Tangerine ranked fastest growing telco in Asia-Pacific

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Tangerine Telecom, a leading Australian nbn® and mobile provider, has been ranked in the 2023 Financial Times High-Growth Companies Asia-Pacific list for the third year in a row.

Tangerine's placing at number 28th on the 2023 list is up from its inaugural placing of 39th in 2021.

Of the 15 telecommunications providers on the list, Tangerine placed 1st.

Additionally, out of the 63 Australian companies to make the list of 500, Tangerine placed 5th making it one of the fastest growing companies in Australia.

Commenting on Tangerine's recognition, Co-Founder & CEO Andrew Branson said "making the Financial Times list three years in a row and being recognised as the fastest growing telco in the Asia-Pacific region is a significant achievement for us. We started out as a small telco provider back in 2014 but have grown to be one of the leading value driven providers in what is a very competitive market."

"We believe that our success is a result of our commitment to putting our customers first. We are continuing to see record sign ups and customer acquisitions across both nbn® and mobile thanks to our competitive pricing and fantastic customer service."

"We are proud to push the boundaries and continue to offer our customers a pipeline of new products, services and plans including the eero 6+, 5G mobile broadband and more generous data inclusions."

"This win is also a huge morale boost for our staff as it recognises the years of hard work that have gone into making Tangerine one of our regions fastest growing companies."

This recognition also builds on Tangerine's other recent award wins including being named’s Best Internet Service Provider for 2023 and WhistleOut's Best Fixed Wireless nbn® provider and Best Unlimited nbn® provider for 2022.

The prestigious Financial Times ranking identified companies in the Asia-Pacific region with the strongest revenue growth between 2018 and 2021 and is compiled in conjunction with international data firm Statista.

Find out more about the 2023 Financial Times High-Growth Companies Asia-Pacific list here.

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