Internode launches ADSL2+ services on Telstra equipment

17 Dec 2008

Australian broadband operator Internode has begun offering ADSL2+ services across the entire Telstra digital subscriber line access multiplexer (DSLAM) infrastructure, ITWire reports. Having signed a deal with the incumbent in November 2008, Internode will now offer high speed services at more than 1,400 exchanges. Internode has its own DSLAM equipment in 100 exchanges, and also has a deal with Optus to offer service in a further 350 exchanges. Prices for the new service begin at AUD69.95 (USD46.96) per month for a 2GB download allowance and rise to AUD129.95 for a 55GB cap.

Australia, Internode, Telstra (incl. Belong)