Telecom praises Kiwis with Spark Thanks initiative…

On the day Telecom officially changed its name to Spark New Zealand, the telco giant has also launched Spark Thanks in a bid to reward its customers across the country.

As a result, Managing Director Simon Moutter says the company will unveil a number of “exciting new initiatives” over the coming weeks and months for Kiwis across the country.

The first of these – which begins tomorrow – was simply about saying a big ‘thank you’ to its existing customers.

The Spark Thanks reward programme has been designed around what Spark customers have told the company they love: music, movies and technology.

According to Moutter the programme will offer customers discounts on movie tickets, and early access to and discounts on concert tickets, through strategic partnerships with premium brands Event Cinemas and Live Nation.

Moutter says more partnerships and associated customer benefits would be announced in the coming weeks.

In the build-up to the launch of Spark Thanks, an ‘ATM’ machine has been travelling around New Zealand dispensing ‘thank you’ gifts to Spark customers.

Check out the video below:

Follow Us
on Google+
Sponsored

Review: Sony Xperia Z2

NetGuide Smartphones are all about compromise these days. Fitting a hi-res screen, camera and huge battery into increasingly lighter handsets isn’t easy, and usually, something has to give.   Read More →

Review: LifeTrak C410 Fitness tracker

NetGuide The C410 is a fitness tracker first and a watch second. Because of this it not only tells the time, but also tracks almost everything a fitness nut would need to know.
Amongst the many stats tracked are Steps. Calories are measured too as are distances covered. There’s a sleep tracking function, plus heart rate monitoring.   Read More →

Android App Review: Writing Prompts

NetGuide Writing Prompts is one of those obviously-named apps that gives you exactly what the name suggests and nothing more. If you want some help getting started with your creative writing, then the Writing Prompts app might be able to help.   Read More →