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2degrees leading the way in mobile value

24th August 2012

2degrees leading the way in mobile value

2degrees has today announced the launch of its best ever $19 Combo pack promotion, which is set to provide kiwis with more mobile value and freedom than ever before.

From today until Jan 31st 2013, 2degrees prepay customers can get even larger amounts of minutes, texts or data, in their specially tailored $19 Combo packs.

The promotion includes:
Text Combo - $19 - 50mins talk, 5000 texts, 500MB data
Data Combo - $19 - 30mins talk, 300 texts, 600MB data
Chat Combo - $19 - 100mins talk, 300 texts, 50MB data

2degrees CEO Eric Hertz says: “Since our launch three years ago, we have been focused on providing New Zealanders with innovative products that suit their lifestyles and budget. We are excited to offer this special range of $19 Combo packs, which offer the best prepay value in the market.”

Mr Hertz says the company is focused on continuing to lead the market.

“New Zealanders love choice and have responded to us quickly with over a million kiwis joining our network in just three years. We will continue to innovate and, coupled with our award winning customer service, ensure kiwis get the best deals possible.”

At a national level, mobile competition is already making a difference. Research from the New Zealand Trade and Enterprise showed that increased mobile competition has already delivered more than $2.24 billion of value to the New Zealand economy and is set to provide a further $7 billion of value over the next 10 years.

Offer expires on the 31st January 2013

Background facts on 2degrees:
• $450m invested to date.
• New Zealand based 24x7 customer care
• 97% coverage, where Kiwis live and work
• Prepay and Pay Monthly services for the consumer and business market

About the 2degrees company:
Launched in August 2009, 2degrees Mobile has significantly lowered the cost of making mobile phone calls and texts for Kiwis. 2degrees now has 35 retail stores, 97% network coverage across the country and the team has grown to over 700, with a mix of over 40 different nationalities.

The company has committed over $450 million to building New Zealand’s third mobile phone network. Company shareholders include US-based mobile communications specialists, Trilogy International Partners, the Hautaki Trust, Communication Venture Partners and KLR Holdings. The combined shareholders bring a wealth of international experience and knowledge which is of huge benefit to New Zealand mobile users More information at: www.2degreesmobile.conz


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