Internode launches WiMAX network

17 Oct 2007

Australian broadband provider Internode has restarted its network rollout programme in the Yorke Peninsula and the Coorong, after concluding a funding agreement with the government. From Monday, residents across both regions may apply for high speed broadband services, for which they will pay no more than Internode customers in metropolitan areas of the country. Internode broadband services cost from AUD39.95 (USD35.68) a month. In the Yorke Peninsula, Internode will use WiMAX technology to connect customers that are beyond the reach of traditional ADSL network. Together with its ADSL platform, Internode’s WiMAX network will enable Internode to provide 100% coverage of the Yorke Peninsula before the end of the year.

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