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Vodafone and SKY team up to deliver MYSKYHDi

Media Release
17 November, 2009

Why Wouldn’t You?
Vodafone and SKY team up to deliver MYSKYHDi

SKY and Vodafone are delighted to announce that SKY customers who have their landline and broadband with Vodafone will now receive MYSKYHDi at no cost.

By simply taking Vodafone’s Ideal or Ultimate home phone and broadband pack and ensuring SKY is billed by Vodafone, customers will now receive MYSKYHDi at no cost. All customers, whether they are new to SKY and Vodafone or already subscribe to these services, will be eligible to receive MYSKYHDi for no additional monthly charge and utilise all the features of this world class PVR.

MYSKYHDi features include the electronic programming guide, live pause, rewind, record live TV and Series Link (recording every episode in a series at the touch of a button) plus many more features that enhance the SKY viewing experience of more than 110 channels.

Vodafone New Zealand CEO Russell Stanners says this deal further strengthens the SKY and Vodafone relationship.

“Customers are already enjoying the benefits of SKY on their mobiles with SKY Mobile TV and now we’re extending the relationship into the lounge with this bundled offer.”

SKY Television CEO John Fellet says SKY welcomes the move by Vodafone to make such a compelling offer.

“This is a natural progression in our relationship with Vodafone for them to bill and bundle SKY services. Knowing the many benefits of MYSKYHDi and the added convenience of one bill for three services, we think this offer will see a huge take up.”

The offer will be available from 7 December, 2009 and those who take it up are entitled to the MYSKYHDi discount for as long as they have their Sky services and either the Ideal or Ultimate home phone and broadband pack with Vodafone. A special discounted installation rate of $49 will apply.

New or existing customers can find more information about the offer at

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