Become a partner.

Your key role as a partner will be to identify eligible families and provide support to set them up for Skinny Jump.

 

We partner with the Digital Inclusion Alliance Aotearoa (DIAA) to deliver Skinny Jump as part of their national Stepping UP digital literacy programme.

DIAA deliver Skinny Jump through trusted local community organisations such as public libraries, budget advisory services, digital training providers, housing trusts and other community groups. These organisations provide advice as well as practical help to people in their communities.

If you're interested in providing people with Skinny Jump by becoming a local community partner through the DIAA network, register your interest with them.

Got questions about Skinny Jump?

Skinny Jump broadband costs $5 for 35GB of data, with a maximum of 6 plan renewals per month. You'll get a modem at no cost, but you'll need to return it if you stop using Skinny Jump.

There are no standard rates or overages for Skinny Jump.

At Skinny, we believe every New Zealander deserves equal opportunities to learn and thrive in our digital world.

Skinny Jump doesn’t offer landlines. If you also need a landline connection, we recommend that you look at what other providers have to offer.

If you've been told that Skinny Jump is not available at your address, we understand that this must be frustrating. We are always working on extending coverage for Skinny Jump. Please keep an eye on the address checker.

The reason it is not available is either:

  • You are outside our cell tower coverage, or
  • Your house is in a sector which has reached the maximum number of modems that can connect to your cell tower.