At Internode we're constantly enhancing our products. This page lists a number of Internode products that are no longer available for new connections. However, existing customers on these products remain fully supported.
End of Sale Product Information
- Reach Fibre
Reach Fibre was available from 9 August 2012 until 12 September 2017. Reach Fibre offered a Fibre to the Premises service within over 125 Velocity Fibre enabled housing estates around Australia.
- Hardware Rental
Hardware Rental offered an affordable way to access quality hardware at fixed prices, and was available from 11 January 2012 until 13 December 2016.
- NodeMobile Handsets 2014–September 2015
Mobile handset pricing and availability from 2 December 2014 to 24 September 2015. Handsets are no longer available from Internode.
- Fetch TV Lite and Fetch TV Full
Information about the Fetch TV plans that were available from November 2011 to July 2013.
- NodeMobile Handsets
Mobile handset pricing and availability from 9 April 2013 to 2 December 2014.
- NodeMobile Voice 3G
Our original SIM-only NodeMobile plans were available from August 2012 to July 2013.
- NBN First Release
The National Broadband Network's five "first release" trial sites. Full NBN services launched on 1 October 2011.
- Older ADSL Plans
On 8 February 2011, the Internode ADSL range was simplified to four product families.
- South Brisbane Fibre
South Brisbane Fibre was available from 1 August 2011 until 12 September 2017. South Brisbane Fibre offered a Fibre to the Premises service within the South Brisbane Telephone Exchange area.
- NodeMobile Data
NodeMobile Data offered 3G wireless broadband across the Australian population and was available from 28 April 2009 to 7 October 2015.
- Fetch TV Full
A new Entertainment Plus was launched on 1 February 2015, and Fetch TV Full could no longer be supported.
- Internode Combos
Combos - ADSL, phone, mobile SIM, and Fetch TV - were available from November 2012 to October 2013.
- NodeMobile Data Hardware
NodeMobile Data modems and personal hotspots available from 13 May to 25 November 2014.
- FibrePhone on OptiComm
Delivered a landline phone service over fibre infrastructure at selected new housing estates.
- SA Regional Fixed-Wireless
Fixed-Wireless Broadband operates in selected regional areas of South Australia - including the Coorong, Yorke Peninsula, and the Riverlands/Murraylands.
A grandfathered plan is an old plan that Internode has removed from sale. If you're on a grandfathered plan, you can keep using it if you like. Your features, quota, price, and everything else stays the same. Or, if one of our current plans suits you better, you can simply request a plan change.
Grandfathered NodePhone VoIP plans
There is one grandfathered NodePhone plan - NodePhone1. If you have an existing NodePhone1 service, you're welcome to remain this plan. NodePhone1 is no longer available to new customers.
NodePhone1 provided 'outbound' VoIP calls only. Note these services may be cancelled if they have not made any billable calls for more than 12 months - you will be notified prior to any such cancellation.