Compare Internode ADSL plans

A subsidiary of iiNet, Internode has built a formidable reputation in the broadband market.

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What you need to know about Internode's ADSL plans

As the first ISP in Australia to offer ADSL2+ broadband, Internode knows its stuff when it comes to getting Aussies online. With the support of its parent company iiNet, Internode's ADSL network covers over 450 exchanges Australia-wide, supplying hundreds of thousands of users with a variety of Internet services.

In addition to standalone ADSL plans, Internode offers phone and Internet bundles with a range of local and international call packs. For those looking for more entertainment, Internode's Fetch bundles provide access to thousands of movies and countless hours of TV.

Most of its ADSL plans are available on both 24-month and month-to-month contracts. The only exceptions are the Easy Bundle 100, which is available only on 24-month contracts; and all bundled NodeLine phone services, which require a minimum contract term of 3 months.

If you do sign up for a 24-month contract, you will have to fork out a cancellation fee if you want to end your service early. On the flip side, all 24-month contracts come with a discounted set-up fee, and an ADSL router bundled for free.

What are the different Internode ADSL plans?

Internode offers three types of ADSL service: Easy Broadband ADSL, Easy Naked ADSL and Easy Reach ADSL. Easy Broadband is Internode's standard ADSL service delivered over its own network rather than Telstra's, meaning you'll need to live within the coverage area of Internode's network to be eligible for it. Otherwise, the Easy Reach plan makes use of Telstra's network to provide the same service at a higher price. Easy Naked ADSL, meanwhile, provides exactly what it says on the box: a naked DSL service that doesn't require home phone line rental.

Here's how Internode structures its ADSL plans:

  • Easy Broadband 500GB, which includes 500GB of data and pay-as-you-go calls for $59.99 a month
  • Easy Broadband Unlimited, which includes unlimited data and pay-as-you-go calls for $79.99 a month
  • Easy Naked 500GB, which includes 500GB of data for $59.99 a month
  • Easy Naked Unlimited, which includes unlimited data for $69.99 a month

Depending on the ADSL infrastructure currently available at your premises, you may also have to pay a set-up fee to activate your Internode ADSL service. If you're not already with Internode, transferring an existing ADSL service from a different ISP or establishing a wholly new service will set you back $129 on a month-to-month Easy Broadband or Easy Naked plan. On a 24-month contract, you'll only have to pay $79.

Excess data usage does not incur any fees on Internode's ADSL plans. Go over your limit and your Internet speed will slow down to 256kbps until the next billing cycle instead.

One thing to remember if you choose to sign up with Internode for 24 months: should you decide to cancel your service before the two-year term is up, you'll have to pay an early termination fee of up to $300.

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