Pacnet partners with Telstra's for ADSL2+ services

The companies have reached an agreement which will also see Pacnet providing a range of Telstra services across its own customer base.

Pacnet Australia has signed a business agreement with Telstra Wholesale which will see it offer a range of ADSL2+ broadband services on Telstra's network.

The services will utilise Telstra's entire ADSL2+ infrastructure, allowing Pacnet access to over 1,400 DSLAMS Australia-wide.

The plans, which will start at $74.95, are aimed at the business market, although some consumer plans will also be available.

The agreement will also allow Pacnet to offer a suite of telecommunications solutions from Telstra across both voice and data services.

These include PSTN, USDN, ADSL1 and ADSL2+. It also applies to international services such as International Private Lines (IPL) and Internet transit.

The deal is valued at over $35 million per anum.

Pacnet owns and operates EACC2C – a 36,800 km submarine cable to Asia. The cable network has a design capacity of 10.24Tbps.

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Dylan Bushell-Embling

Computerworld
Topics: pacnet, ADSL, Telstra
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