The big addition is the wireless service, which will be made available to customers by iiNet’s company, Internode, from today.
Hot on the heels of a successful NBN trial in Armidale, NSW, the NBN Wireless service is pencilled in to ‘go live’ sometime next month.
According to iiNet CEO, Michael Malone, offering access to all three NBN methods is a significant milestone for the company.
“We pride ourselves on being first to market with new technologies,” he said.
“We were first with Naked DSL and IPTV, and now we’re first to bring a full NBN service suite to the market.”
With prices starting from $49.95 per month for 20GB peak and 20GB off-peak data, iiNet’s NBN Wireless Broadband is also expected to provide speeds of up to 12/1 Mbps.
Other recent firsts for iiNet included successful certifications for the NBN voice service (UNI V) and NBN Facilities Access, which connects to NBN Co data centres and integrates with iiNet’s network.
Malone adds that iiNet will continue to work closely with NBN Co to “ensure this momentum continues.”
“The end result will be a seamless transition for our customers, as they move from their current service to an iiNet NBN service,” he said.