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Unlimited Internet Access For Under $20

Unlimited Internet Access For Under $20 With No Catches!!

Quicksilver Internet, New Zealands first ISP to have offered unlimited Internet access for only $24.95, have cut their prices to $19.95 with no catches!! There are no set-up fees, no long term contracts and you still get all the great benefits.

In the highly competitive ISP market Quicksilver is the first to break the $20 mark without the catches others have offered. There are no connection fees applicable and you don't have to sign a long-term contract or pay upfront for a year connection.

Quicksilver has been around since January 2000 and had been offering unlimited access for only $24.95 since then.

The Neon account, which includes 10MB free static web hosting, free helpdesk support and unlimited access with no maximum connect times has been reduced from $24.95 to $19.95 including GST.

Existing customers should see the reduction in the next bill from Quicksilver. New customers get to take advantage of Quicksilver's special, which offers the first month for only $10 and then go onto the $19.95 pricing for the Neon plan.

When asked if the lower price meant lower service for their customers, Quicksilver Managing Director Matthew Hobbs replied "Absolutely not. In fact it's quite the opposite. Being a smaller player in the market means we can't afford to make mistakes or provide bad service. Each and every customer is important to us and we strive to make his or her Quicksilver experience an enjoyable one. Perhaps some of the larger companies can afford to lose a few customers but Quicksilver aims at keeping them all."

Quicksilver other accounts, Argon and Krypton, which offer more email addresses and larger amounts of free web hosting which have also come down in price in line with the Neon account. Both residential and business customers are able to take advantage of these prices.

Quicksilver are also a Direct Dial Toll provider and are offering 10% discount off the toll accounts of all users who sign up to both Internet and tolls. "Loyalty in customers should be rewarded. We already have a lot of customers who use both our services and they will get a pleasant surprise on their next bill." Said Mr Hobbs.

You can check out Quicksilver at www.quicksilver.co.nz or phone on 0800 4 QUICKSILVER (0800 478425)

Trevor Isted Email tisted@quicksilver.co.nz Marketing and Sales Tel 64 9 916 0300 Quicksilver Internet and Tolls Fax 64 9 916 0301 PO Box 99856, Newmarket, Mobile 021 336595 Auckland 1031, New Zealand www.quicksilver.co.nz


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