Compare TPG fixed wireless NBN plans

Regional Aussies looking for top-value NBN plans will find a lot to like in TPG's fixed wireless offerings.


What you need to know about TPG's fixed wireless plans

TPG's fixed wireless NBN plans deliver high-speed broadband Internet to regions of Australia where traditional fixed-line broadband can't reach. Instead of using underground cables, fixed wireless connections transmit data over the air from large transmission towers to antennae installed on a customer's roof. This approach uses the same 4G technology that mobile phones rely on, but because the equipment doesn't move around, the connection is typically more stable than on a phone.

Because fixed wireless connections are susceptible to more interference than cable connections like FTTP and FTTN, TPG doesn't support the two fastest NBN speed tiers on its fixed wireless plans. However, it does offer a range of data caps, as well as home phone bundles with both pay-as-you-go calls and unlimited calls available.

TPG offers all its fixed wireless plans on both 18-month and month-to-month contracts, with the same monthly cost no matter which one you choose.

What are the different TPG fixed wireless plans?

TPG's fixed wireless plans come in four variants with differing speeds and data caps. At the low end, its Fixed Wireless S bundle includes 100GB of monthly data (50GB on-peak and 50GB off-peak) and speeds of up to 12Mbps along with unlimited local and national calls. The Fixed Wireless M bundle bumps the data cap to 250GB on-peak and 250GB off-peak plus adds in unlimited calls to Aussie mobiles.

The Fixed Wireless SL bundle increases the maximum Internet speed to 25Mbps and comes with unlimited data but only pay-as-you-go calls. Capping off TPG's plans is the Fixed Wireless XXL bundle which upgrades the SL bundle with unlimited local and national landline and mobile calls, unlimited international calls to 11 countries and 500 minutes of monthly talk time to India.

How much do TPG's fixed wireless plans cost?

Pricing on TPG's fixed wireless plans starts at a month for the Fixed Wireless S bundle and increases to $69.99 a month for the M bundle and the SL bundle and a month for the XXL bundle.

Opting for a month-to-month contract will incur an additional set-up fee of . This fee is waived on 18-month contracts. However, if you sign up for 18 months and decide to cancel your service early, you'll have to pay an early termination charge of up to $350 depending on how long you have left on your contract.

TPG doesn't charge excess data usage fees, instead slowing your Internet speed down to if you go over your monthly limit.


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