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NetComm And Foxtel Team Up For $80 Powerline Adapters

By Mendelson Tiu | Monday | 25/10/2010

NetComm and Foxtel have signed a supply agreement that will allow Foxtel subscribers to get a 200Mbps powerline adapters with AC pass-through for $80.

According to NetComm, by plugging its 200Mbps Powerline Adapters into any power point, users will easily be able to connect their FOXTEL iQ box to the Internet with no setup or configuration required. The NetComm Powerline Adapters will be available from November 15 by calling Foxtel.

The NP204 features a built-in AC pass-through giving users back a power point to utilise for other products. It claims to have advanced filtering that is able to protect data signal and 'will not be disrupted by electrical noise from these devices.' Enhanced Quality of Service (QoS) also provides guaranteed bandwidth reservations for multimedia IP streams.

NetComm's General Manager, Danny Morrison said, "With an upsurge of Internet devices being used in the home, it is important that Australians can experience the benefits of simple, fast and reliable online networking using their existing infrastructure. As a global leader in networking technology we released our first powerline product in December 2005 and have since created a more advanced range with data rates of up to 200Mbps. The very latest technology incorporates wireless N; and in our quest to remain at the forefront of technological innovation we continue to work on delivering even faster data transfer speeds."

The NetComm 200Mbps Powerline Adapter is available to FOXTEL subscribers for a one-off cost of $80.

This offer is exclusive to FOXTEL subscribers only and they must call FOXTEL direct on 131 999 to order the device.

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