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Telecom Continues To Offer Nz’s Best Prepaid Pack


24th AUGUST, 2012

Telecom Continues To Offer Nz’s Best Prepaid Pack

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

The recently launched ‘Big Value Pack’ just got better with customers now enjoying 500MB of included data instead of 400MB, plus 60 minutes and 5000 texts for just $19 a month.

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

However, if customers keep this prepaid pack renewed on their account, they can enjoy this great pricing on an ongoing basis.

See for full terms and conditions.


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