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2007 Australia - Telco Company Profiles - 2nd Tier Companies


Attention: There is an updated edition available for this report.

For those needing detailed overviews and statistics as well as objective analysis on all aspects of the 2nd tier Australian companies, this report provides essential reading and gives in-depth information on:

  • Company overviews and structure.
  • Major divisions and subsidiaries.
  • Financial and operating statistics.
  • Marketing and financial analyses.
  • Network overviews.
  • Companies include; AAPT, Amcom, Austar, Commander Communications, Foxtel, Hutchison Australia, iiNet, Macquarie Telecom, Nextgen Networks, People Telecom, Primus, PowerTel, Soul (SP Telemedia), Unwired Australia and Vodafone.


Executive Summary
AAPT
AAPT is Australia’s third largest telecommunications carrier offering local, national and international voice, data, mobile, pay TV and Internet services to business, corporate, government and residential customers. AAPT is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Telecom New Zealand and is one of only three Australian telecom providers to own and operate its own national voice and data network. For more information, see chapter 1, page 1

Amcom
Amcom is a second-tier telecommunications carrier providing fibre, DSL broadband and Internet services to the corporate, government and SME markets. Amcom is one of the best placed telcos in the Australian market with excellent prospects for future growth and remains a well managed and focused business. For more information, see chapter 2, page 16.

Austar
Austar is Australia’s second largest subscription TV operator after Foxtel. The company offers primarily digital satellite services to customers in regional and rural areas. It also offers dial-up Internet and mobile telephone services. Austar is the sole provider of subscription television services in substantially all of its markets - regional and rural Australia, and the capital cities Hobart and Darwin. For more information, see chapter 3, page 27.

Commander Communications
Commander Communications is a business technology and communications provider. Commander was originally a reseller of business telephone systems, however through a series of partnerships and acquisitions it has expanded to provide a complete solutions spanning office and mobile telephony, IT hardware and software, Internet and network access, software licensing solutions, infrastructure and software solutions, managed services and strategic consulting services. For more information, see chapter 4, page 35.

Foxtel
Foxtel is Australia’s largest subscription television provider. Telstra holds a 50% ownership stake in Foxtel, while Publishing and Broadcast Limited and News Corporation Ltd both share a 25% stake in the company. It sub-licenses programming to other pay TV companies for cable, satellite and microwave distribution in regional Australia, including Optus and Austar. For more information, see chapter 5, page 51.

Hutchison Telecommunications Australia
Hutchison Telecommunications Australia launched Australia’s first 3G network and service - 3. Services include email, broadband and mobile web. 3 offers content through its portal Planet 3 including: live and on demand mobile TV, audio and video music tracks and other services such as news, sport, finance, weather, location based classifieds, movie previews, eBay and transport. For more information, see chapter 6, page 60.

iiNet
iiNet is the third largest ISP in Australia, after the acquisition of OzEmail in February 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. or more information, see chapter 7, page 72.

Macquarie Telecom
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. Macquarie’s data business provides data networking and data hosting services to Australian business and government customers. Macquarie’s two key target markets are Australian mid-size corporates and the government sector. For more information, see chapter8, page 83.

Nextgen Networks
Nextgen Networks is a telecommunications carrier that specialises in data services for carriers, service providers, government and corporations. Nextgen owns and operates Australia’s 3rd largest national fibre network of over 8,500km, fibre rings and Co-Lo assets in all capital cites and an extensive National VPLS Switched Data Network. For more information, see chapter 9, page 90.

People Telecom
People Telecom provides a range of telecommunication products and services including voice (mobile and fixed), data (broadband and VPN), and VoIP products. People Telecom utilises its own national data network and other carrier networks, equipment suppliers and other providers, including Telstra, Optus, Powertel, Nextep and AAPT. For more information, see chapter 10, page 97.

PowerTel
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 FttB, providing access to customers in major city buildings, coupled with one of Australia’s largest DSL broadband networks. For more information, see chapter 11, page 104.

Primus Telecommunications Australia
Primus Telecommunications Australia is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Primus Telecommunications US. The company is a facilities-based total service provider offering local, domestic and international telephony, data, ADSL, ADSL2+, web hosting, VPNs and mobile services. For more information, see chapter 12, page 112.

Soul
Soul 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. Soul has the largest data network and voice network after Telstra, the largest fully converged voice, video and data IP-based access network in regional Australia and the largest voice-enabled IP network. For more information, see chapter 13, page 121.

Unwired
Unwired currently provides a type of proprietary pre-WiMAX wireless broadband Internet services to the residential, SOHO and SME markets, which have the ability to handle voice and data communications. The company uses technology developed by US-based Navini Networks. For more information, see chapter 14, page 136.

Vodafone Australia
Vodafone Australia is 100% owned by Vodafone Group Plc. It is now the third largest mobile carrier in Australia after Telstra and Optus. The company’s GSM network currently covers 93% of the Australian population. Vodafone’s 3G network provides customers with access to music, sports, games, news, music tracks, mobile TV, video calling and mobile broadband services. For more information, see chapter 15, page 145.

Key highlights

Commander has seen significant growth in uptake of managed and professional services following on from the integration of Volante.
In April 2007 Amcom completed the $6.25 million acquisition of People Telecom’s Perth-based corporate services business.
Foxtel is nearing the launch of a new hybrid set-top-box incorporating digital subscription television and broadband entertainment services, called Foxtel By Broadband service.
In May 2007 Telecom New Zealand officially acquired 100% of PowerTel, and both AAPT and PowerTel were combined under the same operating structure, although are continuing to operate under different brands.
Primus’ revenues from Australian operations during continue to slide. During 2007 and 2008, Primus will look at divesting non-core assets and outsourcing or centralising more of its back-office operations.
Following the sale of its media assets to PBL media in mid-2007, Soul will focus on its high growth telecommunications operations, multi-media capabilities and media infrastructure assets.
Unwired has now pushed back plans for a WiMAX rollout, possibly mid to late 2008, following its unsuccessful bid for Broadband Connect funding with Soul and Austar.
By July 2007 Vodafone had completed its HSDPA major upgrade to its 3G network.
Telstra and Optus are covered in a separate report.

1. AAPT
1.1 Company overview
1.1.1 Company information
1.1.2 Operating highlights and subscriber statistics
1.1.3 Financial results - 2006-2007
1.1.4 Strategic overview and developments
1.1.5 Financial performance review - 2006
1.1.6 Contract and enterprise deals in 2006
1.1.7 AAPT network
1.1.8 Products and services
1.1.9 Company history
1.2 The network
1.2.1 Network information
1.2.2 Network alliances
1.2.3 National infrastructure
1.2.4 Broadband access
1.2.5 International infrastructure
2. AMCOM TELECOMMUNICATIONS LIMITED
2.1 Company information
2.1.1 Fibre division
2.1.2 Amnet division
2.2 Financial results - 2006 - 2007
2.2.1 Half year to December 2006
2.3 Financial results - 2005 - 2006
2.3.1 Full year to June 2006
2.3.2 Half year to December 2005
2.4 Company analysis
2.4.1 Company strategy update
2.4.2 Amcom - a star performer in a growing niche market
2.4.3 Amcom takes a stake in iiNet for a three-way consolidation play
2.5 Network
2.5.1 Fibre network overview
2.5.2 DSLAM Network rollout
2.5.3 SABRENet agreement
2.5.4 Network rollout to city of Salisbury
2.5.5 Barossa and Light Broadband Connectivity Infrastructure Project
2.6 Alliances and acquisitions
2.6.1 People Telecom sells Perth corporate data business to Amcom
2.6.2 Arachnet
2.6.3 Historical overview - IP1 Australia
2.7 Products and services
2.8 Company history
3. AUSTAR LIMITED
3.1 Company information
3.1.1 Ownership - Liberty Media
3.2 New services to be launched
3.2.1 IPTV
3.2.2 PDR
3.2.3 VoIP
3.3 Operating results - 2006
3.4 Financial results - 2006
3.5 Austar’s network
3.6 Network rollout and alliances
3.6.1 WiMAX plans put on hold following loss of Connect Australia bid
3.6.2 Austar selects Nortel to provide WiMAX to regional Australia - June 2007
3.6.3 Wireless broadband alliance with Unwired
3.7 Company analyses
3.7.1 Austar’s future in new media
3.8 Subsidiaries - XYZnetworks
3.9 Services
3.10 Company history to 2005
4. COMMANDER COMMUNICATIONS LIMITED
4.1 Company information
4.1.1 Wholesale activities
4.1.2 Commander and Telstra Wholesale sign extended agreement
4.1.3 Wholesale contract with DSLAM providers
4.1.4 OneStream network
4.1.5 Commander enhances support centres for regional SMBs
4.2 Financial results
4.2.1 Financial year - 2006-2007
4.2.2 Financial year - 2005-2006
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
4.3.11 RSL COM
4.4 Commander’s network
4.4.1 Wholesale contract with DSLAM providers
4.4.2 Commander builds OneStream, a NGN network
4.4.3 CRM and back office systems
4.5 Company analyses
4.5.1 Commander issues profit downgrade - May 2007
4.5.2 Volante acquisition should create a sound platform for growth
4.6 Commander’s 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
4.7 Company history
5. FOXTEL
5.1 Overview
5.1.1 Strategy overview - April 2007
5.2 Operational statistics - 2006-2007
5.3 Financial results 2006
5.4 Products and services
5.4.1 Digital pay TV
5.4.2 Satellite services
5.4.3 New services to be launched
5.5 Major supply deals
5.5.1 Renegotiation pay TV supply deal with US movie studios - 2006
5.6 Interactive advertising
5.7 Operating centres
5.7.1 Sydney
5.7.2 Melbourne
5.8 Company history
6. HUTCHISON TELECOMMUNICATIONS (AUSTRALIA) LTD
6.1 Company information
6.2 Financial results
6.3 Operating highlights
6.4 Company analyses
6.4.1 Will Hutch do the trick? - April 2007
6.4.2 Hutch still the leader in 3G innovations
6.5 3G Alliances
6.5.1 Hutchison 3G Australia (H3GA)
6.5.2 3G network sharing agreement with Telstra
6.6 The network
6.6.1 Overview of 3G networks
6.6.2 3G ‘3’ network
6.6.3 Network management
6.6.4 3G network sharing agreement with Telstra
6.6.5 3G HSDPA network upgrade
6.6.6 2G CDMA Mobile network (formerly known as Orange Mobile)
6.6.7 Network management
6.6.8 Spectrum acquisitions
6.7 Parent company - Hutchison Whampoa Ltd
6.8 Products and services
6.8.1 3G
6.8.2 The X-Series (Internet applications suite)
6.8.3 Alliance with iiNet
6.9 Company history
7. IINET LIMITED
7.1 Company information
7.2 Acquisitions and alliances
7.2.1 Alliance with Hutchison
7.2.2 Partnership with Anytime for VoD
7.2.3 Google adds iiNet to its local search partners
7.2.4 Amcom and PowerTel acquire stake in iiNet
7.2.5 iiNet sells New Zealand subsidiary ihug
7.2.6 OzEmail
7.2.7 Virtual Communities
7.3 Network and DSLAM rollout
7.3.1 Overview
7.3.2 Deal with Cisco systems for increased network capacity
7.3.3 Relative cost comparisons of DSLAM customers versus reselling via Telstra wholesale arrangements
7.4 Financial and operating results
7.4.1 Financial results
7.5 Subscriber statistics
7.6 Company analyses
7.6.1 iiNet strategy update - 2007
7.6.2 iiNet/PowerTel alliance should benefit both companies
7.6.3 Amcom enters the mix for a three-way consolidation play
7.7 Company history
7.8 Products and services
7.8.1 Home and SOHO
7.8.2 Business
7.8.3 Customer support
8. MACQUARIE TELECOM
8.1 Company information
8.2 Financial results
8.2.1 Financial year - 2006-2007
8.3 Company analysis
8.3.1 Macquarie is well on track with network expansion
8.4 Data network
8.4.1 Metro Access Network (MAN)
8.5 Services
8.5.1 Voice solutions
8.5.2 Data solutions
8.5.3 Hosting solutions
8.5.4 Mobile solutions
8.5.5 Satellite service
8.6 Major contract wins - 2006
8.6.1 Disaster recovery service for NRMA - May 2006
8.6.2 Macquarie hosts Fairfax website - June 2006
8.6.3 Contract win with University of Adelaide - August 2006
8.6.4 Macquarie secures hosting deal with Registries Ltd - August 2006
8.6.5 Hosting contract with Haymarket Media
8.7 Company history
9. NEXTGEN NETWORKS PTY LIMITED
9.1 Company information
9.1.1 Company ownership
9.1.2 Regional broadband alliances - SP Telemedia
9.2 Company analysis
9.2.1 Nextgen rises from the ashes
9.3 Nextgen’s network
9.3.1 Network update - mid-2007
9.4 Products and services
9.4.1 Introduction
9.4.2 Virtual Private LAN Service (VPLS)
9.4.3 Point-to-Point (SDH) services
9.4.4 Point-to-Point (Ethernet) services
9.4.5 Internet Connect services
9.4.6 Co-Lo services
9.4.7 Customised Data Solutions
9.4.8 Interoperability Testing Centre
9.5 Company history
10. PEOPLE TELECOM LTD
10.1 Company information
10.1.1 Operating results
10.1.2 Financial results - full year to June 2006
10.1.3 Financial results - 2005
10.2 Wholesale network agreements/partnerships
10.2.1 Renewal of mobile Supply Agreement with Optus
10.2.2 Wholesale agreement with Telstra
10.2.3 Partnership with New Zealand carrier, Call Plus - June 2006
10.2.4 Agreement with VoIP provider engin
10.2.5 People Telecom sells Perth corporate data business to Amcom
10.3 Company analysis
10.3.1 People Telecom continues to expand
10.4 Products and services
10.4.1 Internet
10.4.2 Mobile
10.4.3 Voice services
10.4.4 Data services
10.5 Company history
11. POWERTEL
11.1 Company information
11.2 Financial results
11.3 Operating results
11.4 Company analysis
11.4.1 PowerTel and AAPT alliance should produce good synergies - June 2007
11.4.2 Telecom - third time lucky in Australia?
11.4.3 PowerTel and iiNet alliance should benefit both companies
11.4.4 Amcom enters the mix for a three-way consolidation play
11.5 Key acquisitions and alliances
11.5.1 Telecom New Zealand acquires PowerTel and PowerTel combines with AAPT
11.5.2 NTT Australia IP
11.5.3 Request Broadband
11.5.4 iiNet
11.5.5 Macquarie Telecommunications
11.5.6 British Telecom
11.5.7 Supplier relationships
11.6 Products and services
11.6.1 Voice
11.6.2 Data, IP and broadband services
11.7 Company history
12. PRIMUS TELECOMMUNICATIONS AUSTRALIA
12.1 Company information
12.1.1 Recent activities
12.2 Financial results
12.2.1 Financial results - 2007
12.2.2 Financial results - 2006
12.3 Subscriber statistics
12.4 Company analysis - mid-2007
12.5 The network
12.5.1 National network
12.5.2 International network
12.5.3 Network DSLAM rollout
12.6 Products and services
12.6.1 Internet services
12.6.2 Telephony services
12.6.3 Data services
12.6.4 Mobile services
12.6.5 Residential services
12.7 Company history
13. SOUL (SP TELEMEDIA LTD)
13.1 Company overview
13.2 Company structure
13.3 Company divisional overview
13.3.1 Parent company - Washington H Soul Pattinson & Co (WHSP)
13.3.2 Soul Pattinson Telecommunications (SOUL)
13.3.3 Kooee Communications
13.4 Re-alignments, acquisitions and alliances
13.4.1 Controlling stake in B Digital
13.4.2 Comindico (SPT COM)
13.4.3 SOUL and Nextgen Networks - regional broadband alliance
13.4.4 Unified strategy in place
13.4.5 Optus, Soul and B Digital extend and expand relationship
13.4.6 Soul acquires 100% shareholding in SOUL Telecommunications via deal with WIN
13.4.7 Sale of media assets - May 2007
13.5 Company analyses
13.5.1 New strategic focus following media assets sale - mid 2007
13.5.2 Soul to increase focus on consumer sector
13.5.3 Re-alignment of SME strategy - March 2007
13.5.4 Marketing and sales strategy
13.6 Network overview
13.6.1 DSLAM network rollout
13.6.2 Soul partners with AARNet for NSW regional fibre link - June 2006
13.7 Financial results - current
13.7.1 Half year to December 2006
13.7.2 Full year to June 2006
13.8 Soul products and services
13.8.1 Soul trials IPTV over ADSL2+
13.8.2 Hosted solution in partnership with Cisco
13.8.3 Discounted VoIP service
13.9 Soul company history
13.10 B Digital Ltd
13.10.1 Company overview
13.10.2 Subsidiaries and joint ventures
13.10.3 Strategic overview and analysis - 2006
13.10.4 Operating and subscriber results - 2006
13.10.5 B Digital company history
13.10.6 B Digital products and services
14. UNWIRED AUSTRALIA PTY LTD
14.1 Company information
14.2 Alliances and partnerships
14.2.1 Wireless broadband alliance with Austar - July 2005
14.2.2 Capital injection for WiMAX deployment
14.2.3 Austar, Soul and Unwired unsuccessful bid for regional funding
14.2.4 Partnership with google
14.3 Unwired’s wireless network
14.4 Network rollout
14.4.1 Sydney trials - 2002-2003
14.4.2 Sydney launch and rollout
14.4.3 Melbourne rollout
14.4.4 Impending rollout of mobile WiMAX services
14.5 Financial results
14.5.1 Financial results - six months to December 2006
14.5.2 Financial results (full year) 2005-2006
14.6 Operating results
14.7 Products and services
14.7.1 Prepaid wireless access
14.7.2 Location based services
14.7.3 One-stop shop from customer homepage
14.7.4 IPTV developments
14.8 Partnerships, alliances and distributors
14.8.1 Company history
15. VODAFONE AUSTRALIA
15.1 Company information
15.1.1 Operating highlights - 2007
15.1.2 Financial results - 2007
15.2 The network
15.2.1 2G network overview
15.2.2 3G network
15.2.3 Managed service deals
15.2.4 High-Speed Downlink Packet Access (HSDPA) launch
15.3 Reselling agreements
15.3.1 MVNO agreement with Crazy John’s - July 2007
15.3.2 Allphones
15.4 Parent company - Vodafone Group PLC
15.5 Products and services
15.5.1 Retail
15.5.2 Business
15.5.3 Mobile television
15.5.4 Converged music download service
15.6 Company history
16. GLOSSARY OF ABBREVIATIONS


List of Tables


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
Exhibit 6 - IP1 - Australia’s Perth to Brisbane network
Exhibit 7 - Amcom products and services
Exhibit 8 - Austar United Communications at a glance
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 - Personal Broadband Australia Pty Ltd at a glance
Exhibit 14 - Foxtel at a glance
Exhibit 15 - Hutchison Telecommunications (Australia) Ltd at a glance
Exhibit 16 - Hutchison spectrum acquisitions
Exhibit 17 - iiNet Ltd at a glance
Exhibit 18 - iiNet broadband speed case study, Riverton exchange South Perth - March 2006*
Exhibit 19 - Macquarie Telecom at a glance
Exhibit 20 - Macquarie Telecom data network PoPs
Exhibit 21 - Nextgen Networks Pty Ltd at a glance
Exhibit 22 - Nextgen’s VPLS network
Exhibit 23 - Nextgen network distances and construction dates
Exhibit 24 - People Telecom Ltd at a glance
Exhibit 25 - PowerTel Ltd at a glance
Exhibit 26 - Primus Telecommunications Australia at a glance
Exhibit 27 - The Primus network
Exhibit 28 - Soul at a glance
Exhibit 29 - SP Telemedia (Soul) - entities within the Group
Exhibit 30 - B Digital Ltd at a glance
Exhibit 31 - Unwired Australia Pty Ltd at a glance
Exhibit 32 - Vodafone Australia at a glance


List of Tables


Table 1 - AAPT consumer - Internet and broadband subscribers - 2005 - 2007
Table 2 - AAPT consumer - fixed line, full service and bundled customers - 2005 - 2006
Table 3 - AAPT business customers - 2005 - 2006
Table 4 - Amcom customer breakdown
Table 5 - Amnet DSL customers - 2004 - 2006
Table 6 - Amcom business segments
Table 7 - Amcom half year results and annual change - 2006*
Table 8 - Amcom operating revenue and annual change - 2000 - 2007
Table 9 - Amcom EBITDA and annual change - 2005 - 2006
Table 10 - Amcom NPAT and annual change - 2004 - 2006
Table 11 - Amcom half year results and annual change - 2004 - 2005
Table 12 - Austar Pay TV subscribers and annual change - 1996 - 2007
Table 13 - Austar Pay TV subscribers - 2006 - 2007
Table 14 - Austar mobile subscribers and dial-up Internet subscribers - 2005 - 2006
Table 15 - Austar revenue and annual change - 1996 - 2007
Table 16 - Austar ARPU - 2004 - 2006
Table 17 - Commander revenue and annual change - 2001 - 2007
Table 18 - Foxtel direct subscribers (excludes Optus wholesale subscribers) - 1995 - 2007
Table 19 - Foxtel subscribers - Foxtel and wholesale - 2002 - 2006
Table 20 -Foxtel subscribers - Foxtel and wholesale - annual change - 2003 - 2006
Table 21 - Foxtel iQ DVR subscribers - 2006 - 2007
Table 22 - Percentage of digital pay TV subscribers - 2004 - 2006
Table 23 - Foxtel subscriber churn rate - 2002 - 2006
Table 24 - Foxtel subscriber churn rate by customer category - 2006
Table 25 - Foxtel revenue and annual change - 1998 - 2007
Table 26 -Hutchison operating revenue and annual change - 1997 - 2007
Table 27 -Hutchison key financial results - 2004 - 2006
Table 28 - Hutchison overall customers and annual change - 1999 - 2007*
Table 29- Hutchison customers by division - 2003 - 2006*
Table 30 -Hutchison 3G ARPU per month - December 2006
Table 31 -Hutchison non-voice ARPU per month - 2004 - 2006
Table 32 -Hutchison average margin and acquisition cost per customer - 2004 - 2006
Table 33 - DSLAM port cost versus wholesale DSL price - May 2007
Table 34 - iiNet total revenue and annual change - 1997 - 2007
Table 35 - iiNet EBITDA and annual change - 2001 - 2006
Table 36 - iiNet total net profit - 2005 - 2006
Table 37 - iiNet revenue by region (Australia and New Zealand) - 2005 - 2006
Table 38 - iiNet profit before tax by region (Australia and New Zealand) - 2005 - 2006
Table 39 - iiNet operating results and annual change - half year to December - 2004 - 2005
Table 40 - iiNet active subscribers - 1997 - 2006
Table 41 - iiNet broadband subscribers - 2005 - 2007
Table 42 - Macquarie revenue, revenue mix and annual change - Dec 2005 - Dec 2006
Table 43 - People Telecom total customer base - 2005 - 2006
Table 44 - People Telecom active service numbers by product - May 2007
Table 45 - People Telecom customer base by market segment - May 2007
Table 46 - People Telecom revenue and annual change by division - full year to June 2006
Table 47 - People Telecom revenue and annual change - 2002 - 2007
Table 48 - People Telecom revenue and annual change by division - half year to December 2005
Table 49 - People Telecom pro-forma revenue and annual change - 2002 - 2006
Table 50 - PowerTel revenue and annual change - 1995 - 2007
Table 51 - PowerTel net profit/(loss) - 2004 - 2006
Table 52 - PowerTel EBITDA - 2004 - 2006
Table 53 - PowerTel service revenue mix - 2004 - 2006
Table 54 - PowerTel revenue mix - channels to market - 2004 - 2006
Table 55 - PowerTel broadband DSL retail subscribers - 2002 - 2007
Table 56 - Primus revenue and annual change - 1996 - 2007
Table 57 - Primus DSL customers - 2005 - 2006
Table 58 - Primus total customers and Internet customers - 2005
Table 59 - Primus DSLAM broadband and voice bundled customers - 2005 - 2006
Table 60 - SOUL company structure by operating division
Table 61 - Soul revenue overview - 2001 - 2006
Table 62 - B digital customers by service - 2005 - 2006
Table 63 - B digital key business metrics - 2005 - 2006
Table 64 - Unwired operating revenue - 2002 - 2007*
Table 65 - Unwired net loss - 2004 - 2006
Table 66 - Unwired wireless broadband subscribers - 2004 - 2007
Table 67 - Unwired monthly ARPU to June 2005
Table 68 - Unwired customer breakdown by speed of connection - 2005
Table 69 - Vodafone direct mobile subscribers (excludes MVNO), annual change and market share - 1996 - 2008*
Table 70 - Vodafone total mobile subscribers (includes MVNO) - 2006 - 2007*
Table 71 - Vodafone total voice minutes - 2005 - 2007*
Table 72 - Vodafone revenue and annual change - 1996 - 2008
Table 73 - Vodafone monthly prepaid/postpaid/blended ARPU - 2004 - 2007

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