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.
Written by: Stuart Corner | Published in: Home ITInternode says it has doubled the reach of its Naked ADSL2+ broadband services, making them available at a further 400 telephone exchanges across Australia.
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.
iiNet-owned broadband provider, Internode, has today started offering its “best-selling” Easy Broadband ADSL2+ services from an extra 240 telephone exchanges throughout Australia that contain iiNet DSLAM equipment.
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.
National broadband provider Internode has revamped its monthly plan structure, with the aim of unifying its disparate product offerings under one simplified structure, and giving customers small bonuses in terms of extra quota and bundled services.
Internode has extended the coverage of its Internode Business Connect (IBC) private IP network services into New Zealand in partnership with New Zealand ISP Orcon to serve Australian clients with offices in New Zealand.