The carrier has been voted Australia’s top broadband co – beating rivals Telstra and TPG.The ISP was given the overall highest satisfaction rate with 95 percent of their 200,000 customers stating they were “very” or “fairly” satisfied with their internationally-linked IPv6-enabled network.
This is compared to arch rivals Telstra BigPond who had 69% satisfaction, followed by TPG at 86%, and iPrimus with 72%, although Internode had the highest rating.
Both Optus, 3 and Vodafone recorded drops in consumer satisfaction during six months from June to November last year.
Overall, it appears Aussies were happier with their ISPs – 73 percent were happy with their service provision, with several of the major providers recording increases in satisfaction among its consumers.
The survey carried out by Roy Morgan research surveyed more than 6000 Australian Internet customers during the six months to November 2010.
Earlier this month, Internode said they had enough 32-bit IPv4 address space for users to last three to five years as the Internet globally starts to runs out, saying new users will be assigned two kinds of ‘addresses’ in a parallel ‘dual stack’ arrangement.