Australia - Industry Analysis 1999 - 2000 (History)


Growth for 2000 is predicted at an even slightly higher level, however now mainly driven by the explosion in data services;. Revenue in the fixed voice market is stagnating and will show negative growth from 2000 onwards;. New Telcos are struggling as they are stuck in the low margin voice-based services;. Growth in new mobile subscribers will be, as in 1998, around 16% - once again well below international benchmarks;.

Table of Contents

  • 1. Key industry highlights
  • 2. Market Share analysis
  • 3. Competition led by regulations
  • 4. The effects on Telstra
  • 5. The effects on C&W Optus
  • 6. The effects on other key players in the market
  • 7. New telcos are doing it tough
  • 8. From voice to high-speed multi-functional services
  • 9. Telstra is marking out its infrastructure territory
  • 10. Too late to jump the S-curve to e-services?
  • 11. New directions for the industry
  • Table 1 – Predicted effects of competition (+/- revenue growth) – 2000

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Last updated 8 Feb 2002
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Analyst: Paul Budde

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