News and Media for 2004
Internode CEO Simon Hackett plans to use broadband to invade the home with rich new services in 2005.
Internode has scored a four-play success by collecting the annual Best Broadband award from Australian Personal Computer (APC) magazine.
On the eve of the Melbourne Cup, Internode has completed a technology trifecta by collecting its third major broadband award in six weeks.
Adelaide-based broadband entrepreneur Simon Hackett has scored a national accolade by taking the top technology title in the Bulletin magazine
National broadband innovator Internode has thrown down the gauntlet to its rivals by launching excess-free, no-contract broadband deals for its Home broadband customers.
Internode has more than doubled its traffic with global partner NTT Australia as business demand for its Internet services has boomed.
Internode has stopped metering ABC content for customers nationally, building on the recently announced ABC link to peering exchange PIPE Networks.
Internode has dramatically dropped the bar for people wanting broadband Internet access with lower prices, no contracts and a limit on excess charges that a customer can incur.
Technology is playing a defining role in the Adelaide Fringe 2004, supported by its major sponsor Internode.