TPG FTTB vs NBN FTTB
Many people may be under the impression when NBN becomes available in an area, it will be the only broadband service available in that area. This is not the case for all situations.
Did you know that TPG has been rolling out its own Fibre to the Building (FTTB) Network in some areas where NBN is also available? This is a win for everyone as competition and choices are always good for consumers.
What is Fibre To The Building anyway?
TPG Fibre to the Building (FTTB) is a high speed broadband service delivered using our own fibre optic network that has been installed in many metro apartment buildings in Australia, enabling Ultrafast download speeds from 50 to 100Mbps.
TPG FTTB is a truly awesome product which is delivered completely by TPG (bypassing NBN and Telstra), connecting directly to TPG’s massive national and international internet and voice network.
Why choose TPG FTTB?
Now that you have the choice, this article explains why you shouldn’t just automatically pick NBN if TPG FTTB is available at your home. Below are a few benefits of TPG FTTB.
Ultrafast speed - Everyone in your home can stream HD movies even at typical Australian peak times between 7pm and 11pm. With our FTTB product, you can stream 4k content on multiple devices without suffering the buffer!
TPG FTTB isn’t affected by the shutdown of the copper network
For more information or to check TPG FTTB availability, visit our FTTB page.
Thanks to our team member Rafa D. for contributing to this article!
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