[LINK] Broadband Around the World - Telstra claims one of the highest ARPU's in the World
tomk at unwired.com.au
Fri May 22 12:05:03 AEST 2009
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> To: 'Richard Chirgwin'; 'Link'
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> claims one of the highest ARPU's in the World
> So Richard, without fear of contradiction, I can safely say that if we
> assume that 75% of users are on Telstras lowest plan ($29.95) and 35%
> are on Telstras highest Plan $149.95 then the average according to the
> numbers I have which are:
> Total internet. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
> Total IP & data access . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
> from the TELSTRA PDF Annual Report 2008
> A total of $4,231,000,000 (including mobile data plans).
> I therefore get ARPU's of :
> 65% $249.70 each subscriber.
> 35% $134.45 each subscriber.
> Yep - definitely the highest in the world.
Oops, I re-read that last posting - and it needs some additional
The Customer ARPU for all TELSTRA IP access in Australia ANNUALLY is
$768.00 per subscriber or $64.02 per month per sub.
If we take into consideration the actual megabytes up/down via PAIX AND
assume that represents 50% of all au IP traffic, then the monthly figure
(traffic based) =
65% $20.81 x2 = $41.62 p/mth
35% $11.20 x2 = $22.41 p/mth
So that is close to your figure.
However, the $64.02 per month per sub is the real revenue - i.e.:
Subscribers are charged for a volume of traffic - whether or not they
In other words - Subscribers under utilise their Telstra IP services by
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