News and Media for 2008
From today, Internode ADSL2+ broadband services are now available across the entire Telstra DSLAM footprint, Australia-wide.
Internode today launches unmetered access to the ABC iView service for its Broadband ADSL and Wireless DSL customers throughout Australia.
After a seven-month suspension, Internode has re-launched its high-speed Home ADSL2+ services in Tasmania, in advance of competitive backhaul prices to the mainland.
Internode has launched a month-long national competition to encourage development of Australian-flavoured software that runs on chumby, the breakthrough Internet device it is selling in Australia.
Internode is sponsoring a major telecommunications conference next week that features Australian and international leaders in broadband delivery, technology and research.
National broadband leader Internode has topped a national ISP customer satisfaction survey by researcher Roy Morgan.
Revised agreement gives access to ADSL2+ and phone line rental services
National broadband company Internode has expanded its staff numbers in Sydney by four after moving to larger premises near Wynyard Station.
In a milestone move, Internode has launched Internode Ultra, its first service to offer customers access to broadband, VoIP and a phone service on a single plan.
Internode is the first company to offer chumby
Internode has announced it will waive setup fees for customers who sign up for a 24-month Internode ADSL plan.
Internode has continued its pre-Christmas plan overhaul by slashing $10 a month from many of its SOHO ADSL plans and launching its first sub-$40 ADSL2+ service
Internode has stripped $10 from its entry-level Naked ADSL2+ plans; dramatically improved the value of NodePhone2; and doubled the Data Blocks!
Holidaymakers staying at major caravan parks on the Yorke Peninsula can now enjoy free wireless Internet access due to a partnership between the District Council of Yorke Peninsula and Internode.
Internode has embraced renewable energy by contracting to use 100 per cent "GreenPower" throughout its operations, effective since the start of September.
Internode is now offering its business customers access to a high-grade spam-filtering service to turn back the deluge of unwanted trash-mail that assails private email servers.
Internode has added free and seamless access to advanced services such as push email and Google Maps for any iPhone using an Internode hotspot.
Driven by record demand for its broadband services, Internode has again gained a place on the prestigious BRW Top 500 list of privately owned companies.
Internode has today launched its new-look Games On Net network after spending 12 months redeveloping the service to provide faster performance and broader appeal.
Internode today more than trebles the coverage area that a telephone exchange can serve with ADSL-based broadband by launching its new dial tone-free NakedExtreme ADSL2+ Broadband service.
Widespread broadband services will deliver a $21 million economic benefit to SA's Yorke Peninsula reports independent research released at a milestone event for Internode
Internode is aiming to accelerate its growth by reshaping its management structure headlined by appointing group general manager Patrick Tapper as Chief Executive Officer.
Internode managing director Simon Hackett was last night presented with the Australian communication industry's top honour for individual achievement, the 2008 Telecommunications Ambassador award.
Internode has dramatically increased monthly download quotas for its popular 1500/256 kbps ADSL services, and is continuing to offer free speed upgrades.
Internode has launched a new plan that slashes $5 from the cost of its entry-level broadband service and includes a generous five gigabyte (5 GB) download quota.
In an Australian first, Internode is the first national ISP to give customers direct access to the future by offering Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6) as part of its standard service.
Internode M.D. Simon Hackett has reiterated his call for the Federal Govt's planned National Broadband Network to use competitive tension to deliver affordable broadband for consumers.
Internode now offers Extreme ADSL2+ broadband services from our own infrastructure, at more than 100 telephone exchanges across the country.
A high-speed Australian mirror site to SourceForge.net, the world's largest Open Source software development website, is now available via Internode.
Internode is offering a free ADSL churn (fast transfer) procedure until June 30 to draw customers from rival Broadband ADSL providers to Internode.
Today, we're releasing a number of updates for Broadband ADSL customers. Including: Plan updates; Warranty changes; Free speed upgrades and more.
Internode has decided to suspend sales in Tasmania of its fastest HOME ADSL plans until affordable backhaul capacity is available across Bass Strait.
Internode has boosted its international capabilities by establishing a major Point of Presence in Japan, enabling fast and secure broadband links into Asia for all customers.
As major rivals increasingly charge for two-way broadband traffic, Internode has launched a range of new broadband plans that maintain free data uploads.
Conversion of existing phone services to Naked ADSL2+ is now available, after demand for the inaugural new service only "Naked" plans topped 1000 within weeks of the product launch.
Internode wants indefinite retention of exchange-based ADSL2+ equipment to ensure competition keeps down prices on the Government-backed Fibre to the Node (FTTN) network.
Internode has covered its "environment footprint" by undertaking a major greenhouse gas emission audit and purchasing carbon credits to achieve CO2-free status.
Internode's Regional WiMAX rollouts are going "gangbusters" despite today's announcement that the Federal Government has cancelled its OPEL regional broadband agreement.
There's been a lot of positive change in various services from Internode since Christmas - here are the highlights.
Internode has revised its NodePhone prices to make it easy for customers of rival broadband providers to use the high quality voice-over-broadband phone service.
Internode has won a prestigious ATUG telecommunications industry award for its Australia-first WiMAX broadband project in the Yorke Peninsula region of South Australia.
In a major extension of its reach, Internode has launched its first "Naked ADSL2+" service at 350 exchanges nationally, delivering high speed ADSL2+ broadband over a dial tone-free phone line.
After a year of preparation, NodePhone2 now offers full national reach, extending it to 2100 zones ranging from Aberfoyle to Zamia Creek.
The stated objective of FTTN is to provide 98% of Australians with internet speeds of 12 Mbps. The hard question most ask when the subject of FTTN is raised, is - "OK, but how much am I going to have to pay for it?".
Internode and nine other leading ISPs are calling on the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission to restrain Telstra from the "anti-competitive conduct" of barring wholesale access to its ADSL2+ broadband infrastructure.
Internode will boost its international cable capacity to the US after signing a five-year agreement with Southern Cross Cable Network (SCCN).
Internode has enhanced its broadband-based phone service, NodePhone, by adding the ability to order additional voice channels online
Internode's WiMAX network on the Yorke Peninsula is delivering real-world wireless broadband speeds as fast as six megabits per second up to 30km from its base stations.