Internode launches fixed line voice service

16 Jul 2009

Australian broadband operator Internode has entered the fixed line voice sector, launching its NodeLine service which uses Telstra’s wholesale fixed line connections, itWire reports. Internode will target the residential market with its new services, and claims that its tariffs can save customers up to AUD40 (USD31.9) per month; ‘Everyone has different calling patterns, so we’ve designed NodeLine to deliver savings to people who use their telephone for a typical spread of calling needs’, said Jim Kellett, Internode’s product manager. The service will cost AUD29.95 per month, and the operator is expected to launch fixed line and broadband bundled services later this year.

Australia, Internode, Telstra (incl. Belong)