The plans are divided into ‘Standard Speed NBN’ and ‘High Speed NBN’ categories, all of which include unlimited data allowances. There are no lock-in contracts, allowing customers to switch from plan to plan based on speed and usage requirements.
The standard packs are priced from $59.99 per month for download speeds of up to 12 megabits per second (Mbps). A $69.99 bundle adds unlimited local and standard national calls to landlines and 100 international minutes. There is also a $79.99 bundle that expands on the $69.99 deal with unlimited calls to standard Australian mobiles and unlimited international calls to selected countries.
The high speed plans are priced from $89.99 per month for download speeds of up to 100Mbps. There are also $99.99 and $109.99 options with the same inclusions as the corresponding standard plans.
TPG charges a $99.95 setup fee for each contract, but includes a Wi-Fi router.
According to TPG general manager, Craig Levy, the company is able to offer unlimited broadband plans as it owns fibre connecting to NBN's points of interconnect and inter-capital bandwidth following its purchase of AAPT from Telecom NZ, completed in February.