TPG is an Australian telecoms provider, competing with the likes of Telstra for market share.
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Australian telecommunications company TPG has won an appeal, reducing its AU$2 million fine for misleading ads to just AU$50,000.
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.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has announced that it will appeal a court decision that found that most of TPG's broadband ads were not misleading.
The Full Bench of the Federal Court has today overturned most of a ruling that found that TPG broadband ads were misleading.
TPG's investment in ISP rival iiNet is all about having a seat at the table in the event of any takeover of the company, iiNet has said.
ACMA has filed proceedings in the Australian Federal Court against TPG over allegedly failing to give access to emergency call services.
Ever more stretched by the NBN's market restructure, small ISPs must work harder to differentiate — or hand over the reins to those who have.
TPG has become the first ISP to offer unlimited data on the NBN.
On-net customers are the only ones worth having. iiNet has to get more of them through organic growth if it is to reduce its costs per customer.
TPG will free customers misled by its 2010 advertising campaign from their contracts after submitting an undertaking to the Federal Court.
Telecommunications giant TPG has been lumped with a $23 million tax bill following backdated changes to tax law impacting the company's 2010 acquisition of Pipe Networks.
After seven months of deliberating, the Federal Court has fined TPG $2 million for misleading ads dating back to 2010.
TPG has paid $13,200 in fines to a consumer regulator "tired" of having to pull up telcos for misleading advertising.
Telstra has finally signed the wholesale-broadband agreement with NBN Co, paving the way for it to offer commercial services on the new National Broadband Network (NBN).