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Operators Capitalizing on Long-Term Evolution (LTE) Spectrum Assets creating New Revenue Streams in Australia Telecoms Industry

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Published on : Mar 29, 2017

Albany, New York, March 29, 2017: ResearchMoz.us has announced the addition of the “Australia - Telecoms Industry - Statistics and Forecasts” report to its offering. The report on the Australia telecommunications industry provides insights into the market dynamics, consumer trends, key offerings of telecom service providers, emerging opportunities, and competitive landscape. The research offers revenue share and size of leading telecom providers and analyzes the crucial factors expected to impact their market share over the forecast period. The changes in marketing campaigns of several internet companies due to developments in telecom infrastructure in Australia are covered in the research analysis.

The aggregate revenue generated from various telecoms services in Australia surpassed $42 billion in 2016 and the overall market is poised to grow at an impressive rate in 2017. Currently, Telstra Corporation Limited dominates the Australia telecom market with a substantial share of over 50%; however, with intensifying competition among various players, the company will witness a declining share in the coming years. The competitive landscape is shaped by the changing pricing strategies of the fixed-line and mobile voice services offered by leading providers. Disruptive technologies related to IoT, M2M, and advances in fiber optic technologies are anticipated to fuel the competitive rivalry among several telecom providers in Australia.

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Developments in 5G spectrum technology and its successful implementation are expected to significantly transform the Australia telecom industry along the forecast period. The convergence of traditional telecom providers in Australia and various internet companies has triggered consolidation in the industry and is expected to transform the regulatory landscape in a big way.

Pervasive changes in consumer preferences have hindered the revenue generation from public switched telephone network services, with the result that a majority of voice traffic will be IP based. According to industry analysts, the revenue from fixed-line broadband on the copper network will keep on falling and so will be the traffic generated from fixed-line telephony. This will create new revenue streams for Mobile Network Operators (MNOs); a substantial chunk of their revenue will come from mobile data rather than mobile services and a large number of MNOs in Australia will aim for nation-wide LTE coverage in the foreseeable future.

The growing popularity of voice over long-term evolution (VoLTE) and the governmental release of new spectrums for LTE mobile broadband are encouraging developments for numerous telecom operators and the consumers. The market will witness soaring investments by several MNOs to acquire spectrum assets and upgrade their overall mobile infrastructure to gain competitive edge over others. The increasing adoption of mobile or broadband networks in Australia is what makes it different from the other developed markets across the globe. However, the inroads made by OTT services in the recent years have put enormous pressures of the pricing of mobile data services; as a result, the players will be unable to offset the losses due to declining average revenue per user (ARPU), at least for the next few years. However, the growing popularity of the LTE networks and the increasing uptake of subscription video on demand (SVOD) services are encouraging developments in the Australia telecoms market.

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