News and Media for December 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.