Wireless internet eats into Australia’s ‘fixed’ broadband market

Australians are increasingly turning to wireless services to get their broadband internet — just as the government embarks on a $43 billion plan to deliver the web through a network of cables and wires.Telstra yesterday revealed the market for “fixed” broadband services — delivered through cable or traditional phone lines — was levelling off while wireless services on devices such as iPhones were soaring.To read this report in The Australian in full, see:

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