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Compare TPG ADSL2+ plans

TPG built its brand by offering great value ADSL2+ plans. Compare what it has to offer.

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What you need to know about TPG ADSL2+ plans

After a number of high-profile acquisitions and mergers, TPG now holds the title of the second-largest Internet service provider (ISP) in Australia, in large part thanks to its extensive ADSL2+ network.

While the country is transitioning to the NBN, TPG still has a wide range of ADSL2+ plans on offer for customers. These include standalone naked ADSL2+ plans, as well as ADSL2+ bundles, which come with home phone line rental as part of the monthly price.

For areas where TPG doesn't have its own infrastructure, the ISP also offers off-net plans that use Telstra's wholesale network to deliver Internet services.

Contract length depends on the type of ADSL2+ connection, with home bundles available on either an 18-month or a month-to-month contract and naked ADSL2+ plans available on a 6- or 18-month contract.

What are the different TPG ADSL2+ bundles?

TPG's ADSL2+ home broadband bundles include home phone line rental and broadband services in a single bill. You can choose your contract length (either 18 months or month-to-month), your data allowance (20GB, 100GB or unlimited) and your call inclusions (PAYG, Oz Talk, Big Talk or Extra Talk).

For the standalone ADSL2+ plans, contract length is a choice of either 12 or 18 months, while data inclusions sit at either 50GB, 150GB, 500GB or unlimited. Off-net plans come with either 50GB, 200GB, 300GB or 500GB of data, which are all available on a 6-month contract.

For the plans without unlimited data, the included data allowance is split between peak and off-peak usage. The one exception to this is the 500GB off-net plan, which lets you use your data at any time.

How much do TPG ADSL2+ plans cost?

When it comes to the ADSL2+ bundles, pricing starts at per month and goes up to per month, without any call inclusions. If you want to add a call bundle, TPG offers three tiers:

  • Oz Talk includes unlimited standard local, national and national mobile calls for $10 a month.
  • Big Talk includes unlimited local and standard national calls, plus 100 international minutes for $10 a month.
  • Extra Talk includes unlimited local, standard national and national mobile calls, plus unlimited international calls to 15 countries for $20 a month.

The set-up fee for home bundles is either $79.95 for an 18-month contract or $99.95 for a month-to-month contract.

Standalone naked ADSL2+ plans start at per month and go up to per month. If you opt for a 12-month contract, there's a $59.95 set-up fee as well.

Off-net ADSL2+ plans from TPG will cost between $39.99 and $99.99 per month, with a $59.95 set-up fee.


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