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Quicksilver Internet offers free ADSL installation

11th November 2004

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Quicksilver Internet offers free ADSL installation

To celebrate the launch of its new Quickfire ADSL service, Quicksilver Internet is offering consumers free broadband installation.

Signing up to Quicksilver's 'Lite' or 'Flatrate' plans before 24 December 2004 for a minimum of six months qualifies consumers for free installation, normally worth $99.

Quicksilver will also pay the 'churn fee' of up to $119 that Telecom charges for transferring an existing ADSL account from one provider to another.

Quickfire broadband provides high speed internet, for a low flat rate fee. Plans start at $29.95 per month and are available in 256k, 1M and 2M speed plans. Quicksilver is among the first ISPs to offer the UBS ADSL service.

Quicksilver's new 'Quickfire' ADSL plans can be viewed at www.quicksilver.co.nz/broadband

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Note to editors: Quicksilver (www.quicksilver.co.nz) is an Internet Service Provider offering fast, friendly and affordable telecommunication services to homes and businesses across New Zealand ranging from broadband & dialup internet to direct dial tolls & international calling cards.


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