Friday, 27 May 2022 10:32

TPG halves mobile plans for its customers


TPG is reducing the cost of its mobile phone plans by half, allowing mobile customers to save more for six months.

For example, new customers could receive a whopping 25GB of data on their mobile plan for just $12.50 a month for their first six months with TPG.

These discounts will be offered across TPG’s SIM-only, no lock-in contract plans and will be redeemable by new mobile customers when they sign up and stay connected to a new plan.

“At a time when the cost of living is going up, we are bringing prices down so new customers can try TPG and experience the great value we consistently provide,” said TPG general manager Arthur Panos.

The mobile plan offer is available for TPG only.

The discounts on TPG’s SIM only mobile plans are as follows:

12GB of data – now $10/month for first six months of plan ($20/month thereafter)
25GB of data – now $12.50/month for first six months of plan ($25/month thereafter)
45GB of data – now $15/month for first six months of plan ($30/month thereafter)
60GB of data – now $20/month for first six months of plan ($40/month thereafter)

TPG’s 4G mobile network reaches over 22 million people across Australia.

The plans provide customers unlimited national Talk & Text to standard AU numbers, a range of data options, $0 SIM delivery, and a no lock-in contract.

Customers with TPG broadband can make further savings with bundling discounts. After the six-month discount period has passed on their new mobile plan, customers can save up to $10/month on selected plans when bundling their eligible mobile and broadband plan.

The offer started on 25 May 2022 and will be available until withdrawn. Customers can access this deal online by visiting TPG's website or by calling TPG’s customer support team at 13 14 23.

This first appeared in the subscription newsletter CommsWire on 26 May 2022.

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