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*One petabyte (PB) = 1,000,000 gigabytes or 1,000,000,000,000,000 bytes.
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Mobile Broadband in Australia - Infographic

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The ACMA’s new research report shows mobile broadband has added $33.8 billion of economic activity in Australia.
Check out the ACMA’s infographic and for more information

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Mobile Broadband in Australia - Infographic

  1. 1. acma.gov.au Boosting the economy *One petabyte (PB) = 1,000,000 gigabytes or 1,000,000,000,000,000 bytes. Source: ACMA, The economic impacts of mobile broadband on the Australian economy, from 2006 to 2013. A quarter of businesses surveyed said adopting mobile broadband reduced costs Average cost of a mobile telecommunications connection fell by In 2013, purchasing power increased by an estimated Australia’s mobile communications sector employs Aussies are mobile-data hungry. We’re consuming more and more data via mobile networks and adding billions to the economy along the way. We connect to mobile networks using dongles, tablets, data cards and smartphones—and future use is set to explode. It’s all about growth 38% 76% Mobile data use predicted to grow a year a year (2013–17) from 22.2 PB* a month in 2013 UP BY TOTAL INCREASE AN INCREASE OF 265% 866% 4G data traffic to grow A 3GB 1.7GB of data a month by 2017 to use an average of up from in 2013 4G devices Business mobile broadband use to grow to 20PB a month by 2017 up from 6.1PB in 2013 78% A INCREASE 231% INCREASE A 260% Private/ household mobile data traffic to grow to 57PB up from 16PB in 2013 a month by 2017 81.1 PB to in 2017 In 2013, mobile broadband has added $26.5billion $7.3 billion to the economy of economic activity in Australia, with due to time savings for business billion $33.8 (that’s 2.28% of our GDP) (78%) Growth in mobile broadband productivity, use and demand has increased competition and affordability: 21% 11.3% $652 21,000 people Sector productivity grew a year (2006–13) and adds Mobile broadband— the dollars & the data per person

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