News and Media for 2011
ASX-listed iiNet Limited today entered into a binding agreement to acquire national broadband company Internode Pty Ltd and its sister company Agile Pty Ltd.
Internode today turns on the 200th telephone exchange equipped with its own ADSL2+ broadband equipment, in Nuriootpa, in the Barossa wine-growing region of South Australia.
Internode has turned on high-speed broadband services at the first house in a new subdivision of Grantham, the Queensland town being rebuilt on higher ground after it was ravaged by floods in January.
Internode has launched a public high definition video stream of the first Gorgeous Festival, featuring rock icon band Icehouse, highlighting the latest enhancement of its Content Delivery Network (CDN)
Internode today makes it easy for broadband customers to migrate to Naked ADSL2+ while retaining their current telephone number with the NodePhone VoIP phone service.
With a 93 percent approval rating, Internode continues to hold its long-standing position at the top of the independent ISP customer satisfaction survey run Australia-wide by Roy Morgan Research.
For the second time, Internode has won the Best ISP (Internet Service Provider) accolade in the League of Exceptional Service survey run by AFR Smart Investor Magazine.
Internode has announced that from today it is reducing prices for its Fetch TV service by one third in a move that is expected to attract more customers to Internet Protocol TV (IPTV).
Internode is completing its national network footprint, installing a Darwin Point of Presence to deliver lower prices, faster speeds, and more innovative services in the NT capital.
Internode today announces a simple path for its business customers to reach the flexibility, productivity and redundancy benefits of hosted VoIP telephony through a partnership with Mitel and Tie Networks.
Internode has been acknowledged in the Australian New Zealand Internet Awards (ANZIA) for its pioneering work in bringing Internet Protocol v6 (IPv6) to Australia.
Internode today unveils an NBN plan overhaul that boosts data quotas, removes voice bundling requirements and reduces prices for its services delivered on the National Broadband Network.
Internode springs into sponsorship season next month as a major partner of the World Solar Challenge, a 3000km odyssey of solar-powered vehicles from Darwin to Adelaide.
The first company to gain accreditation to deliver fixed-line telephone services on the NBN, Internode this week starts a trial with its customers in Willunga, SA.
Internode has again topped the independent ISP customer survey run Australia-wide by Roy Morgan Research with a 94 per cent approval rating.
Willunga High School expects to reverse the trend towards centralising education through the interactivity and immediacy of the NBN, launched at the school today.
Internode reveals its major sponsorship of WOMAD 2012, the 20th anniversary of the four-day festival of world music, arts and dance in Adelaide's parklands.
Internode customer VANREE Software Consultancy is using its NBN trial service at Willunga to deliver IT services to businesses operating around the world.
Internode today became the first company to deliver the Fetch TV IP Television service over the NBN, showing it in action at a house in the western Sydney suburb of Bunya.
Internode has again received a poll-topping thumbs-up from its customers nationally in the latest independent ISP survey run by Roy Morgan Research.
Internode today launches a new era of true broadband competition for Alice Springs by announcing its own high-performance ADSL2+ services in the town.
After its pioneering 20-month public trial, Internode this week releases IPv6 (Internet Protocol version 6) into its standard production environment for both ADSL and NBN customers.
Internode's first NBN customer at Minnamurra, Paul Gosney, left Sydney for the NSW south coast after he learned that the tiny township was a first release site for the National Broadband Network.
Internode today reveals the intended commercial pricing for Internet access and phone services delivered via the National Broadband Network from later this year.
Office & Image, a Willunga business connected to the NBN by Internode, is offering other businesses in the area a "window to the future" using the National Broadband Network.
Internode has won an Environmental Responsibility award in the 2011 ACOMM Awards, the second time in three years it has collected this accolade.
Internode revises ADSL plans across our broadband range and announces new VoIP bundle for Easy Naked services.
Internode today hooks up its first customer, technology entrepreneur Raaj Menon, to SA's first National Broadband Network (NBN) location in the southern suburb of Willunga
Internode has used World IPv6 Day to dismiss "Chicken Little" views of an Internet "IPocalypse" due to the imminent exhaustion of Internet Protocol version 4 (IPv4) addresses.
Internode today launches its cheapest-ever Easy Reach ADSL2+ plan, with a 30GB quota for just $29.95 per month (when bundled with NodeLine), available from selected exchanges nationally.
Before an audience of global leaders in technology and economics at the Future in Review (FiRe) technology conference in the US, Internode managing director Simon Hackett this week was named the FiRe 2011 Entrepreneur of the Year.
Internode today launches the Huawei E5832, a personal wireless hotspot router that can share a 3G Internet connection with up to three WiFi-enabled devices.
Internode today announces the launch of its high-performance ADSL2+ broadband services for customers in the popular SA coastal town of Victor Harbor.
Internode today has successfully connected up its first mainland customers to the National Broadband Network (NBN), in the regional NSW city of Armidale.
Internode has recorded another chart-topping performance in a comparison of Telecommunications Industry Ombudsman (TIO) complaints to total customer numbers.
Internode today announces the availability of Fetch TV, a subscription TV service, which provides subscribers with Video-on-Demand, time-shifted television viewing and a range of great new TV channels!
Internode this week celebrates 20 years since its establishment on May 8, 1991, when founder Simon Hackett turned down a lucrative job offer in the US to start his own business.
Internode has secured a chart-topping 98 per cent recommendation rate from its customers who participated in the latest Australian Broadband Survey.
Internode today adds two new Billion routers to its product range, making it even easier for customers to ensure their home networks can support Fetch TV and IPv6.
Internode was today revealed as one of just four "NBN-ready" companies that will connect the first customers to the National Broadband Network on mainland Australia.
A next generation disk storage system that is saving Internode tens of thousands of dollars in power costs annually has won an IBM Green and Beyond Smarter Planet award for its installer, IOCANE.
Strong demand for new broadband plans has seen Internode increase the capacity of its national IP network by more than 130 per cent, including deployment of 10-gigabit links between capital cities.
Internode this week will ship its first FRITZ!Box ADSL2+ routers, a feature-rich and innovative product that Internode managing director Simon Hackett has dubbed the ultimate "kitchen sink" broadband device.
Internode has again topped an independent customer satisfaction survey run by Roy Morgan Research, with a 95 per cent rating - well ahead of the 73 per cent industry average.
Internode today announces the largest service overhaul in its history, slashing 78 broadband plans to just 18, making it easy for customers to choose what they need.
This is an announcement from Internode regarding the impact of the Queensland floods, and how we can assist our customers in the affected regions.
Internode is providing its NBN customers in Tasmania with a free upgrade to the upload speeds of their broadband services.