iiNet and Internode users can now share unmetered content

Plans for unmetered access to Xbox Live and iTunes underway

iiNet and Internode customers will now be able to share access to the content libraries of each internet service provider without being charged from their monthly quotas.

The unmetered content sharing initiative enables iiNet users access to Internode’s service, such as files and patches, while Internode customers can access iiNet’s Freezone content and 3FL games servers.

All customers will also receive unmetered access to Internode Mirror, which contains downloadable open source software, as well as iiNet FTP Server.

Internode’s content manager, Heidi Angove, indicated plans for Xbox Live and iTunes content to be unmetered for its customers.

iiNet acquired Internode in January this year, which was worth around $105 million.

According to iiNet chief executive, Michael Malone, at the time, he said Internode was consistent with the ISP’s plans of building out scale in anticipation of the National Broadband Network.

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