TPG offers no lock-in contract plans across all 6 NBN speed tiers, with unlimited data.
While TPG doesn't offer introductory discounts on its full range of NBN plans, its prices are still pretty reasonable.
Its NBN 12, NBN 25 and NBN 1000 plans are slightly more expensive than the average price found on Finder, but its NBN 50, NBN 100 and NBN 250 plans are slightly cheaper than the average.
Selected TPG plans come with the option to BYO modem. It has a modem rebate scheme, where if you purchase a modem from a third-party retailer within 30 days before or after signing with TPG, it will credit your account with $100. This can be used to pay for future charges.
However, should you need a new modem, you can buy one from TPG for $99.95. This is relatively cheap compared to the average price of modems in Finder's database of about $145.
TPG will waive the cost of your modem if you stay connected to it for 6 months. This is the shortest period of time to get a free modem out of the NBN providers in Finder's database that offer this.
TPG's NBN 250 and NBN 1000 plans require you to BYO compatible high-speed modem and do not include a phone service.
Things to watch out for:
- If you want to cancel your TPG NBN plan, you need to provide written notice 30 days in advance.
- Although TPG will cover the cost of your modem if you sign up on a 6 month contract, an additional delivery fee of $10 applies.
TPG offers 2 kinds of home wireless broadband plans: 4G and 5G, both on the Vodafone mobile network.
Its 4G plan is capped to 20Mbps for $54.99 per month, which is cheaper than all of TPG's NBN plans. It's decent value, but only if you don't mind the limited speeds.
If you're an existing TPG customer, the 4G home wireless plan is only $49.99 a month. They also offer existing customers a 100GB data limited home wireless plan, which is only $44.99 a month.
If you're after 5G home internet, TPG offers 2 unlimited data plans. For $59.99 a month, you get max download speeds capped at 50Mbps. If you want more speed, you can pay $64.99 a month for maximum download speed of 100Mbps. This latter plan is $25 a month cheaper than the regular ongoing price of its NBN 100 plan, which features equivalent speeds.
Things to watch out for:
- If you want to cancel your TPG home wireless or 5G home broadband plan, you need to provide written notice 7 days in advance.
- TPG requires you to use its provided modem on its 4G home wireless plan. Your modem costs $0 if you stay connected with it for 24 months. If you leave before that time, you need to return the modem in good condition to TPG. If you don't, you'll be charged $8 for every month remaining in your first 24 months.
TPG's Fibre to the Building plans are only available to customers in eligible buildings that are connected to its private fibre network.
If you're within its coverage, you get similar speeds as a TPG NBN 100 plan for the same ongoing price.
- Keep in mind: These plans shouldn't be confused with the NBN, where "Fibre to the Building" denotes a different kind of connection.