TPG goes unlimited with new broadband plan

The ADSL2+ Unlimited plan is currently only available for Sydney customers

TPG has launched a $75 a month unlimited ADSL2+ broadband plan. The plan was initially announced on the Whirlpool broadband forum last month.

The ADSL2+ Unlimited plan is currently only available for Sydney customers. The broadband plan is set to roll out nationwide once TPG completes its backhaul upgrade.

The TPG ADSL2+ plan does not come with a naked option, but TPG is offering line rental for $1 a month plus a $10 minimum call charge.

TPG's Fair Usage Policy reserves the right to disconnect or shape users "making excessive use of our service." No specific quota is defined as excessive in the policy.

AAPT launched an unlimited broadband plan earlier this year.

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