AUCKLAND, Today: Vodafone New Zealand has announced it will be changing its name to One New Zealand in early 2023, following the change of ownership from Vodafone Group to new owners Infratil and Brookfield in 2019.
Vodafone NZ ceo Jason Paris said: “This move means we will have even more money to invest into our networks, onshore service, and technology solutions for our customers in New Zealand.
“We think One New Zealand better reflects our deep connections and legacy in New Zealand, as well as our future ambitions.
“Three years ago, we moved from global to local. Now, it is time to take the next step.”
“We are keeping our strong partner market relationship with Vodafone, so our customers will continue to benefit from that via access to global roaming, Internet of Things platform, security and network technology solutions for the business and consumer market.
“This is much more than just a name change; it is the icing on the cake.
“Three years ago, we moved from global to local to focus 100% on New Zealand, and since then we have been laying the foundations to serve Aotearoa long into the future. Now, it is time to take the next step.
“To become One New Zealand. One team of over 3000 employees, with one focus on one country and on one goal, to unlock the magic of technology to create an awesome Aotearoa.”
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