news Internet provider TPG has announced a host of broadband plus phone plans offering unlimited NBN via hybrid-fibre coaxial (HFC) cable starting at $59.99 per month.
Offered in three maximum download connection speeds, the unlimited data deals kick off with the Standard plans’ speeds of up to 12Mbps, and pay-as-you-go calls and mobile data at the basic SL level ($59.99).
For 10 bucks more, on the Extra Bundle plan, you’ll get unlimited local/national and 13/1300 calls, 100 minutes of international calls, and pay-as-you-go mobile data.
The XXL plan for $79.99, gives unlimited local and national calls, unlimited international calls to select countries, unlimited mobile data, but pay-as-you-go 13/1300 calls.
Moving up a gear to the Boost deals, which give users a slightly more respectable max download speed of 25Mbps, the base-level $69.99 SL plan will buy you unlimited data and pay-as-you-go everything else.
The $79.99 XL plan includes unlimited local/national calls, 100 minutes of international calls, and pay-as-you-go 13/1300 calls and mobile data.
The XXL package at $89.99, offers unlimited everything (international calls are to selected countries) except 13/1300 calls are pay as you go.
The Superfast plans offer download speeds of up to 100Mbps and unlimited data kicks off with the XL deal for $99.99 – offering unlimited local/national calls, 100 minutes of international calls and pay-as-you-go 13/1300 calls and mobile data.
XL, at $109.99, adds unlimited mobile data and unlimited international calls to selected countries.
Should you be a light web user, there are also options for limited data download plans which we have not listed here. All plans and T&Cs can be seen on TPG’s website.
It is worth noting that a Wi-Fi modem is included in all plans, though a $10 delivery fee applies unless you collect your package. A “no lock in” contract will incur a one-off set up fee of $99.95, while signing an 18-month contract has no set up charge.
TPG also adds that the Standard speed option has a maximum upload line speed of up to 1Mbps, Boost has a maximum upload line speed of up to 5Mbps, and the Superfast option has a maximum upload line speed of up to 40Mbps.
Additionally, the firm states, the “monthly charge and setup pricing is based on customers agreeing to waive the Customer Service Guarantee (CSG)”.