TPG is an Australian telecoms provider, competing with the likes of Telstra for market share.
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TPG has become the latest internet service provider to launch a broadband plan featuring a total of a terabyte of monthly quota, following launches by iiNet and Primus this week.
Internet service provider TPG has accidentally revealed the email addresses of hundreds of its business customers in a billing email sent out today.
Shortly after former Alcatel-Lucent executive Mike Quigley stepped on board as the first employee and leader of the National Broadband Network Company (NBN Co) in mid-2009, a new term entered the lexicon of Australia's telecommunications sector: "retail service provider" or RSP.
Internet service provider iiNet has agreed to buy AAPT's consumer operations for up to $60 million from Telecom New Zealand, edging out rival TPG.
Speculation about a deal that could see national broadband provider iiNet pick up a chunk of embattled Telecom New Zealand subsidiary AAPT is likely to rapidly intensify today with the news iiNet has halted trading of its shares.
Following yesterday's earnings downgrade issue by Telecom New Zealand chief Paul Reynolds, analysts now doubt whether Telstra can meet its earnings guidance and have urged Telstra to drop its mobile pricing.
For $5000 you could buy a round the world air ticket — maybe even two — a Prada handbag, or a dozen Apple iPads later this month. Or you could buy 1GB of mobile data on TPG's $49.99 Super Cap plan when you go over the 500MB per month cap.
iiNet has acquired fellow internet service provider Netspace for $40 million.
Reclusive ISP executive David Teoh is the richest technology executive in Australia, according to Business Review Weekly, which has placed the TPG founder's stockpile at $488 million.
While major telcos have reported significant growth in mobile broadband customers, TPG Telecom's mobile phone subscribers shrank by 12,000 customers over the past six months.
Pipe Networks will disappear from the Australian Stock Exchange for good from close of trading today, following court approval of its sale to internet service provider TPG.
Pipe Networks' shareholders have voted to approve a $373 million deal that will see the company acquired by TPG Telecom.
TPG and iiNet are neck and neck in terms of customer numbers, battling it out for the position of third largest provider. Will the company that comes out on top with the most customers be the ultimate winner, or will other factors come into play?
ZDNet.com.au this week contacted all of Australia's largest ISPs regarding their stances on the government's internet filter. Almost every ISP supported the measure in some way, but iiNet and Internode were ambiguous in their responses.
The potential acquisition of Pipe Networks by SP Telemedia has raised the question about whether vertically integrated backhaul providers will mean higher wholesale prices for ISP customers.