Internode’s FTTH services now on offer at three greenfield sites

4 Sep 2009

Australian broadband operator Internode has said it has now rolled out fibre-to-the-home (FTTH) broadband services to greenfield real estate developments in three states – Queensland, Victoria and South Australia – in a six-month period, iTWire reports. The operator has also announced that it has two more developments in New South Wales and South Australia due for completion in the near future. Internode’s first FTTH services were connected in Brisbane in February 2009 offering speeds of up to 100Mbps, and the ISP has said that the uptake of the service is in line with that of its ADSL2+ services. Subscriber numbers are increasing at a rate of 10% per month, according to John Lindsay, Internode’s carrier relations manager, with a bulk of those taking the service receiving it as part of their house and land purchase.

Australia, Internode