Articles about TPG
TPG has made a bid for on-demand specialist IntraPower, which the telco said would help it move into the corporate and government market.
Internet service provider TPG has announced half-year net profits of $33.8 million, up 23 per cent from the previous half-year.
Organisers behind the annual Sydney Festival have inadvertently committed a privacy breach by sending an email to users that displayed the contents of its mailing list.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has been dealt a blow in its lawsuit against national broadband provider TPG over the company's $29.99 'Unlimited' ADSL2+ plan, with the judge in the case denying the regulator's application to freeze TPG's advertisments until the case is finalised.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has branded TPG's unlimited broadband plan advertisements as false and misleading, and has announced that it intends to take the telco to court next week.
Co-founder and chief executive officer (CEO) of Pipe Networks Bevan Slattery has resigned his post.
Internode late last week speculated that Telstra's wholesale division was giving some retail internet service providers better deals because they hadn't built out their own competitive broadband infrastructure like Internode, iiNet and TPG.
Internet service provider TPG has one-upped itself in the ongoing battle for bandwidth supremacy by releasing a new unlimited plan for a minuscule $29.99 per month.
Internet service provider (ISP) TPG has fired the latest volley onto the bandwidth battlefield, offering "unlimited" broadband plans available from today.
iiNet today revealed it would provide Tasmanian NBN customers with full 100Mbps speeds on all plans and the option of a terabyte data quota to truly get the benefit out of the fledgling fibre service.
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.