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TPG provides a wide range of Internet plans that service almost a million Australians. Depending on where you live, we have a range of available products from our Ultrafast On-Net Fibre to the Building to our award winning NBN Plans. You can be sure that all of our plans provide outstanding value for money and excellent service.

 

WHAT IS FTTB?

TPG Fibre to the Building (FTTB) is a high speed broadband service delivered using our own fibre optic network that has been installed in many metro apartment buildings across Australia.

Our fibre is run directly into the communications room of the apartment building and from there individual units are connected via internal cabling using a technology called Very-high-bit-rate Digital Subscriber Line 2 (VDSL2).

As there is only a short run of copper (and in some newer buildings fibre goes all the way) from the communications room to each apartment, FTTB can support extremely fast connection speeds.

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WHAT IS NBN?

The National Broadband Network (NBN) is an Australian Government led initiative that aims to ensure that all homes in Australia can achieve a minimum standard of connection to the Internet.

The NBN has moved to a multi-technology mix for their rollout, with a variety of different ways you could be connected.

For people in densely populated areas, you will likely be connected via Fibre to the Premise (FTTP), Fibre to the Node (FTTN), Fibre to the Building (FTTB), Fibre to the Curb (FTTC) or Hybrid Fibre Coaxial (HFC) and for people in more remote areas Fixed Wireless may be available.

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What is ADSL?

Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line (ADSL) is a method of transmitting data directly over a phone line to your home from the local telephone exchange. There, the lines connect to a Digital Subscriber Line Access Multiplexer (DSLAM), which is an interface between your phone line and TPG’s dark fibre network, providing a direct path from the telephone exchanges into the TPG core network.

Connection speed is dependent on the length of the copper telephone lines running from the exchange to your address as well as the condition of the copper, however the majority of TPG customers achieve download speeds in excess of 11Mbps.

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FIND OUT HOW TPG CAN CONNECT YOU TO THE INTERNET TODAY!

Compare some of our most popular plans below and learn more about the individual technologies we use to get you connected.

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50000
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TPG FTTB CUSTOMERS
400000
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TPG NBN CUSTOMERS
500000
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TPG ADSL CUSTOMERS
950000
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TPG BROADBAND CUSTOMERS

EXTRA DETAILS

Modem
INCLUDED MODEM

Our NBN and FTTB plans include an amazing 802.11 AC1600 wireless modem/router. This allows high speed data transfer wirelessly, letting you stream 4K throughout your home.

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TYPICAL EVENING SPEED

Typical Evening Download speed is measured between 7pm and 11pm. The actual speeds for the service may be slower and vary due to a number of factors.

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TPG AND NBN FTTB DIFFERENCE

With TPG FTTB you're connected directly to our network rather than detouring via NBN's network. This results in fewer hops between you and what you're looking for online, leading to a more seamless experience.