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User: 6859 - 1 posts
Scaramunga
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posted 05:56PM
Sat 8th May 2010
Just need to know how accurate the information on this site is? It says that I can get Internode ADSL2+ on my exchange(Valentine, NSW), in particular the Easy Broadband plan. Whirlpool.net.au also says that my exchange has a telstra adsl2+ dlslam and that I can get that deal as well. But when I punch my number into the Internode website it says I can only get adsl 1500/256. Any help would be appreciated.
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Anthony
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adsl2exchanges

posted 02:32PM
Mon 10th May 2010
Hello Scaramunga,

Internode's EasyBroadband plan is at 1500/256 or ADSL2+. They will connect you to whatever is available.

"Speed choices are not available with Easy Broadband : we simply offer a fast broadband service, delivering speeds in the range of 1500/256k to ADSL2+."
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User: 6885 - 1 posts
boags
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posted 07:31PM
Sat 22nd May 2010
Scaramunga writes..
But when I punch my number into the Internode website it says I can only get adsl 1500/256


Hi Scaramunga, use the coverage checker on the Internode home page. At the top when you get your results it will say either ZONE 1, 2 or 3. Only Zone 1 can get the faster speeds on Easy B/B, unless there is an Internode DSLAM in your exchange.
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Koops
booyah


posted 02:55PM
Mon 4th Oct 2010
I'm still seeing alot of listings with easy broadband as available on the exchange when it isn't actually purchasable (at all!).

example : http://www.adsl2exchanges.com.au/viewexchange.php?Exchange=LILY

It's can't be purchased in anyway (adsl 1.5/8mbitor fast2 etc) so its misleading to have it listed for these exchanges.
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Anthony
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Webmaster
adsl2exchanges

posted 09:11AM
Tue 5th Oct 2010
Hello Koops,

I have fixed the issue. The original Easy plans were available over Telstra and Agile DSLAM's. They are now only available via Agile and Optus DSLAM's.

My apologies.
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