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Telecom Enables Prepaid Customers with Value Offer


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21st AUGUST, 2012


Telecom Enables Prepaid Customers with Value Offer

Telecom is enabling more New Zealanders to keep in touch with a new value prepaid offer for mobiles.

Aptly named the ‘Big Value Pack’, customers can enjoy a whopping 60 minutes, 5000 texts and 400MB – for just $19 a month.

The offer is stronger than any other prepaid pack currently in the market and available until 31st October 2012.

However, if customers keep their mobile topped up or refreshed on their account, they can enjoy this great pricing on an ongoing basis.
Telecom has also lowered the price of all its mobile SIM cards to an RRP of $5.
This removes the price hurdle that exists at present with Prepaid SIM's at $29.95 (with $10 credit).

The new SIMs will have $1 credit already loaded to help get customers started.
The launch of Telecom’s Big Value Pack is supported by a strong media campaign including TV, digital out of home, online and social media.

See telecom.co.nz for full terms and conditions.
www.telecom.co.nz
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