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2017-05-05

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Telstra increases NBN market share

Telstra continues to lead the pack in relation to NBN-based customers – and by a solid margin.

The latest figures released by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) in its NBN wholesale market report show Telstra accounting for just under half (49.8%) of all wholesale services acquired from nbn to date.

Second was TPG, with 23.7%, then Optus at 12.8% and Vocus at 7.5%.

So much for the NBN as a mechanism for reducing Telstra’s “dominance” in the telecommunications market.

It seems unlikely that this picture is going to change dramatically in the short to medium term.

Indeed, as the metropolitan sections of the NBN come into greater play, Telstra is likely to enjoy even greater advantages of scale in terms of its ability to advertise, connect and support NBN-based services.

Meanwhile, customers continue to gravitate towards lower bandwidth packages, with over 55% of all services acquired being at the 25/5 Mbps speed tier.

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