TPG shareholders have voted in favour of a $fifteen billion merger with Vodafone Hutchison Australia, with a court hearing the only issue now among the two telcos coming with each other.

VHA claimed TPG’s shareholders “voted in favour of the scheme of arrangement to merge the two companies” and also to “change the enterprise identify from TPG Telecom Constrained to TPG Company Constrained.”

TPG claimed in a money filing that ninety nine.ninety nine percent of shareholders existing voted in favour of the merger.

“Today is a significant milestone in the merger course of action and matter to closing court approval, we will be bringing VHA and TPG with each other in two-and-a-50 percent months,” VHA main government officer Iñaki Berroeta claimed in a statement.

“The merger will develop a top whole-company telecommunications service provider which will be very well-positioned to drive much better competitiveness in the market and provide rewards to prospects and shareholders.”

Courtroom orders will now be sought at a hearing scheduled for Friday June 26 at the Supreme Courtroom of NSW.

Approval then would pave the way for the merger to be powerful from June 29, together with the identify alter and suspension of TPG shares from investing below the code TPM.

The newly-merged TPG would trade below the ASX code ‘TPG’ from Tuesday June thirty.

It would be “a house of brand names that includes Vodafone, TPG, iiNet, Lebara, AAPT and Internode”.