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Bluesky storms into New Zealand

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Bluesky Pacific Group CEO, Aoe'e Adolfo Montenegro, and Director and Country Manager for Bluesky in New Zealand, Toleafoa Douglas Creevey.Bluesky celebrated a major breakthrough both in Samoa and New Zealand last night.

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The celebrations were to mark the company’s launch as Spark's second prepay Mobile Virtual Network Operator (M.V.N.O) in New Zealand, with competitive prepay mobile cellular plans to serve the Samoan community in New Zealand.

"This is an exciting time for Bluesky and it's about connecting our Pacific people,” said Bluesky Pacific Group C.E.O, Aoe'e Adolfo Montenegro.

“We are a growing Pacific operator, and we want to be the preferred network for Pacific people globally."

Bluesky has been looking for some time at how to best service the communication needs of Samoans in New Zealand.

Following on from extensive research with the New Zealand Samoan community, Bluesky has developed a range of plans tailored specifically for them that include competitive rates within NZ and to Samoa.

All plans are prepay, rather than contract, with customers having the option of topping up online on the Bluesky website for New Zealand (www.blueskynz.co.nz) and at convenience stores.

In line with Bluesky's deep commitment to serving local communities, it is also partnering with Samoan churches to support their fundraising initiatives.

Tole’afoa Douglas Creevey, Director and New Zealand Country Manager for Bluesky, commented that market research confirmed the majority of New Zealand-based Samoans already recognize and relate to the Bluesky brand.

And with most Samoans calling their friends and family back home at least once a month, they want a service that allows them to do this in a more affordable and convenient way.

As a Spark prepay M.V.N.O, Bluesky customers will enjoy the reliability and coverage of Spark's nationwide network.

Bluesky will have coverage in over 97per cent of places where Kiwis live and work and have access to Spark's super fast 4G network.

Lindsay Cowley, Spark’s General Manager Product Wholesale and International has welcomed the partnership, saying it highlights Spark New Zealand's commitment to the Pacific.

"Spark New Zealand's size and scale, our industry knowledge and our deep-rooted connections to the Pacific put us in the perfect place to help propel innovative new services like Bluesky forward,” she said.

“We have a tried and true M.V.N.O platform and they have a unique new approach to service the needs of a market segment - it's a great combination."

To join Bluesky in New Zealand, customers will need a Bluesky SIM card. They will have the option of a new "0204" Bluesky number or transferring over their existing local New Zealand number. Bluesky will also offer a range of affordable device options, however customers can use any unlocked mobile phone compatible with Spark's network.

Bluesky is a leading Pacific regional telecommunications operator providing mobile, broadband, TV and landline services in American Samoa, Samoa and the Cook Islands.

 

 

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