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Make Vodafone Red Share part of the family

Media Release
1 July 2014
Make Vodafone Red Share part of the family

Hand out data like it’s pocket money or give the gift of unlimited NZ and Australia talk and TXT to family. Vodafone today unveils Red Share, letting customers share the benefits of their Red mobile package with the people they love connecting to most.

New and existing customers on a Vodafone Red plan can add family members for only $29 per person per month. Just like them, they’ll get unlimited talk and TXTs to standard New Zealand and Australia numbers, as well as being able to share their data allowance.

And customers can also share their Red plan data with a tablet. For a limited time, customers can connect a Red Share Tablet plan for $0 a month.

Vodafone’s Consumer Director, Matt Williams, says Red Share offers great value for busy families who want to stay better connected with each other.

“With unlimited talk and TXT to NZ and Oz, Red Share lets families and friends use their mobiles the way they want without worrying about bills or unexpected costs. The plans offer the simplicity and value customers want – all on one bill.

“Kiwis increasingly use more than one device to go online, and Red Share Tablet lets them use their data allowance across multiple devices.”

All members of the sharing group can monitor their usage with the My Vodafone App which provides notifications and controls.

Working Mum and part-time student, Tiffaney Day, is adding 12-year old daughter Bella to her Red plan.

“Red Share will make it easier – and cheaper – for me to stay in touch with Bella. By sharing my data with her, and Red Share giving her unlimited calls and TXTs, I won’t have to worry about her running out of credit. It’s great value, and it’s all on one bill.”

Matt adds: “It’s super easy to be in control of your account with Red Share. There’s just one bill to manage and the My Vodafone app lets customers view their balance and check out how much data is left – for all connections sharing the account.”

Vodafone Red Share allows multiple sharers, including up to four Red Share plans and five Red Share tablets. To find out more, go to www.vodafone.co.nz/red-share

Red plans start at $69, and are required before a Red Share or Red Share Tablet plan can be purchased.

ENDS

Notes to editors:

Red ShareRed Share Tablet
Monthly fee$29$0 (normally $10)
Terms available1 month1 month
RebateN/AN/A
CallsUnlimited to standard NZ
& Australia numbers
N/A
TXTUnlimited to standard NZ
& Australia numbers
N/A
DataShared with Red package
Max connections
allowed per billing account
45
4G (with capable device and in coverage areas)
Flexi data
Can share data fromConsumer Red Essentials, Red,
Red Super, Black, Black Data

• Vodafone Red Share Tablet is available for $0 per tablet per month if you connect before 31 August 2014. After this date the price per tablet will be $10 per month for new Red Share Tablet connections.
• Vodafone Red Share enjoys the same data controls as other Vodafone plans with notifications around usage and ability to top up only if you are the account holder.
• Unlimited talk & TXT is for standard person to person calls/TXTs to standard NZ and Oz numbers. Vodafone On Account terms and conditions apply. The Red Plan account holder is liable for all Red Share charges payable in addition to all Red plan costs, and once a number is added it cannot be removed without the account holder’s consent. The number of Red Share Tablet plans cannot exceed the number of Mobile plans in a sharing relationship. For important terms and conditions see www.vodafone.co.nz/red-share


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