A message from our CEO, Jason Paris
After over 100 days of relative normality, we find ourselves back in heightened alert levels for Covid-19 once more, dealing with the impacts it places on our businesses, our families and our communities.
However, this time New Zealand is armed with the knowledge that we did it before, therefore we can do it again.
Connectivity has never been more important. The previous lockdown saw the volume of traffic on our mobile and broadband networks surge by up to 70% at times as we used our digital tools to stay in touch with loved ones and workmates.
Our teams continue to work around the clock to ensure we keep Aotearoa connected. In Auckland, we have once again turned retail stores into Essential Connectivity Hubs, taking bookings for essential services, while throughout the rest of the country we are complying with Level 2 restrictions to keep our staff and customers safe. We also remain available through our customer care channels, particularly digitally. We continue to share topical news from Vodafone at news.vodafone.co.nz and have answered some questions you may have in the FAQs at the bottom of this page.
Kia kaha, we’ve got this New Zealand.
Nāku iti nei, nā.
Jason Paris, CEO
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