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Australia - New Telcos - The Market in 2002

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Last updated: 1 Sep 2002 Update History

Report Status: Archived

Report Pages: 7

Analyst: Kylie Wansink


The failure of new telcos to embrace new business models has had disastrous consequences – the number of serious competitors has fallen from 12 in 1999, to nine in 2000 and only six in 2002, with further consolidation seen as a distinct possibility. Companies entering new industries such as the Internet, ASP and e-commerce (Web hosting, etc) have been far more successful. Although representing only a fraction of the total telecommunications industry, this market is expected to become a significant force during the 2003-2005 period. This report reviews the key issues that have led to diminishing competition and the future outlook for the telecom industry.

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