Broadband on the World Stage: Australia

Broadband on the World Stage: Australia

This IDC Market Perspective discusses the evolution of Australia's telecommunications industry to deliver a national broadband network, in comparison to New Zealand's journey to ultrafast broadband (UFB). "Australia and New Zealand both have similar national broadband goals around ubiquitous connectivity, improving the digital economy and reducing the digital divide," says Monica Collier, research manager, "but each has taken quite different approaches to achieve the goal, with different successes and learnings. With high speed mobile offerings looming, the future of the government-sponsored broadband networks is unclear."

Executive Snapshot
New Market Developments and Dynamics
Australia on the World Stage
The Starting Gate
"The Single, Largest Infrastructure Decision in Australia's History"
"Chucking a U-ey" — Australia Changes Course
The Here and Now
Different Approaches
Wholesale and Retail Pricing
Pricing Analysis
Price Strategy Shifts
Alternative Networks Getting a Fair Shake of the Sauce Bottle
Advice for the Services Provider
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