TGP broadband internet
TPG is an Australian broadband internet service provider with its head office in Sydney. TPG began almost 20 years ago as a provider of IT systems and services and is now one of the larger Australian internet service providers offering ADSL, ADSL2+ and Naked DSL services. TGP is a .common misspelling of TGP broadband so make sure you have found the broadband provider you are looking for.
TPG also offers VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) on a number of its broadband plans. VoIP calls enable TGP customers to make cheap local, national, mobile and cheap international calls over the internet. A VoIP service with TPG cannot currently replace a home phone service as it is only used for outgoing calls. TGP customers will still need an active home phone service for all TPG ADSL and ADSL2+ broadband plans. TGP does not currently offer VoIP on its Naked DSL broadband plans.
TPG ADSL speeds range from 256kbps up to an 8000kbps broadband plan. ADSL2+ broadband plans offer speeds up to 24,000kbps. For beginners TGP offers a 256kbps ADSL broadband plan with 8GB of monthly downloads for only $29.95. If ADSL2+ is available in your area, you can take advantage of a high speed ADSL2+ broadband plan with 2GB of download every month for only $29.99 a month. For those who want to download more TGP has a range of ADSL and ADSL2+ broadband plans with large monthly download limits at some of the cheapest prices in the Australian broadband market.
A new ADSL connection with TGP will incur a $59.95 setup fee on all plans. All ADSL broadband plans are offered on a six month contract.
ADSL2+ connection fees will depend on the contract period subscribed to. On an 18 month contract with TPG there is no connection fee. On a 12 month contract you will need to pay the $59.95 setup charge.
Naked DSL connection fees are $149.95 on a six month contract or $79.95 on an 18 month contract.
You will need to a modem to run a TPG broadband subscription. You can bring your own or purchase one from TGP when you sign up. TPG only offer full technical support on modems they have supplied.
Signing up to a TGP ADSL or ADSL2+ broadband plan will generally take up to five working days for installation. A Naked DSL connection can take up to 10 working days with TPG. TPG technicians will always try to connect a service as fast as possible to get you online quickly.
TPG customer service and technical assistance is open every day. TGP customer service hours are 8am to 7.30pm Monday to Friday and 9am to 6pm on weekend. Technical assistance is available from 8am to midnight on weekdays and 9am to 9pm over the weekend.
TGP recently merged with SOUL communications, a large Australian home phone service provider. The merging of two of Australia’s cheapest telecommunications providers should result in some very competitive home phone and internet bundles in the near future.
TGP has some of the cheapest ADSL2+ broadband deals on the market in Australia and recently also released a range of competitive Naked DSL broadband deals.
TGP is rolling out ADSL2+ infrastructure across Australia and now has considerable networks in most capital cities. You can call CompareBroadband to see if a TGP ADSL2+ service is available in your area and make sure you are subscribing to the best plan for you individual needs.