TPG is an Australian telecoms provider, competing with the likes of Telstra for market share.
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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.
TPG Telecom has reported a second half year of growth in its mobile subscriber base, reversing years of decline following the purchase of Soul Mobile.
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).
TPG has called for the competition watchdog to regulate wholesale ADSL, claiming that the customers it lost when Telstra jacked up its wholesale DSL prices had overwhelmingly jumped to Telstra as a result.
Two weeks ago, we discussed how buying iiNet could expand TPG's network reach by 40 per cent. But there are many more reasons why TPG should be taking a hard look at its competitor from the west.
iiNet's purchase of Internode has given it a lot of new customers, but it's done little to expand the reach of iiNet's network. If TPG were to buy iiNet (or the other way around), that'd be a different story.
TPG's "unlimited" $29.99 plans were misleading because they failed to account for line rental, the Federal Court has ruled.
TPG Telecom has announced plans to offer services on Telstra's fibre network in South Brisbane, first approaching customers who will be forced to migrate to the service over the next 18 months.
It's too early to reveal commercial pricing for plans on the National Broadband Network, according to Australian internet service provider TPG.
Internet service provider (ISP) TPG has entered into the mobile broadband market with plans that it claims are up to 50 per cent cheaper than its competitors.
TPG has increased the monthly usage quota on its stand-alone ADSL2+ plans, and has standardised shaping speeds for when quotas are exceeded.
TPG has made a bid for on-demand specialist IntraPower, which the telco said would help it move into the corporate and government market.