Browse more than 12 reviews submitted so far Gerrit Schoonderwoerd from Burpengary, QLD Dec 02, 20 I have problems with the connection to the internet, IInet have send me a router what faulted after around 6 months IInet told me it was a problem with my phone line so I was waiting for a technician to come over and check the line. He told me it was the router what was faulty. When the router arrived it had a sticker on it what says tested fine 14 September
IniiNet made what was then its biggest acquisition, purchasing key New Zealand provider ihug. The acquisition significantly increased iiNet's share of the Australian and New Zealand Internet market. The retail arm had been neglected, and the company moved very late into ADSL, meaning that it had iinet business plans whirlpool positioning itself as a broadband player.
There are currently over enabled exchanges active around Australia, and a list of these exchanges can be found at iiNet's official website. In FebruaryiiNet introduced their full-service iiPhone telephony service with their new range of iiBroadband2 packages, allowing customers to pay their telephony costs completely through iiNet, including line rental and local calls.
The product was an add-on service, available only to customers that also use their iiPhone service. As with most VoIP services, call costs were well under standard market prices for a regular copper line. IniiNet were trialling its MSAN services in three Perth telephone exchanges; but release and expanded trial of these has since been put on hold until further notice.
MSANs are iiNet's own full telephone service, meaning they can be completely off Telstra's phone service and onto their own. This would result in a lower line rental price for its customers and free additional add on options to the phone service.
Regulatory conflict with Telstra[ edit ] In lateTelstra Wholesale made changes to their pricing arrangements, each of which forced iiNet to make changes to their product line and pricing.
The first of these changes was to the DSLAM port rate, which resulted in an increase of the cost of a 1. The second was an increase in line rental for iiPhone. Michael Malone said in regard to both changes, "We're disappointed in the changes to our broadband arrangements and line rental prices from Telstra Wholesale and we're challenging this.
On 18 ApriliiNet requested a trading halt pending the release of an announcement. Two days later, it suspended its shares from quotation. Initially, the company advised it intended to resume trading on the ASX the following week, but on 21 April, a local newspaper, WA Business News, speculated that "One line of thought is that uncertainty on behalf of iiNet's bankers, will result in the company embarking on a capital raising to address concerns over banking covenants, and provide its bankers with a measure of confidence.
The company announced on 11 May that updated financial figures for the previous year would not be released for "one to two weeks". On 18 May, WA Business News agreed with the West's claim that takeover offers were being evaluated, however contradicted the claim that Malone had been sidelined.
They'll need to remain focused on consolidating their assets after what is expected to be a large drop in iiNet's share price when the stock resumes trading. On 31 May, Amcom Telecommunications announced it had acquired a However, as of some marketing copy is identical, suggesting at the very least a degree of back-office collaboration now exists.
As part of the Westnet acquisition, iiNet's online gaming presence was closed in August with operations being moved to the former Westnet gaming site 3FL. The purchase of AAPT increases iiNet's total broadband subscribers to more thanand total active services to more than 1, The sale process was completed at the end of August, with Adam becoming a subsidiary of iiNet.
Michael Malone, Managing Director of iiNet, went on to state that "AFACT is arguing that they don't want to talk to the police, and we should just cut the customers off". Products and services[ edit ] iiNet Limited provides Broadband and IP telephony communication services to consumers and business customers.IiNet customer service promises to make good failures in their connections.
I have been promised many times for credit of dropouts and slow speeds but never given the credit. No matter how many phone calls of 3+hrs I have had they still fail/5(K). In addition to cheap ADSL2+ plans, we provide a range of cheap nbn™ and fibre broadband plans as well as a range of mobile services.
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We provide NBN and ADSL broadband, Internet, telephone, IPTV and SIM plans across the nation. We provide NBN and ADSL broadband, Internet, telephone, IPTV and SIM plans across the nation.
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Scroll down to find out more about our plans and pricing. ISP iiNet has indicated it will launch revised broadband plans in "one-to-two months" to counter aggressive price and quota competition from Telstra.
The Perth ISP's chief Michael Malone briefly.