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Woosh offers eight weeks free Broadband

For Immediate Release
August 24, 2004

Woosh offers eight weeks free Broadband

Woosh Wireless today launched a special offer giving eight weeks free broadband to new customers.

The offer is open until the end of the month and applies to subscribers signing up for Woosh’s high-speed broadband on the company’s Woosh Everyday Unlimited or Woosh Express 1 plans.

Woosh’s General Manager Sales and Marketing, Sandra Geange, says the offer is part of the company’s ongoing drive to get more people to experience the benefits of wireless broadband.

The latest offer comes on top of the company’ s 24-hour delivery promise for new customers, also launched this month. This means that customers paying by credit card will get their modem free if Woosh doesn’t deliver the connection kit to them in that time.

“Both of these offers are designed to get more people to experience what a straight forward and easy exercise it is to install Woosh,” says Sandra Geange.

“It’s self-installing so there is no need to book in and wait for a technician to arrive before they can start enjoying the benefits of broadband.

She says that the latest offer applies to customers in Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch and Southland who are in the company’s coverage area.


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