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Skinny ups it game with new endless data plans
The telecommunications provider says it is looking to make running out of data a thing of the past.
Survey reveals Kiwi telcos leaving consumers dissatisfied
"Vodafone needs to spend less on flashy advertising and more on sorting out its service."
Surprise surprise: NZ telcos need to up customer service game
The latest Consumer NZ survey on NZ telcos has revealed Kiwis aren't to happy when it comes to customer service.
Skinny ups its broadband play
Skinny has made its move into the unlimited broadband world, as the company looks to cash in on Kiwi’ love for uncapped data.
Skinny and 2Degrees NZ's top mobile service providers
"Skinny scored five stars across the board this year in the prepaid category, just as it did in 2015, and 2Degrees repeated its fine performance."
Skinny Mobile switches on 4G and finally releases app
4G connections are now available in 30 locations across New Zealand including Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch, Rotorua and Queenstown.
Telecom launches new internet TV business following financials
"Our investments in revamping our mass market brands, Telecom and Skinny, have delivered greater cut-through in key markets."
New Chief Skinny Officer - Paul Taylor
Paul Taylor has joined mobile operator Skinny as chief skinny officer.
Skinny Mobile boss departs
Head of youth-oriented Telecom sub-brand leaves ‘to pursue other opportunities’.
Frustrating wait to get Skinny
Wannabe users of Telecom's new youth sub-brand want their free SIM cards and they want them now.
‘Skinny’ to lock users in
2degrees demands action from Commerce Commission over Telecom mobile sub-brand's SIM-locking policy.