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No Surcharge Facebook Page launched

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A No Surcharge Facebook Page has now been launched.

With the great feedback LittleMonkey has had with regards to their No Surcharge website and app, they have decided to create a No Surcharge Facebook page. With increasing numbers of companies advertising through Facebook and with more people taking to social media sites to have their opinions on places they visit, LittleMonkey thought this would carry on well from the existing website and app.

The No Surcharge Facebook page allows customers and businesses to add updates and photos of restaurants, cafes and bars that are open over public holidays and will not charge a surcharge. The page also allows people to discuss their favourite places, provide recommendations and share ideas about holiday surcharges in general. Any new businesses mentioned that do not charge a surcharge will also be added to the No-Surcharge website directory.

Before this long Queens Birthday Weekend go onto Facebook, “like” the No Surcharge page and add any businesses that you know of that fit the criteria for the No-Surcharge App and Website and have them added so people know they can visit them and not get charged extra.

Download the No-Surcharge App directly to your mobile device/s which will make it easily accessible while you are out and about. The App provides a list of places to eat, drink and takeaway from that do not add extra costs to your purchase. The No-Surcharge app is available to download from Google Play and Apple App Store.

Additional information:

LittleMonkey Ltd is an IT development company based in Wellington, New Zealand. LittleMonkey has worked with clients from New Zealand and across the globe, creating a versatile range of products and services such as; Websites, Apps, Games, Backup systems, Conference app and even SMS marketing.

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