Internode upgrades Victor Harbour to ADSL2+
- Internode bring ADSL2+ to Victor Harbour residents
- RBBP upgrades allow Internode to install new infrastructure
- Victor Harbor residents can now get data quotas up to 5x larger
Internode is bringing high-speed ADSL2+ services to Victor Harbour residents in South Australia following an infrastructure upgrade in the area.
The South Australian-based broadband provider has installed its own DSLAM equipment in Victor Harbour's exchange, allowing customers access to higher speeds, plans with more data and Internode's new FetchTV service.
The upgrade is a result of the Regional Backbone Blackspots Program (RBBP), a scheme to immediately improve telecommunications services in rural areas through building fibre-optic cable links between cities and rural areas.
The link will connect the communities of Victor Harbor, Strathalbyn and Goolwa with Mt Barker, where it interconnects with a major backhaul communication link between Adelaide and Victoria.
Internode customers in Victor Harbor now have access to data quotas that are five times larger – from 200GB to 1000GB (one terabyte).
Speeds will also improve for customers, from 8Mbps up to a maximum of 24Mbps. ADSL2+ plans also represent better value for money.
Also, for the first time, Naked ADSL2+ services are now available in Victor Harbor. For more information on Internode plans, give us a call on 1300 106 571.
Internode plans to install DSLAM equipment at other RBBP locations nationally, including Alice Springs, Darwin, Nightcliff and Palmerston in the NT.