Compare Internode Naked DSL Plans

Nick Broughall 7 August 2017 NEWS

Internode offers a wide range of broadband technologies, including naked ADSL2+ plans for those unable to connect to the NBN just yet.

Why choose Naked ADSL2+ plans?

While everybody will eventually have to migrate to an National Broadband Network plan, until the construction is completed there is still a large part of the population that will need to connect using older ADSL technology.

Naked DSL offers broadband connectivity for homes that need an Internet connection, but not the phone line that has traditionally come with it.

Rather than have a separate line rental fee, those costs are absorbed into the naked DSL plan, so it offers a level of flexibility if not a reduction in monthly costs.

What do I need for an Internode Naked DSL connection?

In order to get connected to an Internode naked DSL plan, you need to live at an address that the ISP can serve a naked connection to. Your local exchange will need to offer naked services as well as have available ports for Internode to connect you to.

Why choose Internode naked DSL?

As one of Australia's leading Internet service providers, Internode built a reputation for reliable service and affordable Internet access.

Internode offers an affordable Voice over IP service in addition to its naked plans so you can keep the home phone line, without the expensive call charges. There are no excess usage fees and you have the option for more advanced technical features like static IP addresses and personal email addresses.

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