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iiNet now has 20,000 customers on the National Broadband Network (NBN), with 60 per cent on fibre, 35 per cent on satellite and 5 per cent on wireless.
As part of a deal with Internode, the South Australian government is investing $1.5 million in a new wireless network that will boost free Internet access in Adelaide’s central business district .
Internode has launched new bundled business plans starting from $79.95 per month on 24-month contracts.
iiNet subsidiary Internode has taken out 'home ISP of the year' in the Roy Morgan Research Customer Satisfaction Awards for the second year running.
iiNet’s $165 million acquisitions of Internode and TransACT have paid off for the ISP, with the acquisitions helping to drive a 122 per cent jump in net profit to $32 million, the company reported.
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