TPG stops mobile network rollout after Huawei 5G ban in Australia

After spending $1.2B yet TPG has decided to give it a miss?  Why would they do that?

WHY not go and find equipment from somewhere else?

Is it because they have a cosy arrangement with Huawei?

TPG stops mobile network rollout after Huawei 5G ban in Australia

By Peter Ryan on The World Today

TPG has ceased its rollout of its mobile network after the Federal Government banned the use of Huawei equipment for Australia’s 5G mobile network.

Huawei spokesman Jeremy Mitchell tells ABC’s Peter Ryan the reduced competition means consumers will end up paying more.

 

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Paul Budde, telco analyst

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