Internode has announced pricing for services it will deliver of the first NBN FTTH rollouts in Tasmania: an entry level 25Mbps/2Mbps service with 15GB of data will cost $29.95 per month. $10 less than Internet's nearest equivalent ADSL plan.
Internode has taken advantage of new competitive fibre backhaul capacity installed under the Regional Backbone Blackspots Program to offer ADSL services via it own DSLAM in Victor Harbor, and has similar plans for several other towns.
With fierce competition in the broadband market, Internode has initiated a major overhaul of its broadband plans, introducing what it claims is its first truly unlimited quota business ADSL2+ plans with a combination of boosted data quotas and reduced prices.
National broadband company, Internode, has taken its first terabyte ADSL2+ plan to the market today with a launch-day sweetener of $30 off the originally announced price, at the same as delivering large data boosts for most of its other broadband plans.
iiNet subsidiary, Internode has revised its ADSL2+ plans for its Easy Broadband, Easy Naked and Easy Bundle services to reduce prices, increase data quotas align data quotes with those of its NBN plans.
The National Broadband Network Company has joined broadband forum Whirlpool in an attempt to better inform the public about its muli-billion dollar project, with its first post last night being an extensive entry providing information around its ISP pricing plans, in an apparent attempt to reply to sharp criticism of its model by Internode MD Simon Hackett.