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New features out for NBN HFC & FTTC

Monday, November 19th, 2018 by

We’ve got some great news for small business owners, internet enthusiasts and anyone wanting to run a website or server on their Internode broadband connection: Option Packs have arrived for Internode NBN™ FTTC and HFC!

Our Power and Business Option Packs can be added to any Internode NBN™ plan to unlock a range of extra features. These features are typically useful for advanced users and business customers who want to make the most out of their internet service. Read on to find out more!

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Unwrap the full potential of your business with BizPhone

Friday, November 24th, 2017 by

Talking to your customers is at the core of any successful business strategy and one of the best ways to do that is with iiNet BizPhone. It’s Australia’s best value small business phone with BIG business innovation that’s available to anyone with a fixed line broadband connection with ANY internet provider, including Internode!

Although Bizphone is available to Internode customers with a fixed line broadband service, it’s not sold by Internode directly. BizPhone is sold by Internode’s sister company, iiNet.

You’ll be hard-pressed to find a phone system that offers such a powerful set of features with versatile options for an affordable monthly cost with your choice of 0, 12 or 24-month contract. What you get in the base package alone is enough to make your business stand out from the crowd with a professional edge. It’s the perfect present to give your business this year to unwrap its potential!

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Q & A on the Internode iiNet transaction announcement

Monday, December 26th, 2011 by

This blog post is a collection of answers (an FAQ) that I’ve written on whirlpool in response to questions asked about it there.

I’m placing some of those answers here because they can easily be lost in the succession of pages there, and some of them seem to be asked repeatedly.

Hence putting them here is an exercise in trying to make them easier to find – and reducing that repetition somewhat!

I’ll add to this post as necessary if future questions of importance turn up that make sense to add into this blog post.

Regards,

Simon Hackett (more…)

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