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Woosh makes it easy to roam

Media release: 1 December 2007

Woosh makes it easy to roam

Telecommunications innovator Woosh has now made it even easier to wander by making the cost of roaming free with their Woosh Wireless broadband internet service nationwide.

This customer friendly initiative means that if you have Woosh Wireless broadband, you can access the power of broadband internet for your lifestyle needs anywhere within the coverage areas.

Previously, those wireless broadband customers wishing to roam more than 50Km outside their base address with Woosh Wireless broadband have had to choose between a flat monthly roaming charge of $20, or paying a casual roaming rate.

Woosh Marketing Manager Nick Clarke said, “At Woosh, we recognised that our customers love to roam, and decided to make things as simple as possible. Roaming on Woosh wireless broadband in New Zealand will now be free. How simple is that?”

So go ahead, roam if you want to.

Note: Woosh wireless broadband customers will enjoy a decrease in charges from December 1st, however a roaming surcharge will still apply to Woosh phone customers who make calls from outside their home region.


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