[clug] broadband ISPs in Canberra
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Fri Sep 24 02:07:41 GMT 2004
> Talking about internode, do we have any ISPs in Canberra that offer
> wireless hotspots?
Just keep an eye on Internode, they have of course the citilan in
adelaide (still free to node users when there, pending the final
bedding down). They also have a significant relationship with
Unwired, so there will be wireless offerings coming to canberra.
> On 2004 Sep 24, , at 11:47 AM, John wrote:
> >> Dear Canberra Linux users,
> >> I am moving to Canberra next week, starting postdoc research at
> >> ANU.
> >> I'd like to hear what broadband providers you might recommend.
> > Strongly recommend Internode http://internode.on.net
> > assuming you can get adsl then internode is a quality provider, not
> > necessarily the cheapest, but certainly have the quality service and
> > support. Linux friendly with mirrors available which do not count
> > in your downloads. also have some excellent streaming services,
> > internet radio which does not count in downloads.
> >> I'm a Debian developer, so I'll need a fair bit of bandwidth to
> >> cover those activities (though I might be able to leverage ANU's
> >> mirror for updates). I estimate 5-10GB per month would be plenty,
> >> though unlimited might perhaps be nice. A static IP address would
> >> be optional, but again, may be nice.
> > Check out their plans you won't be disappointed.
> >> I'll be living in Charnwood to start with but might move closer to
> >> ANU later (anyone looking for a housemate?).
> > Hope this helps,
> > John
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