News and Media for 2009
Internode today launches a selection of new broadband plans that cut complexity, lower costs, and add bundling discounts with its NodeLine telephone service.
Internode today broadens its telephony product range with NodeLine Business services, and an ADSL Compatible option for all new NodeLine connections.
Internode has collected its third major award this month when it was last named Emerging Broadband Service Provider of the Year in the 2009 Frost & Sullivan Australia Best Practices Awards.
For the second time in a row, Internode has topped a customer satisfaction survey of broadband providers held every two years by Choice, Australia's leading consumer advocacy organisation.
Internode has won the inaugural Best ISP (Internet Service Provider) accolade from the annual League of Exceptional Service survey held by AFR Smart Investor magazine.
Internode has invited customers to participate in an Australia-first technical trial of IPv6, running natively on its national ADSL broadband network.
Internode today launches Easy Naked, a companion plan to our best-selling Easy Broadband, offering high speed naked broadband with a massive 50 GB per month of 'anytime' quota for only $69.95 per month.
Simon Hackett, Internode's M.D. has smashed the world distance record for an electric vehicle by driving his Tesla Roadster more than 500km in the inaugural Global Green Challenge.
Internode is taking its sponsorship of this week's Global Green Challenge seriously by putting founder and managing director Simon Hackett on the road for the 3000km odyssey.
Internode today boosts data quotas and lowers plan costs as it passes on to customers the benefits of the PIPE PPC-1 International fibre-optic link, which goes live this Thursday.
Internode has slashed $50 from the price of its range of 3G modems and launched an antenna to boost reception of its NodeMobile Data wireless broadband service.
Internode this week became the first customer to use PIPE Networks' new PPC-1 fibre-optic cable, running tests several weeks ahead of the trans-Pacific link's launch.
Internode has completed its 12-month management restructure by appointing Liz Cornelissen to the newly-created role of Chief Operations Officer.
Internode is now selling retail Fibre to the Home services, starting at less than $50 a month, at greenfield real estate developments in Queensland, Victoria and South Australia.
Internode has enhanced its appeal to East Coast enterprises by trebling its NSW data centre capacity and launching symmetrical high-speed DSL services in Sydney and Melbourne.
From today, Internode customers can see in real-time how many calls there are waiting, how long the average call is, even check out the best time to call.
Internode today launches its NakedExtreme services in Tasmania, creating the opportunity to fill in many metropolitan broadband blackspots.
Internode has invested $500,000 in a high resolution videoconferencing system that it expects to boost sales, cut costs and reduce the environmental impact of its national operations.
Internode today launches its first standalone analogue telephone service, NodeLine, which can save you money on your monthly telephone charges.
Launched today, Internode Easy Broadband is a jargon-free plan designed for customers who want the best-value Internet access they can get for $49.95.
Internode today becomes the first ISP to use the new Basslink fibre-optic cable service, which boosts capacity and cuts the cost of transferring data to and from Tasmania.
Internode has committed itself as a major partner of the Global Green Challenge event for alternative energy vehicles, running from Darwin to Adelaide during October 24-30 this year.
Internode has launched NodePhone Business Trunks to meet demand from small to medium-sized businesses for a multi-channel Voice over IP telephone service.
Internode has announced a $10 million network expansion plan that will nearly double the capacity of its ADSL2+ broadband coverage.
Internode has boosted data allowances for its NodeMobile Data service, which provides 3G wireless broadband access to Internode's national network.
Internode has commenced a four-year, $4 million redevelopment of its customer care systems to maintain its reputation for great customer service as it grows.
Internode has recruited globetrotting new media executive Tom McQueen, who has led a range of multinational digital media projects, to head up its new Internode Media division.
Internode today launches NodeMobile Data, a 3G wireless broadband service that allows customers to access the Internode network from more places in Australia.
Internode's just-released iPhone application, which makes it easy for customers to interact with the company, has already become one of the most popular free programs in Apple's App Store.
Broadband customers will be the winners if the Federal Government delivers an eight-year project to build its own fibre-optic network covering Australia, says Internode managing director Simon Hackett.
Internode is seeking to employ more than 50 people in its customer service, help desk and finance sections as the company continues to record strong growth.
Internode has signed an agreement to use the new Basslink fibre-optic cable to significantly increase its data capacity between Tasmania and the mainland.
With the start of the 2009 AFL season, visitors to the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) now have free wireless Internet access thanks to Internode.
Internode is now offering unmetered access for ADSL customers to online TiVo content including software updates, EPG, and Blockbuster movies of the week.
A new service specifically designed to deliver high performance and fully symmetrical Internet access to Australian businesses, is now available.
Internode has launched the 2009 model of the innovative chumby device, with new colours, better controls and more resilience, as well as announcing a runout sale of last year's chumby model.
The Adelaide Fringe has unveiled the perfect companion for visitors to the annual arts festival, with a detailed knowledge of what acts are on, how much they cost and where they're being held.
Internode has upped the ante in Australia's broadband stakes by offering retail Fibre to the Home services at 25, 50 and 100 megabits per second, costing from $50 a month.
A clever widget that provides touchscreen access to Australian weather forecasts has won Internode's competition to pick the top local software for the popular streaming media device.