TPG Mobile Plans
TPG's simple prepaid plans offer plenty of value at every price point.
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TPG has been around for a long time in the mobile market and has a basic set of prepaid plans on offer for cost-conscious customers. Unlike most MVNOs, TPG actually owns a fair bit of its own network infrastructure.
- Six-month discount on plans for new customers.
- Prepay balance for easier data top-ups.
- Network reaches 22 million Australians.
Compare TPG's prepaid mobile plans here
Pick from one of TPG's prepaid mobile plans and get a discounted price for the first six months.
TPG's PAYG mobile plan
TPG's pay-as-you-go (PAYG) plan lets you just pay for the usage you need, perfect for users who don't need a lot of data or don't use their phone all that much.
TPG review: Why choose it?
TPG has simple prepaid plans without too many bells and whistles, offering good value for the first six months and okay value thereafter. Plans also include:
- Prepay Balance. When purchasing a prepaid plan, you can stick some money into a Prepay Balance. If you go over your plan's data cap, money will be automatically deducted from this balance at a rate of $10 for 2GB of extra data to cover excess usage.
- International minutes. The most expensive prepaid plan comes with 100 international minutes you can use to chat to people in other countries.
- Six-month discount. The first six months on a TPG plan will come at a heavily discounted rate.
- Monthly PAYG expiry. The usual idea behind PAYG plans is that with low use you can make the credit last a long time. Having it expire every month defeats that.
- Automatic billing. TPG automatically recharges your card or account seven days before the next billing period. You can't choose when or how to recharge.
- No extras. TPG's plans are nice and simple, but lack any features for users to take advantage of.
TPG network coverage
TPG currently uses the Vodafone 3G and 4G networks, covering around 22 million Australians.
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