|Founded||Adelaide, South Australia (1998)|
|Headquarters||Adelaide, South Australia|
|Simon Hackett, Founder|
Agile Communications is a licensed national telecommunications carrier based in South Australia and was the first South Australian based company to gain this license. The company is the wholesale subsidiary of ISP Internode. The company was founded by Managing Director Simon Hackett and is based in Adelaide. Internode was bought out by iiNet in 2012 and iiNet itself was acquired by TPG Telecom in 2015.
In October 2003, Agile installed its own equipment in the Telstra exchange at Meningie, South Australia to provide ADSL to a town where Telstra was yet to provide broadband ADSL. This made it the first exchange in Australia where ADSL was available, but not through Telstra.
The national network currently extends to Adelaide, Melbourne, Brisbane, Sydney, Perth, Canberra and Hobart. In 2005, Agile extended their national network to the US with points of presence in Los Angeles and San Jose.
From 2007 Agile designed and rolled out a broadband service using licensed fixed WiMax radio technology across the Coorong and Yorke Peninsula regions of South Australia. The service was retailed to customers by Internode and regional Internode resellers.
The Agile International network has become the core of the international network of iiNet and Internode following the acquisition of the Internode company group by iiNet.
- "SA town gets broadband - without Telstra". The Age. 2003-10-03. Retrieved 2006-12-11.
- "Agile bid to join peering arrangements". The Age. 2003-06-17. Retrieved 2006-12-11.
- "Internode Improves Business Connectivity Between Australia and United States". Cisco Systems. 2005-03-03. Retrieved 2006-12-11.
- "Internode restarts broadband rollout in Yorke and Coorong" (Press release).