List of buildings with TPG Fibre to the Building

Discover the apartment blocks where TPG has installed high-speed FTTB broadband.

Broadband Offer

TPG FTTB Superfast Bundle Unlimited $59.99 1 Month



Min. Total Cost of $189.94

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90 Mbps

Download Speed

As our upload and download requirements increase, it's important to have the internet speeds required to keep up with the demands of growing online applications and movie streaming. TPG has begun installing Fibre to the Building (FTTB) in selected apartment blocks around metropolitan Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, Brisbane and Perth to bring download speeds of up to 100mbps to residential buildings at a very competitive price.

TPG's FTTB retail arm, Wondercom, offers unlimited broadband and home phone at speeds of up to 100 mbps for $69.99 per month. The plan includes a free modem, unlimited local and national calls and 100 international minutes with no set-up fee on an 18 month contract. Wondercom also offers a 6 month contract option with a $99.95 set-up fee.

Use the map below to view buildings where TPG's FTTB service is currently available.

FTTB not available in your building? Check out these NBN plans instead:

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