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Displaying items by tag: Naked DSL

Thursday, 26 July 2012 11:12

Internode runs Naked in more places

Internode says it has doubled the reach of its Naked ADSL2+ broadband services, making them available at a further 400 telephone exchanges across Australia.

Published in Home Tech
Friday, 28 October 2011 13:49

Subliminally naked advertisement banned on TV

iiNet's latest 'naked DSL' advertisement featuring a 2-frame insert has been banned by CAD, the free-to-air industry group.

Published in Mobility
Thursday, 16 June 2011 12:33

iiNet turns 500,000 on, gives away 500,000 GB!

More than a half century and more than a ton, iiNet has turned 500,000 on!

Published in Home Tech
Thursday, 23 September 2010 12:10

iiNet fixes customer's naked DSL problem

Western Australia-based internet service provider iiNet has finally resolved the problems faced by one of its naked DSL subscribers which got an airing in these columns.

Published in Home Tech
Monday, 06 September 2010 08:41

Internode claims first 'true terabyte' plan

There's been a recent rash of ISP plans offering a monthly data quota of a terabyte or more. Now Internode claims it has the first "true" terabyte plan.

Published in Home Tech
Tuesday, 10 August 2010 14:43

Internode ADSL plans get a makeover

Internode has revamped its ADSL plans, reducing the number of options for some services, boosting capacity on its top end 240GB pan and aligning prices for resold Optus DSL services with those provided on its own DSLAMs.

Published in Home Tech
Tuesday, 06 July 2010 15:26

Internode strips Naked, for $10

Internode has reduced by $10 the monthly fee for its Easy Naked broadband plan and has extended coverage. It has also revived an ADSL2+ resale agreement with Optus.

Published in Home Tech
Tuesday, 06 July 2010 15:26

Internode strips Naked, for $10

Internode has reduced by $10 the monthly fee for its Easy Naked broadband plan and has extended coverage. It has also revived an ADSL2+ resale agreement with Optus.

Published in Home Tech
Earlier this week Internode announced the 'launch' of its naked DSL services, NakedExtreme in Tasmania but it is not presently able to connect any customers to this service.

Published in Strategy
Competition in the Australian voice and broadband market just got a lot hotter with Optus announcing a naked DSL service running at ADSL2+ speeds, meaning customers can now take out a broadband DSL plan without having to pay an added PSTN telephone line rental charge. Optus, Australia's second largest broadband provider, joins the number three ISP iiNet and a bevy of smaller providers now offering naked DSL plans, putting further pressure on Telstra's PSTN business.

Published in Beerfiles
If you live in a metropolitan broadband 'black spot' you're probably welcoming the news about Internode's NakedExtreme service. But is it affordable?

Published in Core Dump
Internode has launched 'NakedExtreme' - its ADSL2+ service delivered on the unconditioned local loop from its own DSLAMs - saying it is able to connect customers up to 7.5kms from the exchange, in contrast to the 4.1km limit with services delivered in conjunction with an analogue telephone service on the same copper pair.

Published in Home Tech
iiNet, Australia's third largest ISP, has announced an underlying profit after tax of $17.8 million for the year to 30 June 200 on the back of strong take up of its naked DSL service, an increase of 50 percent and exceeding earlier market guidance.

Published in Strategy

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