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TPG’s Internode Gonged

TPG-owned Internode, a provider of Internet services, has won a gong in the Roy Morgan group’s monthly Internet Service Provider Customer Satisfaction Award.

Morgan has not been exactly speedy in getting the news out: the award is for its actions in June.

TPG in fact took the two top places for that month, with its iiNet outfit finishing in second place.

Roy Morgan CEO Michele Levine said Internode’s “excellent customer satisfaction result in June” was strengthened by the fact that only 4.5 percent of Internode customers have indicated they are likely to switch fixed broadband service providers in the next year:

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