Internode has announced its ADSL2+ services can now reach 70 per cent of Australian users.
The news comes after the ISP expanded its ADSL2+ connectivity through 550 Zone 1 Telstra exchanges and launched new Easy Broadband services. Its coverage now includes sub-exchanges and RIM-connected customers in certain areas.
The Internode Easy Broadband service plan costs $49.95 per month when bundled with a phone line for an additional cost, and $59.95 per month if a third-party line is used. There is a data limit of 50GB and users are shaped to 128Kbps when this is exceeded.
Existing Internode Easy Broadband services have been rebranded Internode Easy Broadband Classic, and all new signups to Internode Easy Broadband will be provisioned with the new version of the plan, the company stated.
Internode has also revised its FAST plans, which offer a wide range of download quotas and price point choices, and which are nationally available at fast ADSL2+/ADSL1 speeds. Current customers on FAST plans may remain on their existing plans or move to a new FAST plan via the online plan changer on the Internode website, it stated.