TPG Internet sells many internet services, such as dialup, ADSL, ADSL2 , fibre and SHDSL broadband access, email services, website and domain name hosting, IPTV, Vo IP solutions and virtual phone cards.TPG also include plans and bundles on the National Broadband Network (NBN).
Soul Converged Communications, formally known as Comindico, was an Australian telecommunications company based in Sydney.
Soul's main activities revolve around telecommunications, with business and home and small business divisions.
It was also stated in the statement that the Board of Directors of Intra Power recommended the shareholders of the company approve the transaction.
TPG offered $8.60 per ii Net share, on top of the entitlement to the already-declared 10.5 cent interim dividend, valuing ii Net at about 21 times its underlying net profit for 2014.
TPG Boomerang TV was a subscription television service that operated using PAS 8.
However, TPG subsidiary ii Net still acts as a Mobile Virtual Network Operator on the Optus network, as does TPG subsidiary Internode. It is Australia's second-largest internet service provider and largest mobile virtual network operator.Subscription-based channels are expected in the future.TPG Systems was an OEM of PCs, laptops and servers.The deal was approved by shareholders on 27 July, This made TPG Australia's second-largest ISP by customer volume after Telstra.On , TPG won a .5 million bid for two 10 MHz spectra of the 2.5 GHz band in Australia.As such, it has over 671,000 ADSL2 subscribers, 358,000 landline subscribers and 360,000 mobile subscribers, and owns the second largest ADSL2 network in Australia, consisting of 391 ADSL2 DSLAMs.The company was formed from the merger between Total Peripherals Group, which was established in 1986 by David and Vicky Teoh, and SP Telemedia in 2008.In 2007, TPG took a 70 per cent controlling interest in then struggling Adelaide internet provider Chariot.David Teoh shored up TPG's role as Chariot's parent company a year later, in April 2008, and then quickly followed up with the 5 million reverse takeover of SP Telemedia to bring Soul, Chariot and TPG under the one banner.In the Sydney area, Free To Air Broadcasters are also made available.The current channels, predominately news-oriented, are all free.