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Vodafone New Zealand offers free access to Sky Sport content

Friday 9 June 2017 | 15:14 CET | News
Vodafone New Zealand has launched a special Sky Sport package. New and existing customers who sign up to Vodafone Unlimited Broadband and home phone, and Sky Basic for 12 months will receive free access to Sky Sport for one year. The offer will run for a year from the date their new broadband plan is activated, providing customers with access to Sky's range of sporting coverage.

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Categories: Broadcast & Satellite
Companies: Vodafone New Zealand
Countries: New Zealand
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