Australian ISPs spend more on network costs than NZ ISPs

Thursday 31 May 2012 | 04:45 CET | News
Although New Zealand ISPs have been introducing higher-quota plans over the last year, Australian consumers still enjoy larger data allowances, according to research by Market Clarity. The study found that Australian ISPs spend more of their ARPU on network costs than their New Zealand counterparts, which may be due to the more intense competition in the Australian market. Australian consumers have higher quota plans, with the average at 115 GB, versus New Zealand internet users at 25 GB on average. However, consumption in Australia stands at only 19.9 GB per month versus 13.5 GB for New

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Categories: Internet
Countries: Australia / New Zealand
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