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TPG includes 80 countries in new bundle

Nermin Bajric | Aug. 12, 2013
ADSL2+ with home phone bundle created on back of customer demand.

Telecommunications and Internet service provider (ISP), TPG, has introduced a new $88 ADSL2+ with home phone bundle which increases the number of countries included on the unlimited call list.

According to TPG consumer general manager, Craig Levy, the 'Eighty Eight Bundle' was created in response to an increasing demand for unlimited international calls to countries not included in previous deals.

"This is the first deal of its kind in Australia," Levy said. "Offering unlimited calls to both landlines and mobiles in 80 countries is simply unthinkable for other providers."

TPG includes a full list of the countries included in the deal on its Web site.

In addition to these unlimited international calls, the bundle offers unlimited local and standard national calls to landlines, unlimited calls to TPG mobile numbers, and a Wi-Fi modem.

The Eighty Eight Bundle is available on a 24-month contract with a minimum charge of $2221.95 for new residential customers.


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