TPG launches unlimited HFC NBN plans from $59.99


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)”.


  1. Is it just me, or are the NBN plans getting more expensive? I remember looking up iiNet ones early on and realising I could get the same speeds/cap I was on with Telstra (100Mbps/200Gb) at almost half the price with iiNet, and I could better than than double the DL cap for the same I was spending with Telstra Cable…

    Anyone know of a site that might have been tracking the historical data on the pricing?

    • I’ve been saying prices have been going up. You simply can’t get the Dodo plan I signed up to Skymesh with any more. NBN is $10-$20/month more expensive across the board compared to 1.5 years ago.

    • When they said Cheaper, they meant Cheaper for the government. MTM is obviously going to be more expensive for the consumer, because the operating expenses are higher.

  2. Mobile data? It is mentioned a lot however no reference on the TPG site, is it meant to be “calls to mobiles”?

    • I think Daniel just had a brain fart and meant calls to mobile rather than mobile data (the lower plans are “Au Mobile: Pay as you go”, while the XL is “Au Mobile: Unlimited”.

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