News and Media for 2010
Australians have responded enthusiastically to the news that broadband specialist PCRange will distribute the breakthrough FRITZ!Box ADSL2+ router in Australia, available first from Internode.
Internode sees 2011 as a year of great growth opportunities as consumers seek to add new-generation services such as Internet Protocol Television (IPTV) to their existing broadband plans.
Internode is undertaking a $1.4 million expansion of its Adelaide data centre, installing high-density hosting racks that boost available customer capacity by 45 per cent.
Today, Internode has radically increased the value and coverage of its fully symmetric business-grade SHDSL broadband services.
Internode has maintained its spectacular record of success by topping independent customer satisfaction surveys run by Roy Morgan Research and PC Authority magazine.
Internode has overhauled its NodeMobile Data 3G wireless broadband plans, including a trebling of data quotas for both the entry-level and the top end plans.
Broadband specialist PCRange has secured exclusive rights to distribute the breakthrough FRITZ!Box ADSL2+ router in Australia, which will be available first from Internode.
Internode today more than quadruples the reach of its popular Easy Broadband ADSL2+ services by making them available from more than 1300 telephone exchanges nationally.
As national broadband leader Internode this week passes the 12-month milestone for its public trial of Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6), the company expects 2011 will be "crunch time" for the Internet.
Internode today revises its ADSL Fast broadband services, headlined by a number of new plans including a $30 price cut at the popular 50-gigabyte (GB) monthly data quota.
Internode this week launches a number-porting service that lets customers who migrate to its dialtone-free Naked ADSL2+ broadband plans retain their existing telephone numbers.
Internode has been again recognised as South Australia's largest technology company at a gala luncheon to acknowledge the State's Top 100 businesses.
Internode has extended the coverage of its large data quota plans by launching three new Easy Bundle broadband plans at more than 300 exchanges nationally.
Internode has again topped a national customer satisfaction survey, this one of 2500 broadband consumers, commissioned by service ratings agency Canstar Blue.
Internode has started selling its first sub-$100 ADSL router that can handle IPv6 (Internet Protocol version 6) addresses - the NetComm NB6Plus4 series.
Internode today starts selling its first terabyte ADSL2+ plan with a surprise launch-day sweetener - $30 off the originally announced price, plus large data boosts for most other new Easy 'T-Shirt' plans!
Internode is now offering affordable broadband services via a high-speed WiMAX wireless network that covers large areas of the Riverland-Murraylands region of SA.
Internode today announces Australia's first true terabyte broadband plan in a service extension that offers generous new quotas to data-hungry customers
Internode has opened a Brisbane office to accelerate its strong growth rate which saw Queensland contribute nearly 15 per cent of its revenues in the past year.
Internode today announces that it will launch an Early Adopter program offering access to its Fetch TV IPTV service by the end of September.
Internode has connected its first school, Circular Head Christian School, to Tasmania's NBN Stage One program with a 100 megabit-per-second fibre-optic broadband service.
Internode has revised its range of ADSL2+ plans, delivering greater value to more people by aligning Optus-delivered Ultra services with its competitively priced Extreme plans.
Internode has started delivering Fibre to the Home (FTTH) services at a new Victorian real estate development, in a partnership with wholesale network operator OPENetworks.
Internode has cut $10 from the price of its Easy Naked plan, making it even better value, delivering high speed Naked ADSL2+ with a 70 GB quota for just $59.95.
Internode has successfully connected its first customer in Tasmania to the National Broadband Network (NBN), a pioneering start for the vision of Australia's broadband future.
Internode's International network has expanded to encircle the globe with a new Point of Presence in London, with links from the UK to the US and to Singapore.
In a dual move, Internode has laid out for the welcome mat for Apple iPad users who want to access its award-winning broadband services.
Internode has announced a major overhaul of its Business ADSL broadband plans with a compelling combination of boosted data quotas and reduced prices.
Internode has unveiled breakthrough Fibre to the Home (FTTH) prices for its NBN Stage 1 pilot program in Tasmania, with a 25 Megabit per second plan costing just $29.95.
Internode has thrown down the gauntlet to competitors in Mount Gambier by installing its own broadband equipment at the Blue Lake City, with dedicated high-capacity links to Adelaide.
Internode has welcomed the launch of the Apple iPad in Australia with a $299 special price for its tiny MiFi wireless access point, which delivers 3G access for up to five iPads.
In its latest chart-topping success, Australian broadband leader Internode has recorded a 94.3 per cent customer satisfaction rating in a national ISP survey by Roy Morgan Research.
Internode has release a revised version of its popular Internode Easy Broadband service. The new version of Internode Easy Broadband massively extends the high-speed coverage area of the service.
Internode has continued this month's wide-ranging plan overhaul by boosting data quotas on its range of Home and SOHO ADSL Fast broadband services.
Available from today, new Fibre to the Home plans with lower prices; faster uploads and more monthly quota.
Internode has doubled the number of its 3G powered NodeMobile Data broadband plans and reduced the cost of Mobile Data Blocks.
Internode achieved another chart-topping performance, with a more than 90 per cent customer satisfaction rating, in a national ISP survey by Roy Morgan Research.
Internode has extended the coverage of its Internode Business Connect (IBC) private Internet Protocol networks across the Tasman Sea for clients with offices in New Zealand.
Internode has overhauled its range of Extreme ADSL2+ broadband plans with improved data quotas and bundling benefits.
Internode has launched its first major above-the-line advertising campaign in years, in a push to attract disenchanted Telstra BigPond broadband customers.
Today, Internode has enabled Extreme ADSL2+ at seven extra telephone exchanges in Hobart and Launceston. Delivering high-performance ADSL2+ broadband to users in these areas.
Internode today announces it has cut the price of its popular Internode Ultra SHDSL broadband plans for business by as much as 50 per cent.
Internode today welcomed the official opening of the NBN 'Proof of Concept' test centre in Tasmania. The Centre allows Internode and other ISP's to test their services in a working fibre optic environment prior to the network launch.
Internode has signed a contract for capacity expansion with long-standing partner, the Southern Cross Cable Network (SCCN).
Internode was voted Australia's most reliable Internet Service Provider in the 2009 Australian Broadband Survey, which was completed by more than 23,600 consumers.
Internode has followed its top ranking in Roy Morgan Research's latest ISP customer satisfaction poll with consumers rating the company as Australia's best ISP in a national review on ProductReview.com.au
Internode today launches Virtual Private Servers that deliver businesses the benefits of high-performance computer servers without the cost or complexity of operating them.
Internode has again topped a national ISP customer satisfaction survey by Roy Morgan Research, getting the thumbs-up from more than 88 per cent of its customers.