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2degrees ‘Mobile Phone Service Provider of the Year’

2degrees ‘Mobile Phone Service Provider of the Year’ for fourth year running

2degrees has, again, been named as one of the country’s top brands for outstanding customer service at the annual Roy Morgan Customer Satisfaction Awards.

The company was last night named ‘Mobile Phone Service Provider of the Year’ for the fourth consecutive year by Roy Morgan, Australasia’s largest Independent Research company. The prestigious awards recognise Kiwi brands across 23 sectors for having outstanding levels of customer satisfaction, as rated by more than 10,000 New Zealand consumers.

2degrees Chief Customer Officer, Mark Cleary says the company is delighted to again be recognised amongst the top performing brands in the country.

“Our customers are at the very heart of everything we do and it’s a huge honour to be recognised, yet again, for the great service we have built our brand on. We have always focused on ensuring our customers get the best possible experience – from their interactions with our Care team, Retail Team and online channels through to our continued investment in our 3G and 4G networks. This award confirms, yet again, that our customers appreciate the extra level of care we provide and we will continue to build further on that.”

Mr Cleary says the award is one of several the company has received in the last year for its service. Consumer Magazine recently named 2degrees ‘New Zealand’s Best Mobile Provider’ for the third year in a row and the company was also named winner of Canstar Blue’s ‘Best Mobile Plans’ category.


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