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Pay TV and free-to-air TV are under a growing threat from video-on-demand, according to a senior telecoms analyst who says global streaming is gathering pace, with the Internet now rivalling broadcast TV as a vehicle to deliver consumer content.

Published in Entertainment
Tuesday, 06 June 2017 22:14

Ubiquick buys BuddeComm

French-owned global market intelligence solution provider, Ubiquick Group, has acquired Australian telecommunications industry research firm Paul Budde Communication (PBC).

Published in Strategy

Mobile commerce around the world is expected to grow even faster than e-commerce this year, according to a new report which forecasts that large markets in the Asia Pacific region like China, Japan, India, South Korea, Taiwan and Malaysia will see high growth in m-commerce, along with the UK.

Published in Mobility

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has been criticised for not embracing what one analyst calls a ‘truly future-proof’ NBN and failing to mention the broadband network in his innovation policy announcement to kick-start innovation and new startups in the ICT industry.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

Telstra dominates the Australian telecoms market with a revenue share of around 62%, and is now well-positioned to increase its business at the expense e of its rival telcos in the emerging digital, sharing and networking economy, according to industry analysts.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

Slowing revenue growth and very lean revenue forecasts for next year means that the ‘fortune’ of Australia’s telcos are now less about attracting new customers as in retaining existing ones with more generous data caps and the reliability of network infrastructure, according to one telecoms analyst firm.

Published in Telecoms & NBN
Thursday, 17 November 2011 19:00

Australian telecoms revenues pass $40 billion

Telecoms services revenues in Australia are set to pass the $40 billion mark this year, with Telstra still the dominant market player with a 60 percent marketshare, but well short of the halcyon days in the early 2000s when it commanded 80 percent of the market.

Published in Market

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