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Australia - Telecoms Industry - Statistics and Forecasts


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This report provides statistics and forecasts for 2011, as well as high-level commentary on the overall market, market shares by operator, and detail of 3G and prepaid and postpaid usage. For those needing detailed revenues, forecasting and analysis on the Australian telecommunications market this report provides essential reading and gives in-depth industry information on:

  • Analysis of the market
  • Revenue, annual growth and market share statistics;
  • Business market and residential market broadband statistics;
  • Analysis and revenue forecasting for 2015 and 2020;
  • Market statistics segmentation by voice, mobile and data;
  • Market segmentation and market statistics by major provider and by service;
  • Overview and market analysis of the second-tier telco market.


Market to grow to $80 billion by 2020The Australian telecommunications industry is preparing itself for the National Broadband Network. While it will be several years before the full impact of the NBN is felt, it will also take several years to change the industry around. Companies will have to reorganise themselves along new markets such as infrastructure and construction; middleware such as data centres, content hosting, cloud computing, OSS/BSS; and retail.

This reorganisation and repositioning is already noticeable in current market activities, where the focus is moving from ARPU to market share. Prices in mobile and fixed broadband have dropped significantly during 2010 as operators try to win as many customers as possible. These customer bases are becoming very valuable and more companies will want to do business with their customers through digital services. The telcos and ISPS are positioning themselves as attractive partners for such developments.

The NBN will become the predominant infrastructure, and as a utilities-based network it will also provide its services to other sectors, such as healthcare, education and business. With these sectors involved the industry will develop specific new business models around infrastructure, ICT and retail.

Telcos will have to decide where they want to play. Infrastructure will largely move to NBN Co and its contractors (eg, Telstra). Companies also have the opportunity to become the ICT providers to those other sectors. The larger sectors, in particular, will create a sizeable demand for value-added infrastructure services. The first of such contracts, signed in the healthcare industry, offers a glimpse of the future.

All of this will assist the industry to double its size to around $80 billion by 2020.

Declining traditional revenue

The total telecoms service market is segmented according to major provider (Telstra, Optus VHA and other providers). Detailed revenue and forecasting statistics and analyses are also included, separately, for Telstra, Optus and VHA.

Telstra still dominates the overall Australian telecom market, with more than 60% market share of overall revenues in 2009/10. However, Telstra’s annual results for 2010 showed declining revenue in most segments, and this is expected to drop further during 2011 and perhaps into 2012.

The total telecoms service market is segmented according to telecommunications service: local access, mobile and data/broadband revenues. Detailed revenue and forecasting statistics and analyses are also included, separately, for the wholesale, mobile, data and broadband markets, with forecasts for 2011/12.

PSTN revenues (fixed-line voice and local access revenues), continue on a downward spiral for all the telcos, while the data market has now overtaken the mobile sector as the main driver of growth, driven by the retail broadband sector.

Telecommunications regulatory reform will feature prominently during 2011, once the effects of the election settle down.

Fixed-line voice is declining in the second-tier market at an even faster rate than in the first-tier market - by more than 11% in 2008/09 and more than 8% in 2009/10. Falling revenue reflects increased bundle value, as well as consumers moving away from fixed-line voice services. However it may also be a symptom of increased reliance on VoIP-based platforms (such as iiNet’s successful BoB promotion) for voice service provision in the second-tier market. Revenues in second-tier mobile services and data services (including Internet access) continue to show satisfactory growth.

Broadband market

We also present an overview of key statistics and trends in the Australian Internet and broadband market, including Internet subscribers segmented by geographical area and type of Internet access technology. The publication also provides market share and access revenue statistics. We provide segmentation by dial-up/broadband and include statistics on website usage.

We show surveys by government departments, including the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS). We also give an overview of new trends and technology which are evolving from, and merging with, the Internet sector. A summary of a report from the ABS examines household and business usage of Internet and broadband access. An overview of the ISP market, including the number of ISPs and market trends, is also included.

Though there are more than 600 Internet service providers in Australia, the retail fixed broadband market is dominated by a small number of companies. Telstra supplies nearly 43% of services and has more than four times as many retail subscribers as the second-largest player, Optus, which has around 11% of the market. iiNet and TPG each hold around 8% of the market, and Primus holds an estimated 6%. The remaining 24% of the market is shared between the 600-plus small and medium-sized providers.

Consolidation has taken place in the retail ISP market, with a number of mergers in the last two years. The most notable of these deals was between iiNet and Westnet, between TPG, Soul and Chariot Internet along with TPG and Pipe Networks; and in early 2010 iiNet also acquired Melbourne-based ISP Netspace.

Of critical importance to ISPs is the decision as to whether to further invest in DSLAM infrastructure as the fibre optic-based national broadband network is built. A flattening of the investments started to occur in late 2009, early 2010. In the longer term, the NBN may render this investment obsolete as subscribers migrate to the fibre network.

Residential and business market statistics

The business market has been quick to embrace broadband and by 2009 the vast majority of the business sector had made the transition. Further growth is continuing in 2010 and 2011. As business users gradually move to faster broadband access via ADSL2+ (and, eventually, to services from the fibre-based NBN) they are increasingly embracing new broadband applications.

This publication provides a detailed overview of the key drivers and trends behind broadband adoption in the Australian business market. New data for 2010 has been included. A number of market surveys are also included across a wide range of topics, including e-business, broadband usage, IT and consumer satisfaction, and the farming sector.

Insights into a range of topics covering the usage of Internet and broadband services in the residential sector are also provided, as well as overall statistics of the residential telecoms market. We include BuddeComm estimates of the market in 2010 and data from a number of market surveys covering consumer usage and behavioural patterns, as well as Internet and broadband usage statistics.

In the publication we provide an analysis of the drivers behind Internet adoption among Australian households. Surveys covered include a statistical overview from the ABS regarding computer and Internet usage among Australian households, which incorporates a breakdown analysis of residential computer and Internet usage by a wide range of criteria. The figures used here are the latest available but some statistics are not due for update until late 2010 or 2011.

Mobile communications market

Total mobile services revenue earned by the major mobile operators in the 2010 financial year continued to grow, but at a slower rate than the growth seen in 2008/09. This may reflect price competition from the merged Vodafone/Hutchison business. The industry as a whole earned around $15 billion in revenue from mobile services - a growth rate of nearly 7% year-on-year. Mobile services now represent considerably more than 50% of overall industry revenues in Australia.

Between 2010 and 2012 revenue growth is expected to be influenced by the following three major factors:

the broader economic environment is perhaps the largest influence, and economic growth in 2011 and 2012 could well be subdued in Australia;
revenue growth will also be impacted because of price competition, especially in light of the merger between Vodafone and Hutchison (3) in Australia to form VHA;
the extent to which new telephony services are developed will influence the pace of revenue growth.However, it is also possible that strong adoption of new smartphones and data devices (Apple’s iPhone, which has sparked device competition in the smartphone market, and the iPad device) could drive continued growth, particularly in data services, and this may offset other factors.

We provide analysis of high-level revenue, market shares and revenue growth, as well as revenue earned from mobile voice and mobile data services. In addition, it includes selected additional statistical data relating to prepaid and postpaid revenue and average revenue per user for mobile voice and data services.

Growth is being driven by population increases and a rise in the number of people using two mobile subscriptions - one for personal use and one for business use. Australian operators are likely to have more than 25 million mobile subscribers in 2011 as migration and business adoption continue to drive growth. In 2009 growth in the number of services was boosted by the effective use of economic stimulus. Telstra continues to dominate the market with more than 10 million subscribers, Optus has around eight million subscribers, and VHA has roughly seven million subscribers.

The publication provides statistics and forecasts for 2010 as well as high-level commentary on the overall market, market shares by operator and detail of 2G and 3G and prepaid and postpaid usage.

In 2009 growth continued across a range of platforms and technologies with the use of 3G mobile and wireless broadband services growing by 162%.

The 3G mobile broadband market has hit the ground running. Over the past year Australians continued to adopt new communication and media services and adapt their usage patterns to meet their specific lifestyle needs. Services such as 3G, Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) and wireless broadband Internet are increasingly being used, with factors such as lifestyle, age and family-type shaping these choices.

However the fixed wireless market is showing only modest growth. Operators such as Unwired and BigAir are currently using pre-WiMAX proprietary wireless broadband technology, and have been patiently waiting for several years to make the transition to WiMAX technology. But constant delays have postponed the launch and it appears that WiMAX has bitten the dust, leaving operators to develop in niche markets only. By 2018 only 10% of mobile revenues will come from mobile voice, and that will be based on VoIP.

Market highlights:

Telstra still dominates the overall Australian telecommunications market with more than 60% market share of overall revenues in 2009/10.

PSTN revenues (fixed-line voice and local access revenues), continue on a downward spiral for all the telcos.

The fixed-line voice market is declining in the second-tier market at an even faster rate than the first-tier market - by more than 11% in 2008/09 and more than 8% in 2009/10.

The Australian telecommunications market will change dramatically over the next ten years. Accelerated by government policies these changes will be driven by a total overhaul of the industry.

The rapid growth in wireless mobile broadband subscribers has kept the overall growth in the broadband market up in recent years, although numbers came from a very low base. Rapid growth in this area will continue throughout 2010 as ADSL growth slows down further.

The market share of the major fixed broadband service providers is likely to remain steady in 2010, as the fibre network will take some time to roll out.

By 2009 broadband had been adopted by the vast majority of the business sector, which now spends over $6.4 billion on data services, with an annual growth rate of between 10% and 15%.

The residential market grew 50% faster than the business market. Obviously business spend has also increased but, from representing 75% of the total telecoms market in the 1990s, it has now dropped to just under 60%.

In the 2010 financial year Telstra’s mobile service revenue passed $6.4 billion, with Optus at $4.7 billion. VHA, the entity created with the merger of Vodafone and Hutchison, generated revenue close to $4 billion.

There are significantly more mobile services than people in Australia. Growth is likely to continue in the foreseeable future despite subscriber penetration rates being between 110% and 115% of the population, although the overall rate of growth may slow slightly. During 2010 BuddeComm predicts that the total mobile broadband market will generate $2.4 billion worth of revenues, the vast majority of which will be accounted for by 3G mobile broadband revenues. Data in this report is the latest available at the time of preparation and may not be for the current year.

1. Analysis Telecoms Market Late-2010
1.1 Industry analysis
1.1.1 Introduction
1.1.2 Industry tracking towards a new future
1.1.3 Telstra agreement is setting the scene
1.1.4 Other players will have to follow
1.1.5 M&As will be on the way
1.1.6 Old model still has some life in it
1.1.7 Penetration, not ARPU, is the key to success
1.2 Market analysis
1.2.1 Broadband market
1.2.2 The market in 2010
1.2.3 Triple play business models
1.2.4 VoIP added to naked DSL
1.2.5 Internet media companies
1.2.6 Mobile market
2. Statistical Overview of the Telecoms Market - By Provider
2.1 Total telecommunications services market
2.1.1 Revenue, revenue growth and market share by major provider
2.2 Telstra
2.2.1 Financial results by sector
2.2.2 Analysis of financial results
2.2.3 Sensis under growing pressure from the online sector
2.3 Optus
2.4 Vodafone Hutchison Australia Pty Ltd (VHA)
2.4.1 Background
2.4.2 Hutchison Telecommunications (Australia) Limited (HTA) - financial highlights - June 2010
2.4.3 HTA - operating highlights - June 2010
2.5 Second-tier market
3. Statistical Overview of the Telecoms Market - By Service
3.1 Total telco market by major service
3.2 Wholesale market
3.3 Mobile market
3.3.1 Revenue by service
3.3.2 Average revenue per user (ARPU)
3.4 Data and broadband market
3.4.1 Internet access revenues - broadband and dial-up
3.4.2 Data market
4. 2nd-tier Telco Market 2010
4.1 Major second-tier firms
4.1.1 Update on VHA merger - mid-2010
4.1.2 Has Telecom almost sold AAPT?
4.1.3 Analysis of iiNet
4.1.4 M2 continues to grow
4.1.5 Analysis of Macquarie Telecom
4.1.6 Analysis of TPG Telecom
4.1.7 Analysis of TPG/Pipe Merger
4.1.8 Amcom
4.1.9 Dodo
4.2 Service revenues and market shares
4.2.1 Total market by major service
4.2.2 Total market by major players
5. Market Forecasts - 2015; 2020
5.1 Total overhaul of the industry
5.2 Fixed Infrastructure market
5.3 Wholesale Market
5.4 The retail market
5.5 The mobile market
5.6 The trans-sector market
5.6.1 Forecasts - 2015; 2020
5.7 The digital media market
5.8 Business models and Mergers and Acquisitions (M&A)
5.8.1 Fixed market scenarios
5.8.2 Mobile market scenarios
6. Broadband Market
6.1 Statistical overview
6.1.1 Overall size of the market
6.1.2 Access revenues
6.1.3 The internet market moving into 2010
6.1.4 ISP market overview
6.1.5 New business models are required
6.1.6 Market segment forecasts - 2005-2015
6.1.7 Benchmarking with other countries
6.2 DSL market
6.2.1 Background
6.2.2 Regulatory environment - analysis
6.2.3 DSL infrastructure
6.2.4 Brief overview of Broadband providers
6.3 Business market
6.3.1 Market trends
6.3.2 Customer expenditure on telecoms
6.3.3 Business market surveys
6.4 Residential market
6.4.1 Residential market total telecoms
6.4.2 Internet household statistics
6.4.3 Regional statistics
6.4.4 Trends in the residential market
6.4.5 Household use of technology
7. Mobile Communications Market
7.1 Revenue overview
7.1.1 Statistical sources
7.1.2 Total mobile services revenue and forecasts
7.1.3 Operator statistics
7.2 Subscriber statistics
7.2.1 Total subscribers and annual growth rates
7.2.2 Operator market shares and growth
7.2.3 2G and 3G subscribers
7.2.4 Prepaid and postpaid subscribers by operator
7.2.5 Wholesale market
8. Mobile Broadband
8.1 Market overview and analysis
8.1.1 Analysis of the market - mid-2010
8.1.2 Applications drive the market
8.1.3 Mobile broadband revolution set to change the industry
8.1.4 Hardware drives applications
8.1.5 User prices still too high
8.2 Australia - mobile media - PSMS portals and apps
8.2.1 Telstra losing the mobile lead
8.3 Wireless broadband market statistics
8.3.1 Mobile broadband subscribers
8.3.2 Mobile broadband revenues
8.3.3 Mobile data market
8.3.4 Fixed wireless broadband market in limbo
8.4 Forecasts and other developments
8.4.1 Fixed - mobile call market
8.4.2 Predicted value between $10 and $15 billion
8.4.3 Revenue forecasts
9. Glossary of Abbreviations
List of Tables and Charts
Table 1 - Total telecoms service revenue by major provider - 2003 - 2012
Table 2 - Total telecoms service market share by major provider - 2003 - 2012
Table 3 - Telstra Group total revenue and annual change - 2000 - 2012
Table 4 - Telstra Group revenue by service and annual change - 2009 - 2010
Table 5 - Telstra fixed telephony revenue and annual change - 2009 - 2010
Table 6 - Telstra PSTN products revenue and annual change - 2009 - 2010
Table 7 - Telstra mobile revenue and annual change - 2009 - 2010
Table 8 - Telstra internet revenue and annual change - 2009 - 2010
Table 9 - Telstra IP and data access revenue and annual change - 2009 - 2010
Table 10 - Telstra offshore controlled entities revenue and annual change - 2009 - 2010
Table 11 - Optus overall operating revenue summary and annual change - 2000 - 2012
Table 12 - Optus operating revenue by operating division - 2009 - 2010
Table 13 - Optus operational EBITDA by operating division - 2006 - 2010
Table 14 - Optus revenue by major and minor service category - 2009 - 2010
Table 15 - Optus Consumer and SMB fixed revenue by service and annual change - 2008 - 2009
Table 16 - Total telecoms market - annual retail growth by service - 2001 - 2012
Table 17 - Total telecoms market - retail market share by service - 2000 - 2012
Table 18 - Wholesale market revenues by major supplier - 2000 - 2012
Table 19 - Wholesale market shares by major supplier - annual change - 2000 - 2012
Table 20 - Total mobile services market revenue and annual change - 2000 - 2012
Table 21 - Mobile services market revenue per major operator - 2000 - 2012
Table 22 - Annual change of mobile services market per major operator - 2000 - 2012
Table 23 - Estimated proportion of mobile service revenue from voice and data - 2007 - 2010
Table 24 - Blended ARPU per month per major operator - 2000 - 2010
Table 25 - Blended ARPU per month per major operator - annual change - 2004 - 2010
Table 26 - Internet access revenues (broadband and dial-up) by major provider - 2003 - 2012
Table 27 - Annual change in internet access revenues (broadband and dial-up) by major provider - 2004 - 2012
Table 28 - Market share of internet access revenues (broadband and dial-up) by major provider - 2004 - 2012
Table 29 - Data market (including broadband) revenue by provider - 2000 - 2012
Table 30 - Data market (including broadband) annual change by provider - 2000 - 2012
Table 31 - Data market (including broadband) - market share by provider - 2000 - 2012
Table 32 - Selected second-tier telco revenues by service - 2003 - 2010
Table 33 - Total second-tier telco revenues by service - annual change - 2004 - 2010
Table 34 - Selected second-tier telcos - revenue by provider - 2004 - 2010
Table 35 - Second-tier telcos - revenue by major provider - annual change - 2004 - 2010
Table 36 - Second-tier telcos - revenue by major provider - relative market shares - 2004 - 2010
Table 37 - Broadband subscribers - total market - 2003 - 2010
Table 38 - Broadband annual market - annual change - 2004 - 2010
Table 39 - Broadband subscribers - market shares (cable, ADSL, wireless totals) - 2004 - 2010
Table 40 - Broadband access revenues by major provider - 2005 - 2011
Table 41 - Annual change in broadband access revenues by major provider - 2006 - 2011
Table 42 - Market share of broadband access revenues by major provider - 2005 - 2011
Table 43 - Total fixed wireless broadband revenues - 2005 - 2009
Table 44 - Business, government and household internet subscribers - 2007 - 2009
Table 45 - Internet subscribers by access technology - 2008 - 2009
Table 46 - Broadband market share by technology and annual change - 2008 - 2009
Table 47 - Data downloaded by access technology - 2008 - 2009
Table 48 - Internet subscribers by download speed - 2007 - 2009
Table 49 - Business, government and household internet subscribers - 2006 - 2009
Table 50 - Proportion of ISPs by size in the Australian market - 2008 - 2009
Table 51 - Number of ISPs - 1995 - 2012
Table 52 - Number of ISPs by technology
Table 53 - Overview total telecoms/internet market - 2015
Table 54 - Broadband revenues - 2005; 2010; 2015
Table 55 - Broadband market share by technology - 2005; 2010; 2015
Table 56 - Fixed broadband access among internet households - selected countries - 2004 - 2010
Table 57 - Market penetration of households with broadband access as a percentage of all households - Australia and selected countries - 2009
Table 58 - Households with access to a home computer and the internet - Australia and selected countries - 2009
Table 59 - Selected country comparison of monthly at-home internet usage - 2007; 2009
Table 60 - Number of infrastructure providers by number of ADSL-enabled exchanges - 2008; 2010
Table 61 - Number of DSLAMs by provider - 2006 - 2010
Table 62 - Number of ADSL and ADSL2+-enabled exchanges - January 2010
Table 63 - Broadband DSL retail subscribers by major provider - 2004 - 2010
Table 64 - ADSL2+ subscribers by provider - 2006 - 2009
Table 65 - Telco product mix of customer spend - 2010
Table 66 - Business and government market spending - 2010
Table 67 - Providers’ market share - 2010
Table 68 - SME computer equipment ownership trends - 1999 - 2009
Table 69 - SME computer software and hardware expenditure and annual change - 2006 - 2009
Table 70 - Business trends in internet connections - 1995 - 2009
Table 71 - How SMEs access the internet - 2009
Table 72 - Summary of current and expected uses of the internet by SMEs - 2009
Table 73 - Security methods utilised for remote access to networks - 2008 - 2009
Table 74 - Devices used to connect to networks - 2008 - 2009
Table 75 - Employees’ work locations - home, workplace or off site - 2008 - 2010
Table 76 - Changes in usage of non-voice applications on 3G handsets - 2010
Table 77 - Plans for convergence of data and voice networks - 2005; 2008 - 2009
Table 78 - Telco product mix of customer spend - 2010
Table 79 - Revenue mix - residential market - 2010
Table 80 - Service providers’ market share - 2010
Table 81 - Total households with home internet access - 2001 - 2009
Table 82 - Broadband component of internet households - 2005 - 2010; 2015
Table 83 - Internet access households with children - 2001 - 2009
Table 84 - Internet access by region - 2001 - 2009
Table 85 - Top 10 internet applications performed over four weeks - 2008
Table 86 - Top 10 internet activities - broadband versus dial-up - 2008
Table 87 - Weekly hours of internet usage by user type - 2006 - 2008
Table 88 - Frequency of internet use by age - 2008
Table 89 - Growth in residential and business data usage - 2008 - 2009
Table 90 - Dial-up and non-dial-up internet subscribers - 2003 - 2009
Table 91 - Computerisation in the home - 2009
Table 92 - Total mobile voice revenue per major operator - 2007 - 2010
Table 93 - Mobile voice revenue per major operator as a proportion of total mobile services revenue - 2007 - 2010
Table 94 - Total mobile data revenue per major operator - 2007 - 2010
Table 95 - Growth mobile data revenue per major operator - 2008 - 2010
Table 96 - Total mobile messaging revenue per major operator - 2007 - 2010
Table 97 - Total mobile data (non-messaging) revenue per major operator - 2007 - 2010
Table 98 - Growth in mobile data (non-messaging) revenue per major operator - 2008 - 2010
Table 99 - Blended ARPU per month per major operator - 2000 - 2010
Table 100 - Blended ARPU per month per major operator - annual change - 2004 - 2010
Table 101 - Postpaid ARPU per month - Telstra, Optus and Vodafone - 2004 - 2010
Table 102 - Wireless broadband subscribers by access type and annual change - 2007 - 2011
Table 103 - 3G mobile broadband subscribers by mobile operator - 2007 - 2011
Table 104 - Total fixed mobile broadband revenues and annual change - 2007 - 2011
Table 105 - Mobile broadband monthly ARPU - 2007 - 2011
Table 106 - Mobile data revenues by operator - 2008 - 2009
Table 107 - Fixed wireless broadband subscribers by operator - 2007 - 2009
Table 108 - Forecast mobile broadband and voice revenues - 2008; 2013; 2018
Chart SEQ Chart 1 - Total telecoms market - retail revenue by service - 2000 - 2012
Chart SEQ Chart 2 - Market share size of NBN trans-sector market - 2020
Chart SEQ Chart 3 - NBN services revenue share estimates by market share - 2015
Chart SEQ Chart 4 - NBN services revenue share estimates by market share - 2020
Chart SEQ Chart 5 - Total broadband subscribers and annual change - 2000 - 2011
Chart SEQ Chart 6 - Total mobile services market revenue and annual change - 1993 - 2012
Chart SEQ Chart 7 - Mobile services market revenue per major operator - 1994 - 2012
Chart SEQ Chart 8 - Annual change of mobile services market per major operator - 1994 - 2012
Chart SEQ Chart 9 - Mobile services revenue share per major operator - 2000 - 2012
Chart SEQ Chart 10 - Estimated proportion of mobile service revenue from voice and data - 2007 - 2010
Chart SEQ Chart 11 - Total mobile voice revenue per major operator - 2007 - 2010
Chart SEQ Chart 12 - Mobile voice revenue per major operator as a proportion of total mobile services revenue - 2007 - 2010
Chart SEQ Chart 13 - Total mobile data revenue per major operator - 2007 - 2010
Chart SEQ Chart 14 - Growth mobile data revenue per major operator - 2008 - 2010
Chart SEQ Chart 15 - Total mobile messaging revenue per major operator - 2007 - 2010
Chart SEQ Chart 16 - Total mobile data (non-messaging) revenue per major operator - 2007 - 2010
Chart SEQ Chart 17 - Growth in mobile data (non-messaging) revenue per major operator - 2008 - 2010
Chart SEQ Chart 18 - Blended ARPU per month per major operator - 2000 - 2010
Chart SEQ Chart 19 - Blended ARPU per month per major operator - annual change - 2004 - 2010
Chart SEQ Chart 20 - Postpaid ARPU per month - Telstra, Optus and Vodafone - 2004 - 2010
Chart SEQ Chart 21 - Prepaid ARPU per month - Telstra, Optus and Vodafone - 2004 - 2010
Chart SEQ Chart 22 - Mobile data ARPU per month - Telstra and Hutchison - 2004 - 2010
Chart SEQ Chart 23 - 2G versus 3G subscriber ARPU per month - Telstra - 2006 - 2009
Chart SEQ Chart 24 - Mobile market subscribers, penetration rate and annual change - 1995 - 2010
Chart SEQ Chart 25 - Mobile subscribers by carrier - 1995 - 2010
Chart SEQ Chart 26 - Annual change of mobile subscribers by carrier - 1995 - 2010
Chart SEQ Chart 27 - Mobile subscriber market share by operator - 1995 - 2010
Chart SEQ Chart 28 - 3G mobile subscribers by carrier - 2003 - 2010
Chart SEQ Chart 29 - Annual change of 3G mobile subscribers by carrier - 2007 - 2010
Chart SEQ Chart 30 - Proportion of 3G mobile subscribers versus total subscribers by carrier - 2006 - 2010
Chart SEQ Chart 31 - 2G mobile subscribers by carrier - 2006 - 2010
Chart SEQ Chart 32 - Annual change of 2G mobile subscribers by carrier - 2007 - 2010
Chart SEQ Chart 33 - Prepaid subscribers per operator - 2006 - 2010
Chart SEQ Chart 34 - Prepaid subscribers - market share by operator - 2006 - 2010
Chart SEQ Chart 35 - Number of mobile phone services in operation - prepaid and postpaid - 2006 - 2010
Chart SEQ Chart 36 - Wholesale subscribers - Telstra and Optus - 2006 - 2009

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