Nothing is better than a great broadband plan that comes with free gifts. From free add-ons such as Netflix and Spotify to free devices such as Apple TV and Chromecast, we take a look at some of the best freebies that are available right now from New Zealand broadband providers. Some of these signup freebies are only available for a limited time so get in quick if you’re looking for a new broadband plan.
Spark offers some great benefits if you sign up for a 12 month broadband deal. The freebie benefits right now include having $300 account credit (and if you buy online then you will also get $50 credit), a 6-month Netflix subscription, $10 mobile credit each month with an eligible Spark plan, Free Lightbox Ad-free Subscription, and perks from the “Spark Thanks” program. Installation is free and you will also receive a free modem for signing up to one of their long-term broadband plans.
Orcon is also offering their own set of unique freebies. Currently, it has an offer for six months half price when you sign up to their latest 12-month plan. For their long-term contract signups (24 months) you will receive a free modem to rent, guaranteed speeds regardless of time, same day email support, and access to the My Orcon App. Orcon is currently offering a free Apple TV 32GB valued at $269. There are also no installation fees.
Vodafone offers a great range of freebies for signing up to one of their eligible broadband plans. You can receive $10 off per month on your Vodafone Pay Monthly plan, 4 or 3 months free broadband (depending on the contract length that you choose), a free Vodafone Ultrahub modem, virus protection software, free standard installation, and technical service support.
The free gifts from 2degrees aren’t as extensive but they do offer a $200 joining credit for new customers on a 12-month term. For existing 2degrees Pay Monthly mobile customers, they will receive $10 off their plan if they sign up for the Unlimited high-speed $85 a month plan.
Slingshot doesn’t offer many freebies like their broadband competitors. However, one benefit that isn’t available from other broadband providers is the ability to rollover your monthly broadband data. For people on limited broadband plans and who don’t require large amount of data, rollover can be a really beneficial add-on. Additionally, you can get a Chromecast on a 24 months contract.
The MyRepublic broadband plans come with a few freebies as well. For Fibre plans, they offer a free router, free installation and setup. If you are moving houses, they also offer a free house move installation. MyRepublic offers a unique package targeted at gamers. Their Gamer package currently gives you a $200 Promo Code for a Swiftpoint Z gaming mice. Gamer customers are also assigned a Static Public IPV4 IP address to provide players with the ability to host games seamlessly.
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