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Vodafone’s ultimate voice and business broadband package

Media Release

30 May 2014

Vodafone’s ultimate voice and business broadband package – now fully inclusive

In a New Zealand first, Vodafone is offering Kiwi businesses unlimited nationwide landline calling and broadband, in one easy package.

Vodafone has loaded even greater value into its business product range, announcing that Office Net Unlimited is now available with Unlimited Broadband and standard New Zealand landline calling from just $139 per month. The Office Net suite of products for small and medium businesses starts from just $99 and includes bundled pricing for internet, local, national and mobile calling.

Vodafone’s Enterprise Director, Grant Hopkins, says Vodafone is seeing an unprecedented demand for broadband data combined with more cost certainty.

“The importance of an efficient, unlimited broadband connection with worry-free usage cannot be underestimated. Our customers don’t want to be restricted by the amount of data or calling they need, or face any unexpected costs.

“Office Net packages on the Vodafone SuperNet™ allow multiple users and devices to operate simultaneously.”

Hopkins adds. “Reliable broadband saves time and money, and allows our customers to do business better.”

Existing Office Net customers can switch to Office Net Unlimited for an additional $40 per month.

A traffic management policy may apply to peer-to-peer use if required to manage congestion.

ENDS

Notes to editors:

Office Net Unlimited is Vodafone’s first fixed business proposition offering customers both unlimited nationwide landline calling and unlimited data


Office Net Bundled Pricing
Office NetOffice Net Unlimited
Single line$99$139
Internet usage200 GBUnlimited
Local and national calling500 anywhere minutes

(plus Group Calling)

All inclusive to standard NZ landlines and mobiles
Mobile Calling
Group calling
International callingPer minute rates
Additional line$40$60

Eligibility: Available for business customers with less than 20 calling lines per site. Not available for use in contact centres, auto-dialling, continuous call forwarding, telemarketing, multiple simultaneous call or similar non-standard usage.

Terms: Must not be resold or supplied to a third party or used in a way which interferes with networks, equipment or services. Unlimited calling is standard NZ calls from your landline. Excludes special and premium numbers. Standard business terms and conditions and early termination fees apply. Ask us for full terms.


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