Internode has becomes Australia's first ISP to launch IPv6 as a standard service. It is available on an opt-in basis to both Internode's ADSL2+ and NBN customers, following a 20-month public trial.
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.
Internode has formally launched its version of the FetchTV IPTV service offering video-on-demand, time-shifted television viewing and a range of TV channels. The launch coincides with a redesign of the FetchTV user interface
Written by: Graeme Philipson | Published in: MobilityiiNet subsidiary Internode has extended its NodeMobile voice service range by launching a $60 a month plan that removes the limits from its included standard calls, texts and calls to NodeMobile.
Ten months after it kicked off a trial of the service and almost a year after it was launched by rival iiNet, national broadband provider Internode has launched the FetchTV internet video service on its network, pricing the offering at very similar rates to those offered by iiNet.
Internode has installed its own DSLAM at the Telstra exchange in Mount Gambier, 450kms from Adelaide, enabling it to offer ADSL2+ services to consumers and businesses, symmetrical SHDSL service to businesses and WiFi hotspots.