TPG Telecom is launching a new digital-only, app-based mobile service called Felix.
The new service will join TPG Telecom’s suite of brands Vodafone, TPG, and iiNet, and use the telco’s existing mobile network.
To use Felix’s mobile services, users will need to sign up through the Felix app and will then receive a SIM card, TPG Telecom said.
Touted as being powered by 100% renewable energy, TPG Telecom CEO Inaki Berroeta said Felix is the first step in the merged company’s sustainability focus.
“Environmental sustainability is important to us, and it’s important to our customers, shareholders, and the community,” Berroeta said.
The prices of Felix’s offerings have not been released yet, but they will be made public in a month’s time, the telco said.
The release of the pricing will coincide with the service’s launch, which will be available in the coming weeks.
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