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2006 Australia -Telecoms Industry - Overview and Statistics


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1. THE INDUSTRY MOVING INTO 2007
1.1 Industry environment
1.2 Telstra
1.3 The rest of the industry
1.4 The market moving towards 2007
1.4.1 Access to telecoms services
1.4.2 Rapidly changing voice market
1.4.3 Regional telecommunications
1.4.4 Digital media
1.5 Customer service
2. REVENUE OVERVIEW 2000 - 2008
2.1 Total telecommunications services market
2.1.1 By major provider
2.1.2 By service
2.2 Revenue Telstra Corporation
2.3 Revenue Optus
2.4 2nd tier market
3. MARKET SHARE ANALYSIS 2006 - 2008
3.1 Total market
3.2 Mobile market
3.3 2nd tier market
3.4 Data and broadband market
4. REVENUE FORECASTS 2005 - 2015
4.1 By markets
4.2 By products
4.2.1 Overall market
4.2.2 Access market
4.2.3 Voice market
4.2.4 Content
4.3 By industry
4.4 Where to go from here?
5. 2ND TIER TELCOS REVENUES, FORECASTS AND MARKET SHARES
5.1 Market trends and developments - How rapidly a market can change
5.1.1 Follow the leaders: Soul, PowerTel and Commander
5.1.2 Margins are squeezed by Telstra’s anti-competitive behaviour
5.1.3 2nd tier players are rolling out DSLAMs
5.1.4 Mobile market reaches saturation
5.1.5 Value-add within reach
5.1.6 Moving towards new business models
5.1.7 Product segments
5.2 2nd tier revenues forecasts and market shares
5.2.1 Total 2nd tier market - revenue and market share
5.2.2 2nd tier fixed line & data - revenue and market share
5.2.3 Retail and wholesale market shares
5.2.4 Commodity providers
6. FORECASTING (QUALITATIVE)
6.1 The market in ten years time
6.2 Industry restructuring
6.3 Industry-specific forecasts
6.3.1 Fixed networks and services
6.3.2 Mobile telecoms
6.3.3 Broadband - as a concept
6.3.4 Digital Media
6.4 Forecasting productivity growth 2004 to 2024
7. COMPETITION ISSUES 2006
7.1 We are losing our telco focus
7.2 The only regulatory certainty is that it takes years.
7.3 ACCC needs to facilitate NGN industry workgroup
7.4 The end of competition in Australia
7.4.1 Political focus is on the wrong problems
7.4.2 Why should we bother?
7.4.3 Competition dying in front of our eyes
7.4.4 Government deliberately lets Telstra play games with the regulator
7.4.5 Telco march to Canberra
7.4.6 Am I exaggerating?
7.5 Metro competition undermined
7.6 The big telco policy confusion
7.7 Telstra is upset
7.8 Regulatory environment
7.8.1 Let’s abandon traditional telco regulations
7.8.2 Australia’s rear mirror vision
7.8.3 Flag falls, distance and time
7.8.4 Triple play, flat rates: focus on new applications
7.8.5 Efficiency cost savings on capex - 90%
7.8.6 Untapped economic benefits
7.9 Now is the time for the industry to unite
8. LOCAL ACCESS MARKET - CALL STATISTICS
8.1 Introduction
8.2 Local market access - analysis and revenues
8.3 Voice statistics - fixed access lines
8.3.1 ACMA survey
8.4 Voice - revenue per fixed-line
8.5 Telstra - PSTN revenue overview & analysis - 2006
8.5.1 Overview
8.5.2 Local calls
8.5.3 National long distance calls
8.6 Fixed line telephony pricing and revenue - ACMA report
8.6.1 Introduction
8.6.2 Basic fixed line access subscribers and revenue
8.6.3 Fixed line revenue, call volume and call minutes
8.7 PSTN services index - ACCC survey
8.8 PSTN overview and analysis - ATUG’s opinion
8.8.1 The truth about declining revenues
8.8.2 Migrating to more profitable areas
8.8.3 PSTN prices still too high
8.8.4 Monopolistic rents
8.9 NUS cost survey - 2006
8.9.1 Key findings
8.9.2 Statistical overviews - 2003 - 2006
8.10 ACCC report - PSTN revenue and usage
8.10.1 Retail PSTN services
8.10.2 External wholesale PSTN services
8.11 ACCC Report - competitive local access safeguards
8.11.1 Local market access - retail market
8.11.2 National long-distance, international long-distance and FTM calls
8.12 Historical overview - market share by state
9. WHOLESALE SERVICES
9.1 The wholesale market in 2006 - Analysis
9.1.1 Telstra cuts wholesale rates in dying markets
9.2 Telstra wants to retain its stranglehold
9.3 FttN - the need for industry cooperation
9.4 Structural industry changes are required
10. Industry developments
10.1 Lack of players
10.2 Optus ADSL2+ wholesale service
10.3 Wholesale Industry Group (WIG)
10.4 M2: Optus wholesaler
11. Regulatory developments
11.1 Consultation Notice
11.2 accounting seperation
12. Market developments
12.1 Value-add based on IP and broadband
12.2 Growth in broadband and NGNs
12.3 The effects of VoIP
12.4 Mobile wholesale remains underdeveloped
12.5 IP wholesale opportunities
13. Wholesale revenues in Australia
14. Wholesale margins
15. Key wholesale services
15.1 Unconditioned Local Loop Services (ULLS)
15.2 Line sharing or spectrum sharing
15.3 Local Carriage Service (LCS)
15.4 Unbundled BitStream (UBS)
15.5 UBS vs ULL
15.6 Naked DSL
16. Dark fibre market
16.1 Shedding light on a perishable commodity
16.2 The business model
16.3 Infrastructure capacity and services distinguished
16.4 Australia’s market for dark fibre
16.5 Metro Ethernet market
16.6 PIPE Networks
17. CALLING CARD AND CALLBACK MARKETS
17.1 The calling card market in 2006
17.1.1 Revenue growth has come to a halt
17.1.2 From telecoms to financial services
17.1.3 Little impact from VoIP
17.1.4 Fewer players
17.2 Market overview
17.2.1 Calling cards and phone cards
17.2.2 Product segments in the market
17.2.3 Product development
17.3 Major players
17.3.1 Overview
17.3.2 Industry Consolidation
17.3.3 gotalk (Telecorp)
17.3.4 Boost-tel
17.3.5 The rise and fall of VoIP operators
17.4 Revenue statistics
17.4.1 Payphone cards
7.4.2 Remote stored value access cards
17.5 Trends and developments in the calling card market
17.5.1 Electronic recharge cards
17.5.2 Trends in market segments
17.5.3 Single purse - triple play in calling cards
17.6 Postpaid cards
17.7 Callback operators - historical overview
18. PREMIUM RATE SERVICES
18.1 The market moving in 2006
18.1.1 Premium rate SMS cannibalising premium rate voice
18.1.2 Market led by regulations
18.1.3 Wireless, 3G and VoIP
18.2 Interactive marketing bureaus
18.3 Revenue fluctuations in premium rate services market
18.3.1 URL billing
18.4 Market segments
18.4.1 Dating underpins fixed premium rate services
18.4.2 Fixed voice-based services - consumer market
18.4.3 Fixed voice-based services - business market
18.5 Premium rate SMS
18.6 Key players
18.6.1 Industry overview
18.6.2 Legion Interactive
18.6.3 Information Dialling Services (IDS)
18.6.4 Telads Communications Group
18.6.5 Dialect
18.6.6 Informatel
18.7 Industry regulation
18.7.1 Telephone information services regulation - TISSC
18.7.2 Internet dumping
18.7.3 Number portability
19. DATA MARKET - REVENUES AND KEY TRENDS
19.1 Introduction
19.2 Data market - mid 2006
19.3 Data services will see a move to next generation technologies
19.4 Data market driven by the Internet
19.4.1 Telstra - specialised data - market overview - 2006
19.5 Telcos and the nextgen revolution - analysis
19.5.1 Changing telecoms into IT
19.5.2 Nextgen Telcos
19.5.3 Traditional telcos
19.5.4 Ignoring next-gen structures
19.5.5 Choice: protecting the old or embracing the new
9.5.6 Battle between vested interests and nextgen developments
19.5.7 BT - an NGN leader
19.6 NGN in action
19.6.1 Drivers of NGNs
19.6.2 Key application is telepresence
19.6.3 The shaky position of 3G
19.6.4 New business models are emerging
19.6.5 Voice remains a killer ap
19.6.6 From vertical to horizontal industry structures
19.6.7 NGN Roundtables
20. BROADBAND MARKET - STATISTICS AND FORECASTS
20.1 Household statistics
20.2 Australia’s broadband ranking - mid-2006
20.3 The broadband market in numbers - 2006
20.3.1 Whirlpool survey of Australian broadband users
20.3.2 ACCC Report June 2006
20.3.3 Subscriber statistics overview and forecasts
20.4 Broadband competition
20.5 Market shares
20.6 Market statistics and forecasts 2005-2015
20.6.1 A market of pent-up demand
20.6.2 Subscriber numbers
20.6.3 Our broadband predictions are still on track
20.6.4 Revenue forecasts 2006 - 2007
20.6.5 Residential market - where the long term potential exists
20.6.6 Long-term forecast - 2015
20.6.7 Broadband Speeds -towards 2015
20.6.8 Spectacular developments in bandwidth
20.6.9 Market segment forecasts - 2005-2015
20.7 Other surveys
20.7.1 Telsyte
21. MOBILE COMMUNICATIONS
21.1 Subscriber statistics
21.1.1 Size and dimensions of the market
21.1.2 Market shares major players
21.1.3 Key trends and developments
21.1.4 Residential markets
21.1.5 Business market
21.2 Revenue overview
21.2.1 Market moving into 2007
21.2.2 Average Revenue per User (ARPU)
21.2.3 Revenue tables
21.2.4 Market shares
22. GLOSSARY OF ABBREVIATIONS
Exhibit 1 - Key revenue trends - period to 2015
Exhibit 2 - New public network concept
Exhibit 3 - Key regulatory and policy issues, as I see them
Exhibit 4 - Triple play pricing examples
Exhibit 5 - PSTN migration
Exhibit 6 - The consolidation of the calling card market
Exhibit 7 - Nextgen telecoms
Exhibit 8 - Verizon versus Skype
Exhibit 9 - The role of voice
Exhibit 10 - Advice for information highway contenders
Exhibit 11 - From Kilobit to Yottabit


Table 1 - Total telecoms service revenue by major provider - 2000 - 2008
Table 2 - Total telecoms service annual growth by major provider - 2001 - 2008
Table 3 - Total telecoms service market shares by major provider - 2000 - 2008
Table 4 - Total telecoms market - revenue by service - 2000 - 2008
Table 5 - Total telecoms market - annual growth by service - 2001 - 2008
Table 6 - Total telecoms market - market share by service - 2001 - 2008
Table 7 - Total service revenue and annual change - 1994 - 2008
Table 8 - Telstra revenue by service and annual change - 2005 - 2006
Table 9 - Telstra PSTN products revenue - 2005 - 2006
Table 10 - Telstra mobile revenue - 2005 - 2006
Table 11 - Telstra Internet and IP solutions revenue - 2005 - 2006
Table 12 - Telstra Corporation sales revenue - 2000 - 2004
Table 13 - Optus - overall operating revenue summary and percentage change - 1994 - 2008
Table 14 - Optus revenue by service and annual change - 2005 - 2007
Table 15 - Optus revenue by service - 2000 - 2004 (historical)
Table 16 - Optus revenue by service (detailed) and annual change - 2005 - 2006
Table 17 - Optus revenue by operating division and annual change - 2004 - 2006
Table 18 - Second tier retail market revenue & annual change - 2002 - 2008
Table 19 - Second tier retail providers - voice, data & mobile - revenue - 2002 - 2007*
Table 20 - Second tier retail providers - voice, data & mobile - annual growth - 2002 - 2007*
Table 21 - Second tier retail providers - fixed voice & data - revenue - 2002 - 2007
Table 22 - Second tier retail providers - fixed voice & data - annual growth - 2003 - 2007
Table 23 - Total telecoms service revenue by major provider - 2004 - 2008
Table 24 - Total telecoms service market shares by major provider - 2004 - 2008
Table 25 - Total telecoms service annual growth by major provider - 2004 - 2008
Table 26 - Total telecoms market - annual growth by service - 2004 - 2008
Table 27 - Total telecoms market - market share by service - 2004 - 2008
Table 28 - Revenue - mobile services market per major operator - 2004 - 2008*
Table 29 - Annual growth - mobile services market per major operator - 2004 - 2008*
Table 30 - Market share (%) by carrier - 2004 - 2007*
Table 31 - Average ARPU across all operators - 2004 - 2008
Table 32 - Second tier retail providers - voice, data & mobile - revenue - 2002 - 2007*
Table 33 - Second tier retail providers - voice, data & mobile - annual growth - 2003 - 2007*
Table 34 - Second tier retail providers - voice, data & mobile - market share - 2002 - 2007*
Table 35 - Data market - market share by provider - 2004 - 2007**
Table 36 - Total telecoms market - annual growth by service - 2004 - 2008
Table 37 - Total telecoms market - market share by service - 2004 - 2008
Table 38 - Dial-up, ADSL and cable subscribers - top ten market share - 2001 - 2006
Table 39 - Telecommunications services revenue by market - 2005; 2010; 2015
Table 40 - Telecommunications services revenue by product - 2005; 2010; 2015
Table 41 - Access revenue - 2000; 2005; 2010; 2015
Table 42 - Triple play* revenues - 2005; 2010; 2015
Table 43 - Access % of total telecoms spend - 2000; 2005; 2010; 2015
Table 44 - Voice revenue (fixed, VoIP, mobile) - 2000; 2005; 2010; 2015
Table 45 - Voice % total telecoms revenues - 2000; 2005; 2010; 2015
Table 46 - Content/Advertising % total telecoms spend - 2000; 2005; 2010; 2015
Table 47 - Telecommunications services revenue by industry group - 2005; 2010; 2015
Table 48 - Second tier retail market revenue & annual change - 2002 - 2008
Table 49 - 2nd tier retail providers - voice, data & mobile - revenue - 2002 - 2007*
Table 50 - 2nd tier retail providers - voice, data & mobile - annual growth - 2003 - 2007*
Table 51 - 2nd tier retail providers - voice, data & mobile - market share - 2002 - 2007*
Table 52 - 2nd tier retail market - fixed-line & data - revenue & annual change - 2002 - 2008
Table 53 - Second tier retail providers - fixed voice & data - revenue - 2002 - 2007
Table 54 - Second tier retail providers - fixed voice & data - annual change - 2003 - 2007
Table 55 - Second tier retail providers - fixed voice & data - market shares - 2002 - 2007
Table 56 - Average predictions: annual growth rates - 2004 - 2024
Table 57 - Calculating predicted growth in real GDP per capita - 2004 - 2024
Table 58 - Forecasts for communications from the MONASH model
Table 59 - Local call and access revenues and annual change - Telstra and Optus - 1999 - 2007
Table 60 - Telephone line penetration in Australia and annual change - 1986 - 2007
Table 61 - Number of Telstra fixed services in operation - 2002 - 2005
Table 62 - Customer Service Guarantee Services - 2002 - 2005
Table 63 - Telstra revenue by service and annual change - 2004 - 2005
Table 64 - Telstra voice revenue per fixed-line - 2002 - 2006
Table 65 - Changes in fixed-line revenue, call volume and call minutes - 2004 - 2005
Table 66 - Fixed-to-mobile call revenue and volume
Table 67 - Percentage change in PSTN services index by service type - 2000/01 - 2004/05
Table 68 - Percentage share of total consumer PSTN expenditure by service - 1997/98; 2004/05
Table 69 - Percentage changes in PSTN price indexes by service and consumer group
Table 70 - Percentage changes in PSTN business index - 2000/01 - 2004/05
Table 71 - Percentage changes in PSTN small business index by service type - 2000/01 - 2004/05
Table 72 - Percentage changes in PSTN large business index by service type - 2000/01 - 2004/05
Table 73 - PSTN revenues and annual change - 2002 - 2005
Table 74 - Percentage changes in PSTN price indexes by service and consumer group - 1997/98; 2003/04
Table 75 - Local call cost comparison - 2003 - 2006
Table 76 - National Call cost comparison - 2003 - 2006
Table 77 - International call cost comparison - 2003 - 2006
Table 78 - Fixed-line cost comparison - 2003 - 2006
Table 79 - Total PSTN service revenue - 2001/02 - 2004/05
Table 80 - Revenue & revenue share by PSTN service & carrier - 2001/02 - 2004/05
Table 81 - Year-on-year change in revenue by PSTN service - 2002/3 - 2004/5
Table 82 - Number of end-user access lines - 2001/02 - 2004/05
Table 83 - Usage by PSTN service & carrier - 2001/02 - 2004/05
Table 84 - Year-on-year change in PSTN service usage - 2002/03 - 2004/5
Table 85 - Revenue & usage for PSTN origination/termination - 2001/2 - 2004/5
Table 86 - Telstra local call market share - 2005
Table 87 - Long-distance and FTM market share, all operators - 2005
Table 88 - International long-distance and FTM margins - 2005
Table 89 - Telecommunications revenue per state early 2000s
Table 90 - Household telephone penetration by state early 2000s
Table 91 - Wholesale market revenues by supplier (fixed and mobile) - 1997 - 2007
Table 92 - Business and residential wholesale margins by product - 2005
Table 93 - Business and residential wholesale margins by product - 2006
Table 94 - Wholesale margins by industry group - 2001 - 2006
Table 95 - Wholesale margins by industry group - 1996 - 2000 (historical)
Table 96 - Metro Ethernet market 2004; 2007; 2009
Table 97 - Phone card market share - 2006
Table 98 - Revenue total prepaid card (fixed long-distance) market - 1997 - 2007
Table 99 - Revenue postpaid card market - 1997 - 2007
Table 100 - Premium rate market (mobile and fixed) revenues and annual change - 1989 - 2006
Table 101 - Data market - revenue by provider- 1999 - 2007**
Table 102 - Data market - annual growth by provider- 2000 - 2007**
Table 103 - Data market - market share by provider - 2000 - 2007**
Table 104 - Total telecoms market revenue - by service - 2000 - 2008
Table 105 - Total telecoms market - annual growth by service - 2001 - 2008
Table 106 - Total telecoms market - market share by service - 2001 - 2008
Table 107 - Data services - projected revenues by service category - 2005 to 2010
Table 108 - Dial-up, ADSL and cable subscribers - market share - 2001 - 2006
Table 109 - Telstra specialised data revenue - 2005 - 2006
Table 110 - Number of Australian households and technology penetration - mid-2006
Table 111 - Broadband component of Internet households - 2005 - 2010; 2015
Table 112 - Broadband access among Internet households - 2001 - 2006
Table 113 - Broadband subscribers by technology - 2001 - 2006
Table 114 - Broadband subscribers total market (wholesale value) - 1996 - 2006
Table 115 - Broadband subscribers total market (retail value) - 2002 - 2007
Table 116 - Broadband subscribers and annual change - 2001 - 2007
Table 117 - Broadband DSL retail subscribers - 2002 - 2006
Table 118 - Competitor Infrastructure Coverage in Metro Areas - 2005
Table 119 - Competitor Infrastructure Regional Coverage - 2005
Table 120 - Competitor Infrastructure Coverage Total Market - 2005
Table 121 - Market share subscribers (wholesale) - 2002 - 2006
Table 122 - Market share subscribers (retail) - 2002 - 2006
Table 123 - Total broadband subscribers - 1996 - 2009
Table 124 - Broadband revenues - 2000 - 2007
Table 125 - Revenue make up scenario forecasting - 2010
Table 126 - Residential spend per household per annum - 2003; 2010; 2015
Table 127 - Overview total Telecoms/Internet market - 2015
Table 128 - Residential Broadband (BB) growth predictions - next ten years
Table 129 - The average home will soon require 50Mb/s to the home. Why?
Table 130 - Average maximum broadband speeds - international benchmark
Table 131 - Broadband revenues - 2005; 2010; 2015
Table 132 - Broadband market share by technology - 2005; 2010; 2015
Table 133 - Mobile market subscribers, penetration and annual change - 1986 - 2008
Table 134 - Mobile subscribers by carrier - 1993 - 2007*
Table 135 - Annual growth rate of mobile subscribers by carrier - 1993 - 2007*
Table 136 - Market share (%) by carrier - 1993 - 2007*
Table 137 - Mobile digital subscribers by carrier - mid 2006
Table 138 - Market shares of customers for mobile carriers - 2002 - 2005
Table 139 - Increase in customer numbers for mobile carriers - 2002 - 2005
Table 140 - Revenue market share per market segment (corporate, SME, residential) - 1994 - 2007
Table 141 - Net subscriber growth per segment (corporate, SME, residential) - 1994 - 2005
Table 142 - Market shares of business market per major operator - 2005
Table 143 - Blended ARPU ($per month) by operator - 2003 - 2006
Table 144 - Blended ARPU ($ per month) by operator - 1998 - 2002 (historical)
Table 145 - ARPU per market segment (residential, SME, corporate) - 2004
Table 146 - Average ARPU across all operators and annual change - 1993 - 2008
Table 147 - Telstra - ARPU per month - 2004 - 2006
Table 148 - Optus - prepaid, postpaid and blended ARPU per month - 2004 - 2006
Table 149 - Vodafone - ARPU per month - 2004 - 2006
Table 150 - Hutchison average revenue per user per month - 2004 - 2006
Table 151 - Revenue - mobile services market per major operator - 1993 - 2008*
Table 152 - Annual growth - mobile services market per major operator - 1994 - 2008*
Table 153 - Market share - mobile services market per major operator - 1997 - 2007*

In 2006 Optus’ market share was around 22%, and for the first time in many years, it stopped growing in 2005. We expect Optus to only maintain this market share at around 22% moving into 2007 and 2008. This still leaves Telstra with a healthy 69% market share in 2006. The fixed line market will gradually decline from 2007 onwards as local access charges as well as voice calls decline for all traditional voice services. The broadband market continues to outpace other market segment in terms of growth and market share. Up to 2006, mobile was the key driver of growth of the overall telecoms market, however as the market is rapidly approaching saturation, growth has already begun to subside in the mobile sector. This report provides market analysis and statistics of the total Australian market as well as various market segments including mobile, data and broadband as well as the second tier market.


The telecoms market moving into 2007 While the market is booming on the demand side, supply is experiencing serious problems. Telstra’s dominance and anti-competitive actions are having a devastating effect on the industry. At the same time there is a major misalignment between most players and their customers. The market is moving towards digital media, device-based services and Internet business models, but the industry is hanging onto outdated models, as they have left it too late to make the changes required in this fast-moving market. This report indicates where the market will move to in 2007, and what (and who) will be the winners and losers.

Revenue, Forecasts & Market Share Analysis In 2006 Optus’ market share was around 22%, and for the first time in many years, it stopped growing in 2005. We expect Optus to only maintain this market share at around 22% moving into 2007 and 2008. This still leaves Telstra with a healthy 69% market share in 2006. The fixed line market will gradually decline from 2007 onwards as local access charges as well as voice calls decline for all traditional voice services. The data market continues to outpace other market segment in terms of growth and market share. Up to 2006, mobile was the key driver of growth of the overall telecoms market, however as the market is rapidly approaching saturation, growth has already begun to subside in the mobile sector. This report provides market analysis and statistics of the total Australian market as well as various market segments including mobile, data and broadband as well as the second tier market.

Growth is continuing in 2nd tier telco market which reached the $8.7 billion mark by 2006, but with lower broadband margins, a saturated mobile market and lots of price competition, growth in ‘real’ revenue is much harder to find. It favours the larger players, but at the same time the new converged environment offers plenty of niche market opportunities for smaller players. The industry will have to move into value-added services in order to increase profitability. ULL, DSLAMs and triple play models are the key to success in this market. The number of large competitors has increased as a result of consolidation, which has created a healthier industry segment overall. Detailed revenues, market share and market growth statistics are included in this report.

Market Developments
The report also analyses the various market developments. The broadband battles have moved on from the lack of availability of broadband services to the lack of true broadband (speeds of 2Mb+), competitive prices for such high speed services and new applications such as IPTV and VoIP over broadband. In the meantime penetration is on the rise and is set to continue to do so throughout 2006 and 2007. Broadband Australia funding has attracted a number of new industry initiatives.

We examine the Australian mobile communications market, identifying a number of important trends on both the demand and side supply side. The killer application on mobile remains voice and beyond voice, there will not be a lot of room for growth apart from the current niche market for mobile data in business. Finally we are now beginning to see a more rapid rollout of 3G services in Australia as mobile operators must tap into new revenue streams. 3G will give operators the network efficiencies to become more competitive both in voice and data services. The report also analyses the activities of the major players - Telstra, Optus, Vodafone and Hutchison. Hutchison continues to outperform its competitors in terms of market growth, but competition is heating up in the 3G arena. Don’t hesitate to contact me for any further information.

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