News and Media for April 2008
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.