What is TPG Naked ADSL2?

If you have an existing phone line connected at your premise, you can convert that into a TPG Naked DSL internet connection. One rule is though, your phone line has to be active, with the ability of making and receiving calls prior to calling up TPG to get connected. Once your service has been cutover to TPG's internet service you can then disconnect the landline and active phone number at the premise. The 'Naked' represents a stand-alone internet connection with no voice service attached, otherwise known as a local loop (ULL). Just check prior to organising a naked DSL connection that you aren't requiring a fax and back to base alarm, as those functions will not work should you have no dial-tone. Any ADSL2+ modem is compatible with a TPG Naked DSL connection.

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