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12 months of free Chorus Hyperfibre broadband competition

By entering this competition, you acknowledge that you have read and accepted these terms and conditions. Chorus New Zealand Limited (Chorus, we, our) is the promoter of this competition.

Who can enter

To be eligible to enter the competition:

  • you must live in New Zealand;
  • you must be aged 14 years or over to enter. If the entrant is under the age of 18, in order to be eligible for the prize a parent/guardian/billpayer over the age of 18 will need to take out the fibre contract to accept the prize on the minor’s behalf.
  • To be eligible for this prize you must be connected or able to connect to the Chorus fibre network. Chorus is New Zealand’s largest broadband infrastructure company with coverage across 80% of New Zealand. If you are unsure, you can check by entering your address at

Employees and immediate family members of Chorus, its related companies and partners associated with the competition are not eligible to enter.

Key dates

The competition will run Friday 7 October 2022 until 11.59pm Friday 14 October 2022.

How to enter

You can enter by providing all the required information in the dedicated competition entry form. The dedicated entry form will be promoted to recipients through one of the following channels:

  1. At the NZEHL event (New Zealand Esports Hyperfibre League) taking place from Friday 7 October to Sunday 9 October 2022.
  2. Chorus webpage

Only one entry per person. Chorus is not responsible for entries not received and/or incomplete, illegible or fraudulent entries are not valid.


12 months of free Chorus Hyperfibre broadband

Once contacted, the winner must supply Chorus with the details of their current broadband provider and account number or must get connected within three months and then supply those details to Chorus.

Chorus will pay the total value of the fibre broadband prize (up to $2,220 including GST) directly into the winners broadband account, providing they meet the entry criteria:

  • If the winner is under the age of 18, in order to be eligible for the prize a parent/guardian/billpayer over the age of 18 will need to take out the fibre contract to accept the prize on the minor’s behalf.
  • In order to get a Hyperfibre connection, winner will need an account with a current Hyperfibre service provider.
  • If Hyperfibre is not available at the winner’s address, the prize will be paid at the total value of the Hyperfibre 4000 plan for 12 months ($2,220 based on $185 per month including GST) which can then be used to cover the cost of any other Chorus broadband e.g. fibre 300. Credit can only be used for Chorus broadband.
  • The winner’s address must be connected to Chorus fibre or, if not currently connected to Chorus fibre, must be connected to Chorus fibre within 3 months of winning the competition. Note: Chorus will credit the amount only once the winner’s address is connected to Chorus fibre or Chorus broadband as applicable.
  • Winner must be happy to participate in publicity with Chorus as described further below.


Chorus will notify the winner after the draw has taken place, on or before the 19 October 2022 by email and within 10 days the winner must confirm whether they meet all the eligibility criteria and wish to claim the prize. If you are unable or unwilling to accept the prize, Chorus may award it to another entrant.

If you accept a prize, you will be solely responsible for all applicable taxes related to accepting the prize.

Please note: Other than in circumstances where the winner is under 18 and an alternative account holder is required, prize is not transferable or redeemable for cash and cannot be used in combination with any other promotions, vouchers or discounts.

How winner(s) will be determined

A winner will be determined at random, drawn from all the entries on or before 19 October 2022.

  • The winner must have provided a valid email and address
  • The winner will be notified by email
  • Chorus’ decision in relation to the winner, whether they meet the eligibility criteria, or any other aspect of this competition, is final and no correspondence will be entered into.
  • Chorus and any other person or party associated with this competition is not responsible for any problems or technical malfunction of any platform, website services, data connection, communication or the internet, or any combination thereof.
  • Chorus is not responsible for any incorrect or inaccurate information caused by any of the equipment or programming associated with or utilized in this competition, or by any technical or human error that may occur in the course of the administration of this competition.
  • You must comply with the terms of any platform used to enter the competition.

Modification of terms and conditions

Chorus may modify these terms and conditions at any time without notice and reserves the right to cancel, suspend or change the competition for any reason but if we do so, we will post an update on the website.

Chorus' liability

To the extent permitted by law, Chorus and any other person or party associated with this competition, will not be liable to you for any direct, indirect or consequential loss or damage, as a result of, or arising from, your participation in the competition.


You agree to participate in publicity generated by Chorus (or Chorus’ marketing partners) and agree to the use of your name for promotional purposes without remuneration.

Personal information

You authorise Chorus to collect and store your personal information in line with Chorus’ privacy policy. Chorus will collect and use your details for the purposes of running this competition and will also use your details to send you newsletters and updates.

If the entrant is under the age of 18, they will be excluded from future marketing communications.

You can access or request correction of your personal information by contacting us at

For further details please see the Chorus’ Privacy Policy.

Governing law

This competition is governed by the laws of New Zealand.