Australia - Market Overview 2002

Synopsis

Broadband revenues growing to over $1,000 per residential connection per annum;. Telstra lowered wholesale and retail pricing but still dominates xDSL market;. Download limits became a mainstay, causing problems fro content developments;. Telstra also dominates cable services through its Foxtel network;.

Table of Contents

  • 1. Highlights
    • 1.1 Broadband
    • 1.2 E-commerce and e-services
    • 1.3 Internet
    • 1.4 Mobile
  • 2. Broadband
  • 3. E-commerce and e-services
  • 4. Internet
  • 5. Mobile
  • Table 1 – Australian broadband households – mid 2002

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Last updated 29 Apr 2002
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