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TPG NBN Typical Evening Speeds (updated 26/06/18)

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TPG NBN Typical Evening Speeds


You may have seen TPG's amazing value NBN plans advertised with a typical evening speed. This helps inform our customers about the speeds you can expect during evening peak times (7pm - 11pm) when most internet users are at home using their NBN service. 


TPG NBN typical evening speeds (for NBN technologies FTTP, FTTN, HFC, FTTB - all except Fixed Wireless) are:


Speed Tier

Typical Evening Speed (7pm - 11pm)

Ideal For

Standard (nbn12)


  • Essential use
  • 1-2 users
  • Speed similar to DSL

Boost (nbn25)

Discontinued, for existing customers only


  • Streaming single HD video
  • Families
  • Better speed than DSL

Fast (nbn50)


  • Streaming multiple HD videos
  • Heavy users
  • Much faster than DSL

Superfast (nbn100)


  • Stream 4k videos
  • Concurrent heavy users
  • Best NBN speed



TPG delivers these typical evening speeds by:


  • Carefully managing the capacity we purchase from NBN Co to ensure performance on TPG NBN plans
  • Fully owning and operating our world-class voice and data network, including intercapital fibre to carry traffic from the NBN network to our core network, and a submarine fibre optic cable to give customers a great international browsing experience


 Most popular TPG NBN plans:


We have a range of plans so you can choose what best suits you. Our most popular plans are:



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Unlimited plans start from $59.99/month on the Standard (nbn12) Speed Tier, but for just $10/month more why not go more than 3 times faster on our Fast (nbn50) plans?


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Level 1
Do customers on the 25mbps plan need to change their plan to get moved to the 50mbps plan or will this happen automatically?

@Korrynl At this time we won't be automatically moving customers to new plans, however you can upgrade your plan via

Level 3

Interesting that TPG's typical evening speeds are different from Telstra and Optus.

Looks like TPG is the best for evening download speeds on the NBN 12Mbps and the NBN 50Mbps plans?