Australia - Industry Analysis 2003 - 2004

Synopsis

The total market, including telecommunications equipment is worth $38 billion, growing to $40 billion in 2004. The services market will grow with 6.5% this year and we predict a 7.4% growth for 2004. Optus will, by 2005/6, become the market leader in mobile, based on revenues. Telstra is successfully defending its fixed voice market, with still in control of approx 80% of this market. By 2003 the value of the data market had grown to over $8 billion, growth for 2004 is again expected to be above 15%.

Table of Contents

  • 1. Synopsis
  • 2. Australian market growth: 6% in 2003 and 7% in 2004
  • 3. Optus set to become mobile revenue leader in 2005/6
  • 4. Telstra remains strong in its core voice business
  • 5. The dying market of independent voice competitors
  • 6. Data and broadband markets
  • 7. Government regulations remain a problematic area
  • 8. Australia telecommunications reports 2003/2004
  • 9. Other key findings of the reports
    • 9.1 Telecommunications revenues and market shares
    • 9.2 Fixed voice services
    • 9.3 Mobile market
    • 9.4 Data and broadband
    • 9.5 Telecoms equipment market
    • 9.6 Marketing and Advertising
    • 9.7 Digital TV
    • 9.8 Competition, regulations, privatisation
    • 9.9 Residential, business, government, regional markets
    • 9.10 Mayor players
  • 10. Related reports
  • Table 1 – Revenue telecoms services market – 1999 - 2004
  • Table 2 – Revenue growth telecoms services market – 1999 - 2004
  • Table 3 – Market share mobile revenues network operators – 1999 - 2004
  • Table 4 – Retail market share of data services: Telstra, Optus and SPs – 1999 - 2004

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Last updated 19 Aug 2003
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Analyst: Peter Lange

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