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The Coronavirus outbreak in 2020 has a significant impact on global production and supply chains.
During the coming year the telecommunications sector will vary to varying degrees and is likely to experience a decline in cellular device production, while it may also be difficult for network operators to manage workflows when maintaining and improving existing infrastructure. Overall progress towards 5G may be delayed or slowed in some countries.
On the consumer side, spending on telecommunications services and equipment is under pressure from the financial effects of large-scale job losses and consequently restrictions on disposable income. However, the important nature of telecommunications services, both for public communication and tools for working at home, will offset the pressure.
Although it is difficult to predict and interpret the long-term effects of a developing crisis, this has been recognized in the industry estimates contained in this report.
The report also includes responses from telecommunications operators as well as government agencies and regulators when they react to crises to ensure that citizens can continue to utilize telecommunications services optimally. This can be reflected in the scheme of subsidies and the promotion of tele-health and tele-education, among other solutions.
Australian cellular network operators continue to work towards the launch of 5G.
Australia is predicted to be one of the top four markets that will drive 5G growth in Asia.
5G connections are estimated to reach around 50-60% of the total connections in 2025.
Very slow growth of cellular subscribers is expected over the next five years until 2024.
4.5G and 5G are new boundaries connected with communication devices that can be used and other IoT and M2M activities.
Assessment of COVID-19’s global impact on the telecommunications sector.
The Australian mobile market is dominated by three major cellular network operators, Telstra, Optus and Vodafone (VHA). It has been able to offer LTE services on a wholesale basis thus driving growth in the LTE sector.
There are also a large number of Cellular Virtual Network Operators (MVNO) in Australia
These companies buy wholesale cellular services from MNO, provide services under their own brand and usually provide their own billing and customer service. Major MVNOs in Australia include Amaysim, Kogan Mobile, Aldi Mobile, Ovo Mobile, Boost Mobile, Lebara Mobile and Virgin Mobile.
Australian mobile network operators continue to work towards launching 5G, laying the foundation for the next generation network and continuing to develop and improve the existing 4G network on the 5G upgrade path.
In 2019 all three MNOs now provide comprehensive population coverage with their LTE network and are ready to launch 5G services.
In general, with most mature markets, there are more cellular service customers in Australia than people. Growth was driven by an increase in population as well as an increase in the number of people using two or cellular subscriptions, generally one for personal use and the other for business use.
Very slow growth is predicted over the next five years until 2024 with the penetration rate expected to rise slightly above the projected population increase.
Revenues for cellular operators in recent years have been marked by continued service retrieval based on LTE technology, and an increasing proportion of cellular data to overall revenue.
All three Australian mobile operators now invest billions of dollars in their network each year, with the aim of securing new customers and retaining existing ones. More and more consumers are looking for cellular communications for their broadband needs.
Main Topics Covered
1 Market analysis
2 COVID-19 and its impact on the telecommunications sector
2.1 Economic considerations and responses
2.2 Mobile devices
3 cellular statistics
3.1 Total cellular customers and market forecasts
3.2 Mobile operators market share and customer growth
3.3 Prepaid and postpaid customers by operators
3.4 Cellular service revenue, market forecasts and analysis
3.5 Overview of operator revenue statistics
3.6 Average earnings per user (ARPU)
3.7 Statistics and estimates of cellular broadband
4 Cellular infrastructure
4.2 4G (LTE)
4.3 3G services
4.4 2G services
4.6 Small cell technology
5 Overview of cellular spectrum
5.1 Spectrum and license ownership
5.2 Fifteen-year spectrum licensing paths
5.3 Additional spectrum of 5G
6 cellular spectrum auctions
6.1 800MHz and 1.8GHz auctions
The auction results are 6.2 700MHz and 2.5GHz
6.3 4G Auction 2016
6.4 Auction of 2017 residual spectrum
Spectrum auction 6.5 700 MHz 2017
6.6 5G Spectrum Auctions
7 Cellular Network Operators (MNO)
7.4 Vodafone Hutchison Australia (VHA)
8 Virtual Cellular Network Operators (MVNO)
8.1 Market definitions
8.2 Market overview
8.3 Market statistics
8.4 Historical overview
8.6 Kogan Mobile
8.7 Aldi Mobile
8.8 Ovo Mobile
8.9 Lebara Mobile
8.10 Upgrade the Phone
8.12 Virgin Mobile
8.13 Woolworths Mobile
8.14 MeU Mobile
9.1 Smartphone usage statistics
9.2 Supplier market share handset
9.3 Wearable and smart watches
10 Appendix Historical data
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Vodafone Hutchison Australia (VHA)
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