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Stuff Fibre announces acquisition of Pure Fibre customers

26 October 2017

Stuff Fibre announces acquisition of Pure Fibre customers

Internet service provider Stuff Fibre is pleased to announce that it has acquired the customers of Christchurch-based company Pure Fibre.

Pure Fibre's customers have been notified of the acquisition this week and supported by Stuff Fibre through the transition.

Pure Fibre's director Marc Featherstone welcomed the move.

"Pure Fibre was focused on delivering fibre technology to customers. We share a similar mission to Stuff Fibre and think customers will be well served by Stuff Fibre."

Stuff Fibre's managing director Sam Morse said he was pleased to welcome the new clients into the company.

"We are excited to bring the customers of Pure Fibre under the Stuff Fibre umbrella. We're looking forward to helping our new customers get the best fibre experience possible"

All Pure Fibre customers will enjoy a price improvement, with some also receiving a speed upgrade in the move to Stuff Fibre.

Launched in 2016, Stuff Fibre is a unique fibre broadband-only provider.

Stuff Fibre offers unlimited data and ultra-fast 100Mbps fibre speeds as standard. The company is committed to helping New Zealanders get the most out of all the possibilities that fibre offers.

Stuff Fibre is a company part owned by Fairfax Media, publisher of


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