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Internode’s best entry-level NBN12 Fibre plans

Monday, May 27th, 2019 by

Choosing an NBN™ plan can be confusing for many Australians. After being predominantly connected to ADSL broadband technologies for the better part of two decades, the National Broadband Network introduces a range of new options which may not be familiar to the average user, such as the NBN™ plan tiers: NBN12 (Basic), NBN25 (Standard), NBN50 (Standard Plus) and NBN100 (Premium). To make matters worse, many of the bigger ISPs are no longer selling the cheaper NBN12 plans, which can make switching to the NBN™ seem like a much bigger jump in monthly expenses than it needs to be.

Fortunately, Internode is Australia’s #1 ISP with a wide range of NBN™ plans, including NBN12 options. That means you can enjoy the value of an NBN12 plan without forgoing the confidence and peace of mind that comes with a larger, more experienced ISP. Together with our award-winning customer service, we make getting on the NBN™ easy for everyone, whether you’re a first-timer or just looking for a better experience with your NBN™ provider.

Read on to find out more about Internode’s entry level NBN™ Fibre plans (FTTB/N/C/P & HFC).

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Node wins Internet Service Provider of January 2019

Wednesday, April 17th, 2019 by

Internode is proud to have received the award for Internet Service Provider of the Month for January 2019 from Roy Morgan Research.

Roy Morgan Research is a leading independent consumer research agency and the Roy Morgan Customer Satisfaction Awards are among the most coveted awards in many industries, including telecommunications. The results are based entirely on independent consumer research including ratings from the world’s largest single source survey which is answered by over 50,000 Australians!

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How to stay safe on public WiFi

Wednesday, April 10th, 2019 by

Did you know that February 5th is Safer Internet Day? This worldwide event aims to draw attention to the ever-important issue of online safety, including cyberbullying, digital security and even offensive or illegal content. This year’s theme, ‘Together for a better internet’, encourages individuals to create a better internet by working on the ‘4 Rs’: Respect, Responsibility, Reasoning and Resilience. We decided to pitch in by shining the light on one aspect of the internet that may slip our minds until we need it – public WiFi networks.

Public WiFi networks can be a blessing – whether you’re quickly taking care of some business on your laptop while you have a coffee, or you’re sending some holiday snaps home while on a trip abroad. However, as convenient as that free WiFi access is, there can be security risks associated with using public WiFi networks that you should know about. You don’t need to stop using public WiFi altogether but there are a few things you should keep in mind before you connect. We’ve put together a handy guide to help you stay safe while you surf the ‘net – all you need is a little bit of reasoning and resilience.

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