TPG Telecom Launches Australia’s Newest Wholesale Broadband Provider Vision Network

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TPG Telecom positions Vision Network as a functionally separated wholesale arm providing broadband services.

Formerly known as FTTB Wholesale, Vision Network was relaunched by TPG Telecom on September 21, 2022. The newly created division is the outcome of TPG’s anticipated functional split of its activities in 2021. Along with TPG’s fibre deployments, Vision Network also includes network infrastructure purchased from Pipe Networks and TransACT.

This wholesale broadband service aims to provide connections to more than 400,000 residential markets in Australia. The company promises to give consumers access to a superfast broadband network spread throughout its planned areas. This includes:

Hybrid Fibre Coaxial in Geelong, Ballarat and Mildura, Victoria; 

Fibre-to-the-Building (FTTB) and Fibre-to-the-Premises (FTTP) in metropolitan Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth;

And Fibre-to-the-Node (FTTN) services in Canberra, ACT.

The provider offers their customers a simple pricing structure and unlimited data quotas. The plans range from 25/5Mbs to 100/40Mbps and can go as fast as one gigabit per second or 1000 Mbps in its G.Fast footprint. The system has a monthly charge for unlimited downloads, similar to G.fast broadband services. This implies that wholesale clients do not need to be concerned about excess fees or consumption-based charges like those employed by other broadband wholesalers regarding backhaul fees associated with service provisioning.

“Vision Network is our standalone wholesale broadband arm that has been designed to bring superfast and super competitive broadband services to the retail market,” stated Jonathan Rutherford, TPG Telecom Group Executive Wholesale, Enterprise and Government.

Rutherford added, “With Vision Network, service providers will receive greater cost certainty when customers rely more heavily on their home broadband connection for work and play.”

Vision Network disclosed plans to welcome new access seekers to the network and said it is in early talks with many who are prepared to sign up soon.

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