Australian Household 5G Fixed Wireless Substitution Forecast

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Australian Household 5G Fixed Wireless Substitution Forecast

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Australian Household 5G Fixed Wireless Substitution Forecast
The advent of 5G, combined with an increase in smart device penetration, has made 5G fixed wireless and mobile broadband more attractive to consumers, and this will lead to a significant growth in wireless broadband usage. As consumers rely more and more on wireless broadband (both mobile and fixed wireless) connectivity, customers may look to cut their fixed broadband connection and rely on wireless devices for broadband connectivity.

Contents

Key Takeaways

Introduction

  • Why 5G fixed wireless matters
  • Methodology

Section 1: Supply - 5G rollout and fixed wireless marketing

  • 5G Network Rollout
  • Current 5G fixed wireless product and price
  • MNO marketing for 5G fixed wireless
  • NBN Recent Network Announcements

Section 2: Demand and willingness to shift

  • Interest in 5G
  • Data usage distribution

Section 3: Australian fixed wireless broadband forecasts

  • Total broadband growth
  • 5G fixed wireless forecasts

Conclusion

List of charts/tables

Figure 1.         Australian 5G household fixed wireless broadband forecast methodology (2020 – 2024)

Figure 2.         MNO 5G rollouts and announced targets

Figure 3.         5G coverage over time, by operator

Figure 4.         Fixed nbn consumer broadband pricing by RSP (A$ per month, September 2020)

Figure 5.         Willingness to consider 5G fixed wireless as a fixed broadband service

Figure 6.         Data usage of fixed broadband households

Figure 7.         SVOD take-up and penetration profile

Figure 8.         Overall fixed broadband household penetration (%)

Figure 9.         5G Fixed wireless broadband subscriptions (millions)

Figure 10.         Share of fixed broadband, 5G fixed wireless and mobile-only households