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Black+White

MVNO | Networks: M2 (MVNE Vodafone network) | Services: pre + postpaid | Targets: Unknown | Status: Active

The company offers five plans without a contract. The company also offers four data options and national and international discount call add-ons. In November 2010 the company was bought by M2 Telecommunications.


Orcon

unknown | Networks: Vodafone | Services: postpaid | Targets: Unknown | Status: Active

Orcon provides calling and Internet services to both residential and business customers around New Zealand. Orcon launched services on 19 July 2010. The company offers four plans without fixed-term contracts. The entry-level plan (Purple) does not charge a monthly fee but charges usage only.


Skinny Mobile

MVNO | Networks: Telecom New Zealand | Services: prepaid | Targets: Youth | Status: Active


TelstraClear

MVNO | Networks: Telecom New Zealand, Vodafone | Services: postpaid | Targets: Unknown | Status: Active

New Zealand communications provider TelstraClear has entered the mobile market again with a new plan. The mobile service is only available to TelstraClear customers on a 24-month term who have broadband, phone line and calling with the company. The plan, charged at NZD 20 per month, comes with a free Nokia 6275i and 500 SMS messages. Under the plan, national calls cost NZD 0.29 per minute and calls to "the big five" overseas destinations are charged at NZD 0.40 per minute. TelstraClear used to offer a mobile service as an MVNO through Vodafone's network but closed it down in June 2007. The new services are offered via Telecom's mobile network.


Zintel

unknown | Networks: Telecom New Zealand | Services: unknown | Targets: Unknown | Status: Active

Will softlaunch in July 2011 and plans to provide 3G services.




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