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Internode gives a speed increase to ADSL1 customers

Internode finds the key to Telstra's exchanges - unlocks 1300 of them to give access to ADSL2+ to th

| Internet & Websites News | Posted: Nov 17, 2010 5:40 am

Looks like the fight between Internode and Telstra Wholesale is beginning to benefit the customers...

 

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Internode has today announced a speed boost to their suffering ADSL customers stuck on 512kb/1.5Mb plans - Internode have renegotiated their contract with Telstra Wholesale which means customers once stuck on ADSL/TW hardware can possibly now get ADSL2+.

 

The arrangement affects customers from more than 1300 exchanges across Australia. With prices starting at $50 a month for unbundled 5GB or 60GB for $10 extra a month. There's also a 200GB plan for $90 a month - all three plans are $10 cheaper if bundled with a phone line. The new plans replace the seven old Home Broadband plans.

 

Currently - there's no fee for current customers to upgrade, and there's no obligation for you to either, if you're happy on your current plan, sit down and cross your arms, you're fine.

 

NEWS SOURCES:Gizmodo.com.au

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