Internode is now offering its Easy Broadband ADSL2+ service from an additional 240 exchanges.
The South Australia-based ISP is leveraging the existing DSLAM infrastructure of iiNet to expand its footprint. This more than doubles the exchanges Internode can offer its Easy Broadband service from.
iiNet acquired Internode late last year.
Easy Broadband is Internode’s most popular ADSL2+ plan among residential customers which was previously delivered over the ISP’s own DSLAM network.
Internode has now expanded its coverage in Western Australia as well as suburbs in Sydney, Canberra, Melbourne, and Brisbane.
“This delivers a massive coverage expansion of Easy Broadband ADSL2+ services for al new customers by making our flagship broadband plus dial-tone voice service available from an extra 240 exchanges,” Internode managing director, Simon Hackett, said in a statement.
“We’re also continuing to work on delivering our dialtone-free Easy Naked services through the new exchanges, with availability expected in the next few months.”
There are currently 15,000 Internode customers that previously fell outside the ISP’s DSLAM infrastructure that can now access the new exchanges. These customers will be automatically migrated and can change on to an Easy Broadband plan online.