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ZFREE reaches 250,000 target

Media statement

18 December 2000

ZFREE reaches 250,000 target
Registrations restricted to ensure quality services are maintained

ZFREE, New Zealand's second largest ISP, today announced it has reached 250,000 registered users, months ahead of projections.

ZFREE, launched only eight months ago, has temporarily suspended new registrations to ensure that ZFREE's high quality of service is maintained with the network capacity currently available.

ZFREE is focusing its resources on encouraging the existing customer base to use recently enhanced webmail services and new content on the web site www.zfree.co.nz. ZFREE expects to announce additional content partnerships - with suppliers of news, sports, technology, horoscopes and careers information - early in the New Year.

ZFREE has just been voted "best free ISP" by readers of PC World magazine.

ENDS

For further information contact: Rochelle Lockley, ZFREE, ph (09) 912 4104, (021) 763 784 Email: rlockley@zfree.co.nz


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