Virgin has no plans to open up down under (New Zealand)

February 9, 2009 at 19:12 1 comment

The UK-based Virgin Mobile group has denied reports that it is looking to team up with New Zealand wireless licensee NZ Communications to help launch that country’s third cellular network. Virgin Mobile marketing manager Nikki Lambert told New Zealand newspaper The Dominion Post; ‘I can confirm that Virgin does not have any current plans regarding New Zealand and is not in any discussions with any operators out there.’ As a reseller Virgin Mobile has launched pre-paid mobile services in markets such as the UK, the US, India, Australia, Canada and South Africa.

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  • 1. Frances Merz  |  March 5, 2009 at 01:06

    It woulld be great to have a cheaper version of mobile fones in NewZealand. Im all for Virgin Mobiles to be launched in this country? Any reason why not?

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