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Prepaid Broadband In Box Now Available From Woosh

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Prepaid Broadband In A Box Now Available From Woosh


Woosh Wireless today announced the launch this coming Monday, 13 November of Woosh Broadband in a Box, New Zealand’s first prepaid broadband service.

Not only is this service the first of its kind in New Zealand, Woosh Broadband in a Box combines an easy to understand and easy to use broadband service with the benefits of wired broadband speed, bringing the world to you in a box.

With Woosh prepaid broadband in a box, there is no contract, no ongoing costs and the initial purchase will provide six months of fast internet.

“We think that it’s the perfect Christmas present,” said Nick Clarke, Woosh Marketing Director. “You can just wrap it up and put it under the tree. Come Christmas day, your family will think you’re the bee’s knees when they unwrap six months of broadband internet.”

Woosh developed the unique prepaid Broadband in a box to cater for the growing number of consumers who find broadband complicated and increasingly difficult to comprehend and purchase.

With Woosh Broadband in a Box, the decision is simple. The ‘Individual’ box gives you broadband for one computer. The ‘Family’ box gives you broadband to share. As the box includes wired broadband, a Telecom phone line is required.

Broadband in a box is available by calling 0800 4 WOOSH or from Dick Smith Electronics from Monday 13 November.

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