The iiNet Blog: bigger, better, bloggier…


All the iiNet Blog regulars amongst you would notice this space had some serious work done recently. If you’re a first-time visitor, believe us – the Blog has come a long way.
It’s now easier than ever to find articles on topics of interest, plus our new whiz-bang responsive design technology guarantees a clean and crisp appearance whether you’re reading on a PC, laptop, smartphone or tablet.

In 2012 we’re building our monthly customer newsletters with content direct from the iiNet Blog. Customer-related content, company news, industry updates and competitions are all pulled directly from our online soapbox – plus we’re now including Westnet folks in all the action.

Scrolling through Blog entries is a thing of the past, with categories making it easier than ever to read up on all things ‘net. Articles are now grouped by topic – such as Malone’s Corner, Learn With iiNet or Entertainment – so you can find what you’re after in just a few clicks.

Part of the success of the new Blog belongs to you, our readers. Your feedback has been vital in deciding what stays, what goes and the topics you want to read up on. So thank you, keep the comments coming.

And let’s not forget the great support we get from the Facebook friends and Twitter followers, who keep their fingers on iiNet’s social media pulse for news and updates as they happen. We’ve streamlined social media connections on the new iiNet Blog so jump on board if you’re yet to get involved.

This industry moves at a pretty frantic pace, so to make sure our readers always have something new to discover we’ve put together a special editorial team to provide daily Blog updates – so keep an eye out for new articles on a range of tech-topics.

See, we told you the iiNet Blog’s come a long way.


  1. Ian Gorton says:

    I live at Halls Head Mandurah and receive a sub-standard service via my wi fi modem which relies on Vodafone. I am quite satisfied with IInet. Please contact me with a solution otherwise I will consider changing my carrier.

    With thanks.

    • Adam O'grady says:

      Hi Ian,

      If your having difficulties with an iiNet service, give us a call on 13 22 58 and our Support team will be there to help you out. If you’re looking at getting a new iiNet service, give our Sales team a call on 13 19 17 and they can look at the best plans and options for you.


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