More positive news for Internode customers: while it dumped its 200GB per month offering as part of a plan revamp last month, it has now restored that plan to its broadband offerings in response to "customer demand". Rather like parent iiNet's dumping of peak quotas earlier today, the change only applies to Internode's own ADSL2+ network, not services wholesaled from Telstra. [Internode]
Internode Restores 200GB Broadband Plans
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