This seems like a decent deal if you have TPG 5G broadband coverage. Cheaper than NBN. Cheaper than Telstra, Optus and Vodafone 5G broadband.
It's worth a trial as there is no contract, 1st month free.
Existing TPG customers get $5/mth discount as well.
Apparently they have their own 5G network, or possibly share with Vodafone as they were merged last year, TPG Telecom expands standalone 5G network.
They seem more accessible than the Telstra 5G Home broadband offer, I tried a few addresses that got declined by Telstra address checker, but were accepted by TPG.
No lock in contract
$0 5G Modem^
$0 Activation Fee
Try it free for a month
If you're not 100% satisfied within the first month, then simply return the modem within 21 days of providing notice of cancellation^.
Connect as soon as your modem arrives - no technician needed.
WiFi Modem included
Dual-band AC Wireless for your in-home WiFi.
5G fast for browsing, emails, social media, HD and 4K streaming.
^Modem non-return fee will apply if service is cancelled within 36 mths of first connecting to 5G Home Broadband or if your order is withdrawn by us, and the modem is not returned.
Techy types should be aware that 5G Home Broadband uses CG-NAT. Carrier-grade NAT (Network Address Translation) is a type of network that assigns services with a private IP address, instead of a dynamic public IP address. Our network will then translate that private address into a public address. This means that the following items (which depend on internal NAT) will not work on 5G Home Broadband:
*Hosting web, email or file servers internally
*Smart Home systems (e.g. accessing security camera footage remotely, home automation and printers)
*Remote Access (i.e. accessing your home computer or devices from another location)
Carrier-grade NAT can give you a strict NAT with some online games.