Spark monthly data household use jumps 29% in 3 months

Tuesday 12 May 2015 | 14:25 CET | News
Spark New Zealand reports that the average monthly data use per household for its broadband customers has increased by 29 percent in three months, from 42.5GB in February to 55GB in April this year. Growth rates over the last two years had been steady at around 50 percent per year.

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Companies: Spark
Countries: New Zealand
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