, with our exclusive offer.

“Kiwis can now enjoy New Zealand’s most popular content and unlimited broadband –standard, VDSL, or Ultra Fast – while combining more essential home services onto one easy-to-manage bill – something we know our customers prefer.”

SKY Director of Marketing, Mike Watson, says Vodafone’s latest offer is about delivering consumers fantastic entertainment value.
“If you are getting SKY for the first time or a returning customer, it doesn’t come any better than this. SKY and Vodafone have come together to bring Kiwis this fantastic package just in time for some great upcoming SKY content.”
With SKY GO subscribers can also enjoy 10 live streamed channels and watch catch-up telly from more than 35 channels on the go. Subscribers can also rent blockbuster movies and TV series with the push of a button.

Vodafone renewed its partnership with SKY in August 2013.

For more information, please visit: www.vodafone.co.nz/freesky

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