Epitome: TPG muscles in on NBN territoryBy Elliott Richardson and Craig Daveson in Epitome on Friday, 26th February 2021 at 9:48am
Business | TPG Telecom is making use of its full suite of technology as it focuses on shifting customers onto its own services and away from the NBN.
Simon Dux from CommsDay writes that TPG predicts it will save $50m for every 100,000 customers it shifts onto its own infrastructure, with the company ramping up its 4G and 5G offerings. He adds that TPG has already shown its ability to move large numbers of customers around after it managed to upgrade 417,000 customers to a 100Mbps tier, making it the dominant player at that level.
Ry Crozier at iTnews also had that story, writing that TPG’s savings projection is based on an average cost of $45 per user, per month if they’re connected via the NBN. TPG added that its 5G network is now Nokia-based after Huawei was b...
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