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2006 Australia - Telco Company Profiles - 2nd Tier Companies


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Companies include; AAPT, Amcom, Chariot Ltd, Commander Communications, engin, Hutchison Australia, iiNet, Legion Interactive, Macquarie Telecom, Neighbourhood Cable, Nextgen Network, People Telecom, Primus, PowerTel, Soul (SP Telemedia), Telecorp, TransACT, Unwired Australia and Vodafone.

Company overviews and structures.
Overview of the networks.
Financial Statistics and company strategies.
Major product groups and divisions.
Company analyses.


AAPT is Australia’s third largest telecommunications carrier offering local, national and international voice, data, mobile pay TV Internet services to business, corporate, government and residential customers.

Amcom is a second-tier telecommunications carrier providing fibre, DSL broadband and Internet services to the corporate, government and SME markets. Based in Western Australia, they have constructed over 820km of high-speed fibre optic networks in Perth, Darwin and Adelaide.

Chariot is the second largest ISP in South Australia after Telstra. It is currently ranked in the top 10 ISPs in Australia. The company’s ISP network is geographically spread across four states - South Australia, NSW, Victoria and Western Australia.

Commander Communication offers a complete set of telecommunications services bundled with telephone systems, computer systems, broadband Internet, VPNs and Web hosting. The company was originally a reseller of business telephone systems.

engin, is an Australian telecommunications company that provides Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) products services to both residential and business users in Australia.

Hutchison Telecommunications Australia launched Australia’s first 3G network and service - 3. 3 offers of content through its portal Planet 3 including live and on demand Mobile TV, full length audio and video music tracks and other information and entertainment services such as news, sport and finance.

iiNet is the third largest ISP in Australia, after the acquisition of OzEmail in 2005. This followed a previous major acquisition of New Zealand based ISP ihug. The company provides dial-up and broadband Internet access, including ADSL2+; web hosting, and VoIP services..

Legion Interactive is Australia’s leading provider of interactive communication services and the nation’s largest mobile marketing specialist. Legion’s core business groups include promotional marketing services, information and content aggregation, origination and publishing.

Macquarie Telecom is a supplier of ICT for the business and government markets. It provides a range of voice, data, mobile and hosting solutions to over 3,000 corporate and government customers in Australia and Singapore.

Neighbourhood Cable delivers a combination of pay TV, broadband data/Internet and VoIP telephony services over HFC cable networks that it has built in Mildura, Ballarat and Geelong in regional Victoria.

Nextgen Networks is a specialist telecommunications carrier which owns and operates Australia’s 3rd largest national fibre network of over 8,500km. It provides data networks and data solutions for other carriers as well as corporate and government customers.

People Telecom provides a range of telecommunication products and services including voice (mobile and fixed), data (broadband and VPN), and VoIP products. It utilises its own national data network and other carrier networks, equipment suppliers and other providers, including Telstra, Optus, and AAPT.

Personal Broadband Australia is a wholesaler of Australian broadband wireless services. It provides wireless personal broadband access services on a wholesale basis to distributors such as ISPs, ASPs, carriers, IT solution companies and mobile operators.

PowerTel provides data, voice and Internet services to corporate, government and wholesale customers through its own fibre optic and DSL network. This includes last-mile Fibre-to-the-Building (FttB) coupled with one of Australia’s largest DSL broadband networks.

Primus Telecommunications is a facilities-based total service provider offering telephony, data, ADSL2+, e-commerce, web hosting, VPNs and mobile services. Although the original focus was small to medium businesses, Primus’ customer base includes residential customers and large businesses.

Soul (formerly S P Telemedia) is a provider of IP telecommunications and multimedia services in the Australian marketplace. Services including voice, Internet and data solutions are provided to a customer base ranging from the consumer market through to the SME, corporate and government sectors.

Telecorp is a communications company focused on the prepaid market, providing value-added services to both the consumer and business markets.

TransACT is a Canberra based, privately owned company that builds and operates broadband communications infrastructure across Canberra. It delivers triple play communications services via voice, high speed data and video.

Unwired Australia provides wireless broadband Internet services to the residential, SOHO and SME markets, which has the ability to handle voice and data communications. The company uses technology developed by US-based Navini Networks.

Vodafone Australia is 100% owned by Vodafone Group Plc and is the third largest mobile carrier in Australia. The company’s GSM network currently covers 93% of the Australian population. In November 2005 Vodafone Australia launched its 3G network.

1. AAPT
1.1 Company information
1.1.1 Recent activities
1.1.2 Operating highlights and subscriber statistics
1.2 Financial results
1.2.1 Financial year 2006
1.2.2 Financial year to June 2005
1.3 Company analyses
1.3.1 The demise of AAPT
1.3.2 Perhaps not farewell to AAPT yet
1.3.3 Telecom in for more AAPT pain
1.3.4 Optus eats AAPT
1.4 Products and services
1.4.1 Residential
1.4.2 Business
1.5 The network
1.5.1 AAPT network
1.5.2 Network information
1.5.3 National infrastructure
1.5.4 Broadband access
1.5.5 International infrastructure
2. AMCOM TELECOMMUNICATIONS LIMITED
2.1 Company information
2.1.1 Fibre division
2.1.2 Amnet division
2.2 Financial results
2.2.1 Half year to December 2005
2.2.2 Financial results - 2005
2.3 Company analysis
2.3.1 Amcom - a star performer in a growing niche market
2.3.2 Amcom takes a stake in iiNet for a three-way consolidation play
2.3.3 Moving into DSL
2.4 The network
2.4.1 Overview
2.4.2 Network rollout
2.4.3 DSLAM rollout
2.4.4 SABRENet agreement
2.4.5 Network rollout to city of Salisbury
2.4.6 Barossa and Light Broadband Connectivity Infrastructure Project
2.5 Alliances and acquisitions
2.5.1 Arachnet
2.6 Products and services
3. CHARIOT LIMITED
3.1 Company information
3.1.1 Recent company activities
3.2 Financial results
3.2.1 Year ending June 2005
3.3 Analysis and strategy overview - mid 2006
3.4 Rollout of wireless broadband and VoIP services
3.4.1 Wireless broadband rollout
3.4.2 VoIP rollout put on hold
3.5 Chariot ISP acquisitions
4. COMMANDER COMMUNICATIONS LIMITED
4.1 Company information
4.1.1 Recent activities
4.2 Financial results
4.2.1 Half year to December 2005
4.2.2 Full year 2005
4.3 Subsidiaries and acquisitions
4.3.1 Volante Group
4.3.2 Personal Broadband Australia Pty Ltd (PBA)
4.3.3 Australia Star Communications
4.3.4 Samsung Communications
4.3.5 UniTel Australia
4.3.6 LSP
4.3.7 Ipex
4.3.8 Affinity
4.3.9 Commander Centres
4.3.10 Commander Online
4.4 Company analyses
4.4.1 Volante acquisition should create a sound platform for growth
4.4.2 Commander will offer the PBA service a better business model
4.5 Commander’s Network
4.5.1 Wholesale contract with DSLAM providers
4.5.2 Commander builds a NGN network
4.5.3 CRM and back office systems
4.6 Products and services
4.6.1 Voice systems
4.6.2 IT hardware and software
4.6.3 Internet and network access
4.6.4 Converged solutions
4.6.5 Support & maintenance Services
4.6.6 Software Licensing Solutions
4.6.7 Infrastructure Solutions
4.6.8 Managed Services
4.6.9 Strategic Consulting Services
5. DIGITAL DISTRIBUTION AUSTRALIA
5.1 Company information
5.1.1 FlowCom assets acquired
5.2 Parent company
5.2.1 WIN Television
5.3 The network
5.3.1 Wholesale network
5.4 Operations
5.4.1 Digital TV transmission
5.4.2 Wholesale telecommunications
5.5 Services
6. ENGIN LTD
6.1 Company overview
6.1.1 Market survey
6.1.2 Recent activities
6.2 Operating statistics
6.3 Products and services
7. HUTCHISON TELECOMMUNICATIONS (AUSTRALIA) LTD
7.1 Company information
7.1.1 Recent developments
7.1.2 Hutchison strategy update - July 2006
7.1.3 Operating highlights - 2006
7.1.4 Parent company - Hutchison Whampoa Ltd
7.2 Financial results
7.3 Company analyses
7.3.1 Industry leadership from Hutchison
7.3.2 Hutchison still a star performer but 3G arena heating up
7.3.3 Hutchison dumps music price
7.4 3G Alliances
7.4.1 Hutchison 3G Australia (H3GA)
7.4.2 3G network sharing agreement with Telstra
7.5 The network
7.5.1 3G ‘3’ network
7.5.2 2G CDMA Mobile network (formerly known as Orange Mobile)
7.5.3 Network management
7.5.4 Spectrum acquisitions
7.6 Products and services
7.6.1 3G
7.6.2 CDMA Mobile (2G)
7.6.3 Merging of 2G and 3G services
8. IINET LIMITED
8.1 Company information
8.1.1 Recent developments
8.2 Financial and operating results
8.2.1 Half year to December 2005
8.2.2 Financial results - 2005
8.2.3 Subscriber statistics
8.3 Company analyses
8.3.1 iiNet still in choppy waters
8.3.2 iiNet/PowerTel alliance should benefit both companies
8.3.3 Amcom enters the mix for a three-way consolidation play
8.4 Network and DSLAM rollout
8.4.1 Overview
8.4.2 Deal with Cisco systems for increased network capacity
8.4.3 Relative cost comparisons of DSLAM customers vs reselling via Telstra wholesale arrangements
8.5 Products and services
8.5.1 Home and SOHO
8.5.2 Business
8.5.3 Customer support
9. INTERNODE
9.1 Company overview
9.1.1 Recent activities
9.2 The network
9.2.1 DSLAM network rollout
9.2.2 WiFi network
9.2.3 WiFi net for Cibo Espresso
9.3 Products and services
9.4 Regional services - state government contracts
9.4.1 Coorong council - ADSL2+ network
9.4.2 Extension of SA government contract
9.5 Agile Communications
9.5.1 Company overview
9.5.2 Agile wins Maryland contract for broadband services
10. LEGION INTERACTIVE PTY LTD
10.1 Company information
10.1.1 Recent activities
10.1.2 Legion accelerates move into the multi-player game market
10.2 Business divisions
10.2.1 Legion Interactive mobile division
10.2.2 Legion Interactive Business solutions
10.3 Company analysis
10.3.1 Legion continues to pursue an aggressive growth strategy
10.4 Case studies of customer implementations
10.5 Products and services
10.5.1 Voice services
10.5.2 Mobile services
10.5.3 Specialist products
11. MACQUARIE TELECOM
11.1 Company information
11.1.1 Recent company activities
11.2 Financial results
11.2.1 Financial year - 2006
11.2.2 Financial year - 2005
11.3 Company analysis
11.3.1 Macquarie is well on track with network expansion
11.4 Data network
11.5 Metro Access Network
11.5.1 About the network
11.5.2 Rollout schedule
11.6 Services
11.6.1 Voice solutions
11.6.2 Data solutions
11.6.3 Hosting solutions
11.6.4 Mobile solutions
11.6.5 Satellite service
12. NEIGHBOURHOOD CABLE LTD
12.1 Company information
12.1.1 Company ownership
12.1.2 Recent company activities
12.1.3 Chatphone VoIP
12.2 Company analysis
12.2.1 Analysis - March 2005
12.3 The network
12.3.1 Mildura
12.3.2 Ballarat
12.3.3 Geelong
12.4 Products and services
13. NEXTGEN NETWORKS PTY LIMITED
13.1 Company information
13.1.1 Company ownership
13.1.2 Regional broadband alliances - SP Telemedia
13.2 Company analysis
13.2.1 Nextgen rises from the ashes
13.3 Nextgen’s network
13.4 Products and services
13.4.1 VPLS
13.4.2 Point-to-Point (SDH) services
13.4.3 Point-to-Point (Ethernet) services
13.4.4 Internet Connect services
13.4.5 Co-Lo services
13.4.6 Customised Data Solutions
13.4.7 Interoperability Testing Centre
14. PEOPLE TELECOM LTD
14.1 Company information
14.1.1 Recent company activities
14.1.2 Operating results
14.2 Financial results
14.2.1 Financial results - 2006 (half year to dec 2005)
14.2.2 Financial results - 2005
14.3 Company analysis
14.3.1 People Telecom continues to expand
14.4 Products and services
14.4.1 Internet
14.4.2 Mobile
14.4.3 Voice services
14.4.4 Data services
15. PERSONAL BROADBAND AUSTRALIA PTY LTD
15.1 Company information
15.1.1 Recent activities
15.2 Commercial rollout
15.3 The i-Burst technology
15.4 Company analysis
15.4.1 PBA’s new integrated strategy with Commander products is well underway
15.4.2 PBA to move into regional areas
15.4.3 Overseas developments in Europe
15.5 Parent company
15.5.1 Commander Communications
16. POWERTEL LIMITED
16.1 Company information
16.2 Key acquisitions and alliances
16.2.1 NTT Australia IP
16.2.2 Request Broadband
16.2.3 iiNet
16.2.4 Macquarie Telecommunications
16.2.5 British Telecom
16.2.6 Supplier relationships
16.3 Financial results
16.3.1 Half yearly - Dec 2005
16.3.2 2005-2006 Financial year highlights
16.4 Company analysis
16.4.1 PowerTel and iiNet alliance should benefit both companies
16.4.2 Amcom enters the mix for a three-way consolidation play
16.4.3 PowerTel consolidates on recent acquisitions
16.5 The Network
16.5.1 DSLAM rollout
16.6 Products and Services
16.6.1 Voice
16.6.2 Data and IP services
17. PRIMUS TELECOMMUNICATIONS AUSTRALIA
17.1 Company information
17.1.1 Recent activities
17.1.2 Subscriber statistics - 2006
17.2 Financial overview
17.2.1 Financial results - 2006
17.2.2 Financial results - 2005
17.3 Company analysis
17.3.1 Primus in dire straights - June 2006
17.4 The network
17.4.1 National network
17.4.2 International network
17.4.3 Network DSLAM rollout
17.5 Products and services
17.5.1 Internet services
17.5.2 Telephony services
17.5.3 Data services
17.5.4 Mobile services
17.5.5 Residential services
18. SP TELEMEDIA LTD (SOUL)
18.1 Company information
18.1.1 Marketing and sales strategy for 2006
18.1.2 Company divisional overview
18.1.3 Company re-alignments
18.1.4 Recent company alliances - 2006
18.2 Financial overview
18.2.1 Financial results - 2006 (half year only)
18.2.2 Financial results - 2005
18.3 Company analyses
18.3.1 New name: ‘Soul’ - I like it
18.3.2 SP Telemedia well placed to tap into further regional growth opportunities - September 2005
18.4 The Network
18.4.1 Overview
18.4.2 DSLAM network rollout
18.4.3 Soul partners with AARNet for NSW regional fibre link - June 2006
18.5 Products and Services
18.5.1 Soul trials IPTV in Newcastle - April 2006
18.5.2 New hosted solution in partnership with Cisco - June 2006
18.6 B Digital Ltd
18.6.1 Company overview
18.6.2 Subsidiaries and joint ventures
18.6.3 Strategic overview and analysis - 2006
18.6.4 Operating and subscriber results - 2006
18.6.5 Financial results - 2005
18.6.6 B Digital products and services
19. TELECORP LIMITED
19.1 Company overview
19.1.1 Recent activities
19.1.2 Company operating statistics - mid-2006
19.2 Financial overview
19.2.1 Financial results - 2006
19.3 Products and Services
19.3.1 CardCall
19.3.2 GOtalk BroadbandVoice
19.3.3 Business VoIP service
20. TRANSACT COMMUNICATIONS PTY LIMITED
20.1 Company information
20.1.1 Recent activities
20.2 Alliances
20.2.1 Comindico alliance
20.2.2 ActewAGL alliance
20.3 Service providers
20.4 The network
20.4.1 Network developments
20.5 Company analyses
20.5.1 TransACT’s FttH network rollout stalls
20.6 VoIP rollout
20.7 Products and Services
21. UNWIRED AUSTRALIA PTY LTD
21.1 Company information
21.1.1 Alliances and partnerships
21.2 Financial results
21.2.1 Financial results - six months to December 2005
21.2.2 Financial results - 2005 (full year)
21.3 Operating results - 2006
21.4 Company analyses
21.4.1 Strategic move from Unwired - partnership with google
21.4.2 Will Unwired survive?
21.4.3 Is Unwired going to make it?
21.5 The network
21.5.1 Overview
21.5.2 Network rollout
21.6 Products and Services
21.6.1 One-stop shop from customer homepage
21.6.2 IPTV developments
21.6.3 Recent product releases
21.7 Partnerships, alliances and distributors
22. VODAFONE AUSTRALIA
22.1 Company information
22.1.1 Recent company activities
22.1.2 Operating highlights - 2006
22.2 Financial results - 2006
22.3 Company analyses
22.3.1 Strong Vodafone performance but challenging road ahead
22.4 The Network
22.4.1 Overview
22.4.2 3G network
22.4.3 HSDPA network to launch later in 2006
22.5 Parent company - Vodafone Group PLC
22.6 Products and Services
22.6.1 Retail
22.6.2 Business
23. GLOSSARY OF ABBREVIATIONS
Exhibit 1 - AAPT at a glance
Exhibit 2 - AAPT interconnect agreements with international carriers
Exhibit 3 - AAPT international network
Exhibit 4 - Amcom at a glance
Exhibit 5 - Amcom’s core businesses - 2006
Exhibit 6 - Amcom products and services
Exhibit 7 - Chariot Ltd at a glance
Exhibit 8 - Chariot ISP acquisitions - 1999 - 2000; 2002 - 2005
Exhibit 9 - Commander Communications Ltd at a glance
Exhibit 10 - Commander activities and services
Exhibit 11 - Commander Communications acquisitions
Exhibit 12 - Volante Group Ltd - product and service overview
Exhibit 13 - Digital Distributions Australia at a glance
Exhibit 14 - engin Ltd at a glance
Exhibit 15 - engin products and services
Exhibit 16 - Hutchison Telecommunications (Australia) Ltd at a glance
Exhibit 17 - Hutchison spectrum acquisitions
Exhibit 18 - iiNet Ltd at a glance
Exhibit 19 - iiNet Broadband speed case study, Riverton exchange South Perth - March 2006*
Exhibit 20 - Internode at a glance - 2006
Exhibit 21 - Internode products and services - 2006
Exhibit 22 - Legion Interactive Pty Ltd at a glance
Exhibit 23 - BlueSkyFrog clients and partners
Exhibit 24 - BlueSkyFrog services
Exhibit 25 - Legion Interactive Business Solutions services
Exhibit 26 - Macquarie Telecom at a glance
Exhibit 27 - Macquarie Telecom data network PoPs
Exhibit 28 - Neighbourhood Cable Ltd at a glance
Exhibit 29 - Neighbourhood Cable networks - 2006
Exhibit 30 - Nextgen Networks Pty Ltd at a glance
Exhibit 31 - Nextgen’s VPLS network
Exhibit 32 - Nextgen network construction
Exhibit 33 - People Telecom Ltd at a glance - 2006
Exhibit 34 - Personal Broadband Australia Pty Ltd at a glance - 2006
Exhibit 35 - PowerTel Ltd at a glance
Exhibit 36 - PowerTel capital expenditure program - 2005 - 2006
Exhibit 37 - Primus Telecommunications Australia at a glance - 2006
Exhibit 38 - The Primus network
Exhibit 39 - Soul (S P Telemedia Ltd) at a glance
Exhibit 40 - SP Telemedia (Soul) - entities within the Group
Exhibit 41 - B Digital Ltd at a glance - 2006
Exhibit 42 - Telecorp Ltd at a glance - 2006
Exhibit 43 - Telecorp products and services
Exhibit 44 - TransACT Communications Pty Ltd at a glance
Exhibit 45 - Broadband ISPs over TransACT network - 2006
Exhibit 46 - Network FttC Coverage - 2006
Exhibit 47 - Unwired Australia Pty Ltd at a glance - 2006
Exhibit 48 - Vodafone Australia at a glance


Table 1 - AAPT consumer - Internet and broadband subscribers - 2005 - 2006
Table 2 - AAPT consumer - Fixed line, full service and bundled customers - 2005 - 2006
Table 3 - AAPT business customers - 2005 - 2006
Table 4 - AAPT - Internet and broadband subscribers - 2004 - 2005
Table 5 - AAPT calling minutes - national and international - 2003 - 2005
Table 6 - AAPT mobile subscribers and annual change - 2003 - 2005
Table 7 - AAPT revenue; consumer / business and annual change - 2001 - 2007*
Table 8 - AAPT revenue; consumer / business and annual change - 2001 - 2006
Table 9 - AAPT Business Telecommunication services and annual change - 2004 - 2005**
Table 10 - AAPT Consumer Telecommunication services and annual change - 2004 - 2005
Table 11 - Amcom customer breakdown - 2005
Table 12 - Amcom business segments - 2005
Table 13 - Half year results and annual change - 2004 - 2005
Table 14 - Operating revenue and annual change - 2000 - 2006
Table 15 - Half year results and annual change - 2004 - 2005
Table 16 - Number of subscribers and annual change - 1999 - 2005
Table 17 - Number of broadband subscribers - 2004 - 2005
Table 18 - Revenue and annual change - 2001 - 2006
Table 19 - Revenue and annual change - 2001 - 2006
Table 20 - engin VoIP customer base - 2005 - 2006
Table 21 - Overall customers and annual change - 1999 - 2006*
Table 22 - Customers by division - 2003 - 2005*
Table 23 - 3G customers - May 2006
Table 24 - Non-voice ARPU - 2004 - 2005
Table 25 - Average margin and acquisition cost per customer - 2004 - 2005
Table 26 - Operating revenue and annual change - 1997 - 2006
Table 27 - Key financial results - 2004 - 2005
Table 28 - Australia 3G subscribers by operator - mid-2006
Table 29 - Operating results and annual change - half year to December - 2004 - 2005
Table 30 - Revenue and annual change - 1997 - 2006
Table 31 - EBITDA and annual change - 2001 - 2005
Table 32 - Active subscribers - 1997 - 2006
Table 33 - iiNet - broadband subscribers - 2005 - 2006
Table 34 - Active subscribers - April 2005
Table 35 - Broadband subscribers - May 2005
Table 36 - DSLAM port cost vs wholesale DSL price - March 2006
Table 37 - Revenue, revenue mix and annual change - 2004 - 2005
Table 38 - Revenue overview and annual change - 1999 - 2006
Table 39 - Net profit (loss) - 2003 - 2005
Table 40 - Revenue, revenue mix and annual change - 2004 - 2005
Table 41 - Homes passed - 2003 - 2005
Table 42 - People Telecom - total customer base - 2005 - 2006
Table 43 - People Telecom - customer numbers by service - June 2006
Table 44 - People Telecom - broadband and mobile - 2005 - 2006
Table 45 - People Telecom - customer base by market segment - June 2006
Table 46 - Revenue and annual change - half year to December 2005
Table 47 - Pro-forma revenue and annual change - 2002 - 2006
Table 48 - Pro-forma revenue by division - 2004 - 2005
Table 49 - PowerTel revenue and annual change - 1995 - 2006
Table 50 - PowerTel net profit / (loss) - 2004 - 2005
Table 51 - PowerTel EBITDA - 2004 - 2005
Table 52 - PowerTel service revenue mix - 2004 - 2005
Table 53 - PowerTel revenue mix - channels to market - 2004 - 2005
Table 54 - DSL customers - 2005 - 2006
Table 55 - Total customers and Internet customers - 2005
Table 56 - DSLAM broadband and voice bundled customers - 2005 - 2006
Table 57 - Revenue and annual change - 1996 - 2006
Table 58 - SOUL - company structure by operating division - 2006
Table 59 - Revenue overview - 2001 - 2006
Table 60 - B digital customer numbers - 2005 - 2006
Table 61 - B digital key business metrics - 2005 - 2006
Table 62 - Consolidated revenue and annual change - 1999 - 2005
Table 63 - Consolidated revenue half year to December- 2004 - 2005
Table 64 - Telecorp - voice traffic minutes sold - 2004 - 2005
Table 65 - Revenue and annual change - 2003 - 2007
Table 66 - TransACT pay TV, total subscribers and annual change - 2002 - 2006
Table 67 - Breakdown of TransACT customers - 2005
Table 68 - Revenue overview - 2002 - 2006
Table 69 - Wireless broadband subscribers - 2004 - 2006
Table 70 - Monthly ARPU - to June 2005
Table 71 - Customer breakdown by speed of connection - 2005
Table 72 - Direct Mobile subscribers, annual change and market share - 1996 - 2006*
Table 73 - Direct Mobile subscribers - 2006
Table 74 - Total connected subscribers - March 2006
Table 75 - Total voice minutes - 2005 - 2006*
Table 76 - Revenue and annual change - 1996 - 2007
Table 77 - Monthly prepaid / postpaid / blended ARPU - 2005 - 2006
Table 78 - EBITDA - 2001 - 2004
Table 79 - Australia - 3G subscribers - Mid-2006
Table 80 - Vodafone Group subscriber and revenue growth - Australia vs selected countries - 2005 - 2006

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