Wednesday, February 15th, 2017 by Erin Kavanagh
We’ve got an exciting new advertising campaign we’d like to tell you about.
You may have already seen this pup and her owner hitting the streets (and screens) – they’re out and about to spread the word about our ADSL and NBN™ Unlimited Data plans!
Featuring the ultimate home theatre chair with some very geeky customisations (complete with snacks which may be familiar to serious fans of Internode) the ads take a fun look at how one might make the most of Unlimited Data from Internode. The only limit is you!
Before we show you the ad (and the chair of your dreams) let us introduce the stars of the show – stand-up comedian Ben Mulvey and Tilly the dog. Here’s a quick fun fact: one of these furry actors from the TV ad will do anything for a biscuit (guess which one, or click here for a clue – you know you want to!).
We’re thrilled to release this fun and quirky ad that celebrates the technical creativity and innovation of geek-kind. If you’re interested in upgrading your Internode plan, check out our unlimited ADSL and NBN™ plans on our website or visit our online plan changer to upgrade now. Please Note: Plans with unlimited data are currently only available on NBN, Easy Broadband ADSL2+ and Easy Naked ADSL2+ broadband services.
You can also check out the new TV advert on YouTube:
Monday, February 6th, 2017 by Taryn Adams
What is Safer Internet Day?
The internet is a big part of our lives and everyone has a right to feel safe online. Safer Internet Day is held annually to promote the safe and respectful use of digital technology and to take a stand against cyberbullying. To make the date easy to remember, it’s held on the 2nd day of the 2nd week of the 2nd month every year. (more…)
Wednesday, January 25th, 2017 by Taryn Adams
The privacy of your data is important, so it’s a good thing that the 28th of January is dedicated to raising awareness about online privacy. Data Protection Day commemorates the signing of Convention 108, the first international treaty dealing with privacy and data protection, way back in 1981.
Why is privacy so important? You may think you have nothing to hide, but your information is valuable, and can even be dangerous in the wrong hands. Some information is just embarrassing, like those cringe-worthy teen photos your mum put on Facebook. Other information is much more serious, such as your bank details or credit information. Because of this, it’s a good idea to know who has your information, how it’s used, and what steps you can take to keep it safe. (more…)