Australia - Broadband - DSL Providers in 2009

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Last updated: 26 Apr 2011 Update History

Report Status: Archived

Report Pages: 7

Analyst: Paul Budde

Synopsis

In 2009 though there were more than 600 Internet Service Providers in Australia, the retail fixed broadband market was dominated by a small number of firms. Telstra provided nearly 43% of services and had more than four times as many retail subscribers as the second largest player, Optus, with around 11% of the market. iiNet and TPG each helds around 8% of the market, and Primus helds an estimated 6%. The remaining 24% of the market was shared between the remaining 600-plus small and medium-sized providers.

This archived report has a brief overview of all those major providers as there were in 2009.

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