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TPG (ISP)TPGTPG Telecom logo.svgTypeSubsidiaryIndustryTelecommunicationsFounded1986; 35 years ago as Total Peripherals GroupHeadquartersNorth Sydney, AustraliaArea servedAustraliaNew ZealandSingaporeServicesInternet service providerOnline televisionMobile telephonyRevenueIncreaseA$2.495 billion (2014)[1]Operating incomeIncreaseA$890 million (2018)[1]Net incomeIncreaseA$396 million (2018)[1]Total assetsIncreaseA$832.4 million (2014)[1]Total equityIncreaseA$832 million (2014)[1]Number of employees5,083 (July 2016)[2]ParentTPG TelecomWebsite
TPG is an Australian internet service provider that specialises in consumer and business internetservices as well as mobile telephone services. As of August 2015, TPG is the second largestinternet service provider in Australia and is the largest mobile virtual network operator. As such,it has over 671,000 ADSL2+ subscribers, 358,000 landline subscribers and 360,000 mobilesubscribers, and owns the second largest ADSL2+ network in Australia, consisting of 391ADSL2+ DSLAMs. It also operates in New Zealand and Singapore.The company was formed from the merger between Total Peripherals Group, which wasestablished in 1986 by David and Vicky Teoh, and SP Telemedia in 2008. In August 2018, TPGand Vodafone Hutchison Australia announced their intention to merge, with TPG holding a49.9% stake in the merged company.[3] In February 2020, the Federal Court of Australia decidedagainst an objection by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission opposing thatmerger.[4]TPG provide five ranges of products and services including Internet access, networking, OEMservices, mobile phone service and accounting software.On 13 July 2020, Vodafone Hutchison merged with TPG Telecom via a scheme of arrangements.TPG Telecom was renamed to TPG Corporation Limited and delisted from ASX, with VodafoneHutchison taking on the TPG Telecom name.[5]Contents1History1.1Post-merger acquisitions
1.2Ventures2Subsidiaries3Divisions3.1TPG Internet3.1.1Unlimited broadband3.1.2IPTV3.2TPG Systems3.3TPG Software3.4TPG Boomerang TV3.5TPG Mobile3.6AAPT4Subscribers5ACCC lawsuit6See also7References8External linksHistoryTotal Peripherals Group was established in 1986 by Malaysian-born Australian businessmanDavid Teoh, as an IT company that sold OEM computers and later moved to provide internet andmobile telephone services.[6]
In 2007, TPG took a 70 per cent controlling interest in then struggling Adelaide internet provider

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