iiNet Limited was established in 1993 and has grown from a small Perth business into the second-largest DSL Provider in Australia by late 2010. iiNet has its own high-speed ADSL2+ network covering millions of households across Australia, and also has the largest VoIP network in the country.
The company delivers communications services across Australia that include: Fixed-voice, mobile and internet services; High-speed broadband data; Business data housing and cloud-based services; Wireless broadband; Naked DSL, VoIP, IPTV; Fibre-to-the-Home.
The company provides innovative services to its residential customers including FetchTV (IPTV), BoB a wireless modem, phone and USB charging station while business customers are able to use multiline VoIP, hosting, SHDSL and hardware options.
iiNet has been buying up smaller ISPs over the last few years as it prepares to become one of the first retail service providers in the NBN Co trials in Armidale in 2011. The acquisition path has continued into late 2011 as the company acquired ACT based telco TransACT and ISP Internode in a deal providing the company with a large subscriber database. By 2012 the company is grabbing a large slice of the broadband market and is moving further into the business and mobile market.
In this report we provide an overview of the company including analysis by BuddeComm with facts and figures on the company operations in text, tabular and easy-to-read chart formats.
iiNet buys Adam Internet; Fibre-to-the-Home (FttH) developments, FttH service launches in Perth; iiNet sells TransACT fibre assets to NBN Co; significant revenue rise; IPTV, VoIP, NBN, revenue, cloud-based operations; company financial and operating data to FY2013.