TPG Telecom relaunched its wholesale broadband business as a functionally separate arm called Vision Network.
Formerly known as FTTB Wholesale, the new unit is the result of TPG’s proposed functional separation of its operations in 2021. Vision Network includes network infrastructure acquired from Pipe Networks and TransACT, as well as TPG’s own deployments. TPG fiber.
The unit’s infrastructure footprint includes fiber to the building and fiber to local area networks in metro Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth; a fibre-to-the-node network in Canberra and hybrid fiber coaxial networks in Geelong, Ballarat and Mildura in Victoria.
“Vision Network is our standalone wholesale broadband arm that has been designed to bring ultra-fast, super-competitive broadband services to the retail market,” said Jonathan Rutherford, TPG Telecom Group Director for Wholesale, Enterprise and the government.
“With data demand increasing every year, it’s vital that businesses and consumers can access ultra-fast speeds at great prices. Vision Network’s combination of high-speed broadband technologies and the extended reach of our network position us as an excellent alternative to NBN services.
Vision Network has also adopted a pricing model similar to TPG’s recently unveiled G.fast broadband services, with monthly charges for unlimited downloads, instead of consumption-based charges or overage link charges.
In addition to broadband packages ranging from 25/5 Mbps to 100/40 Mbps, some customers can also benefit from gigabit services on the G.fast network.
“Our wholesale business has been our best-kept secret for a while, but now we’re ready to launch Vision Network and give customers more choices when it comes to accessing ultra-broadband services. -quick,” Rutherford said.
“With Vision Network, service providers will benefit from greater cost certainty at a time when customers are more dependent on their home broadband connection for work and play.”