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Kogan Tries NZ Mobile Market

Online seller Kogan.com, which offers mobile services in Australia on the Vodafone network, has now stuck an agreement with Vodafone NZ to offer mobile services in Kiwiland.

No details of the services to be offered have yet been provided. Kogan said details would be released closer to the launch date, which has not been specified.

Kogan has been offering services in Australia on the Vodafone network since 2015 and has the reputation of being one of the cheapest options available.

According to comparison Web site finder.com, which lists Kogan as offering the cheapest plan available, “Kogan Mobile is very aggressive on price against other low-cost MVNO providers, and that often means it compares favourably at a base-price level.”

Finder.com adds: “It’s largely a no-frills provider, so you shouldn’t opt for their plans if you want additional features such as streaming subscriptions, lots of bundled international calls or the like.”

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