TPG bundles free mobile with NBN plans

Alex Kidman 31 October 2017 NEWS

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Sign up for 18 months to score 3 months of mobile service.

In the NBN space, there's fierce competition between providers as the national network rollout enters its second half of construction and deployment. TPG's latest deal to entice NBN-ready consumers rests on its mobile phone service, with qualifying NBN plans getting free mobile service for 3 months as part of the bundle.

So what do you need to do in order to qualify? Any TPG Mobile plan qualifies for the deal, but you must sign up for an 18 month TPG NBN deal. TPG's month-to-month NBN plans do not qualify.

The benefit you get is 3 free months of TPG Mobile service on any TPG plan tier, and after that time it operates on a month to month basis. If you wanted to maximise that value, you could score a quarter of a year's service with unlimited standard national calls and texts as well as 12GB of data, a plan which normally costs $24.99 per month at current rates.

TPG is one the nation's largest telecommunications companies with multiple ISP brands under its group umbrella, as well as a mobile business that's set to expand in 2018 when it launches its own mobile network. However, for now, mobile service under the TPG Mobile umbrella is provided on the Vodafone 4G network.

Interested in a TPG NBN plan? Here are their current deals for you to compare:

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