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Christchurch quake shuts Exeed office

06 Sep 10

The Christchurch operation of Exceed has been shut down by this weekend’s earthquake.

In an update, the firm said, “Due to the recent Earthquake in the Canterbury region our exeed office will remain closed until further notice. If you deal with any of our team from the Christchurch office please forward any email enquiries to sales@exeed.co.nz or call 0800 2 exeed and one of our staff will be able to assist you.

“Our staff are safe and well, and our thoughts go out to those impacted by these events.”

Vodafone has said it's "no longer prioritising voice over data in ChCh - work from home if you can. Network running optimally."

If you’re in the Christchurch area and have been affected by the events of the weekend, let us know and we’ll update.

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