TPG is an Australian telecoms provider, competing with the likes of Telstra for market share.
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TPG has reported a jump in yearly profit by 15 percent as the company plans to offer services on its fibre to the basement product this month in direct competition with the NBN.
Australia's competition watchdog will not prevent telecommunications company TPG from rolling out fibre to the basement in metropolitan areas directly in competition with NBN Co.
Telecommunications company TPG has been handed a AU$400,000 fine by the Federal Court for failing to connect 193 calls to the Triple Zero emergency call service.
NBN Co has announced it will target apartment blocks and offices in CBD's in a "commercial response" to companies like TPG planning large-scale network rollouts to those areas.
As debate rages over TPG competing against NBN Co, TPG has released its unlimited plans for services on NBN Co's network, which the company says were only possible through its large fibre infrastructure assets.
While the Australian government decides the fate of NBN competition, TPG is already building its fibre to the basement network and has live trial customers.
A rise in uptake of TPG's ADSL2+ bundles has helped offset a decline in the number of stand alone broadband customers for the ISP.
TPG has called on the government to allow it to compete against the National Broadband Network with its own fixed network in competitive areas.
Megaport founder Bevan Slattery has claimed that TPG is denying its competitors access to Pipe Networks' datacentres in a move that could have ramifications for TPG's fibre-to-the-basement plans.
TPG has emerged as the telco set to take AAPT off Telecom NZ's hands for AU$450 million.
TPG has argued in the High Court of Australia that consumers are aware that they have to pay for line rental when taking out a broadband service.
Internet service provider TPG plans on expanding its fibre-to-the-building offering to 500,000 places in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, and Perth.
Australian telecommunications company TPG has committed to purchasing capacity on the new Hawaiki subsea cable set to connect Australia, New Zealand, and the US.
Australian internet service provider TPG has reported a 41 percent jump in profits to AU$78.3 million for the first half of the 2013 financial year.