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‘New’ 2degrees ready to rock the boat

Ben Moore
Thu, 02 Jun 2022

‘New’ 2degrees ready to rock the boat
2degrees chief executive Mark Callander spoke at a press briefing yesterday on how 2degrees will retain its challenger mindset. (Image: Supplied)
Ben Moore
Thu, 02 Jun 2022
The new Aussie-owned 2degrees, made up of the old 2degrees and Vocus, is promising to keep disrupting New Zealand's telco sector.Chief executive Mark Callander says growth will be its key focus for the near future.Speaking at a press briefing on Wednesday, Callander spoke strongly about keeping the challenger mindset, saying: “We will always be there on price and value – that’s what our brand is. We are a challenger brand, that’s what we stand for.”He said the plan for growth goes beyond price and looks to diff...

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