Internode Naked ASDL2+ Plans

March 15, 2008 at 3:22 am | Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

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Internode have beaten TPG to the market with ADSL/ADSL2+ broadband plans that do not require a third party line rental account such as Telstra. On average, Internode state that there is about a $20 saving per month.

Through a network agreement with Optus Wholesale, Internode will offer Naked ADSL2+ from $59.95 a month including a NodePhone1* telephone service. Since customers can save money by no longer paying for a third party phone line rental fee (typically $30 per month), this prices the Naked ADSL2+ service at a nett cost of as little as $29.95 per month – or less, if low cost call charges are included.

There is an setup cost of $149 and then you can say goodbye to your analogue line. But if you require fax or back-to-base security monitoring, then you will still need a standard phone line connection.

There are cheaper options such as going with TPG value plans and a budget Telstra line connection, however Internode are known to provide one of the highest quality broadband services in Australia.

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Google releases "official" Outlook Sync

March 10, 2008 at 4:40 am | Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

I have been using Google Calendar for some time now as I can:

  • Access it on any PC
  • See multiple calendars at a time (colour coded)
  • Share Calendars
  • Send out invites
  • Receive notifications on events via SMS and/or Email.

I still prefer to use Microsoft Outlook 2007 and have wanted to sync my Outlook and Google calendars together. I have used several custom sync tools that have been slow and buggy.

Google have now officially released a sync tool. 🙂

You can download the FREE software from here.


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