News and Media for 2007
Internode today throws open the doors of its state-of-the-art office building at 150 Grenfell Street, as a major staff contingent moves into the new premises.
Internode has topped the list of national ADSL2+ providers in a satisfaction survey of nearly 4000 ISP customers conducted by Choice.
Internode has recommenced its broadband deployment in the Yorke and Coorong after concluding a funding agreement with the Coalition Government.
Internode has welcomed the announcement that Internode is an approved broadband provider under the $163 million ABG scheme.
Internode's NodePhone (VoIP) telephone service has signed up its 10,000th customer, less than six months after its second generation version, NodePhone2, went live.
Internode will put its video-capable national broadband network through its paces after commencing a Video on Demand partnership with Melbourne-based Bluebox Devices.
Internode has reduced the power consumption and increased the performance of its web servers, by introducing virtualisation at its two major data centres.
Internode has launched a download quota 'top up' program that provides customers with an alternative to excess charges or slower speeds via Shaping.
Internode today announces the first major restructure of its residential broadband plans in more than two years.
Businesses and residents in Port Lincoln and Whyalla now have access to Australia's fastest Internet access speeds via Internode Extreme ADSL2+.
Internode has written to its customers and applicants for broadband services in the Yorke Peninsula and Coorong with an update about negotiations to recommence broadband deployments in these regions.
Internode has launched NodePhone2, its second generation VoIP service that offers low-cost calls with the quality of a traditional telephone service.
Internode has commissioned a second data centre in Adelaide, providing full redundancy for the heart of its national broadband network and boosting its capacity by 400%.
Internode has become SA's first home-grown $100 million turnover Internet company, driven by record growth that has seen its broadband customer numbers exceed 100,000.
Internode has continued its national rollout of super-fast broadband by switching on ADSL2+ services at three telephone exchanges in Perth.
The premature and unexpected cancellation of the Federal Govt's Broadband Connect Program has forced Internode to suspend its regional broadband rollout.
People visiting the Adelaide Fringe can use the free Internode Wireless "hotspot" at the Garden of Unearthly Delights to check their email, look up show times and even buy tickets online.
Internode has launched enhanced ADSL broadband services that run as fast as 8 megabits per second for its Home and SOHO customers