|Key sector indicator||Value||Annual change (%)||Timeframe of value||Source|
|Economic contribution - Information media and telecommunications|
|Industry Value Added ($Bn) (a)||47.5||9.1||12 mths to Jun 2015||ABS|
|Engineering construction work done ($Bn) (b)||6.5||14.1||12 mths to Mar 2015||ABS|
|Engineering construction work yet to be done ($Bn) (c)||1.8||-20.3||as at Mar 2015||ABS|
|Value of internet commerce ($Bn) (d)||266.8||8.3||12 mths to Jun 2014||ABS|
|IMT share of Gross Domestic Product (%)||3.0||n.p.||12 mths to Jun 2015||ABS|
|Mobile handset internet subscribers (mil) (e)||21.0||2.1||as at Jun 2015||ABS|
|Internet subscriptions ('000) (f)||12,762||2.2||as at Jun 2015||ABS|
|Dial-up ('000)||95||-47.8||as at Jun 2015||ABS|
|Broadband ('000)||12,667||3.0||as at Jun 2015||ABS|
|Volume of data downloaded (TB, '000) (f)||1,388.7||39.4||3 mths to Jun 2015||ABS|
|Download volume per subscription (GB)||108.8||36.3||3 mths to Jun 2015||ABS|
|Dial-up (GB)||0.5||44.4||3 mths to Jun 2015||ABS|
|Total broadband (GB)||109.6||35.4||3 mths to Jun 2015||ABS|
|Complaints per 10,000 services in operation||7.2||-12.2||3 mths to Mar 2015||TIO|
|Lots/Premises passed/covered by NBN ('000) (g)||1,347.7||123.0||as at 1 Oct 2015||NBN Co|
|Premises activated by NBN Co ('000) (g)||612.4||190.8||as at 1 Oct 2015||NBN Co|
|Carriage service providers||1,539||11.2||as at 27 Jun 2015||TIO|
|Carriers supplying infrastructure||208.0||3.5||as at Jun 2014||ACMA|
|Internet service providers||69.0||-2.8||as at Jun 2015||ABS|
Sources: ABS 5206.0, 8762.0, 8153.0 and 8166.0, ACMA, TIO, NBN Co
a – Industry value added chain volume measures (reference year 2012—13), seasonally adjusted. ANZSIC division J.
b – Engineering construction work done is in current prices. Includes mobile phone, radio, television, microwave and radar transmission towers; telephone lines and underground cables; coaxial cables.
c – Engineering construction work not commenced is in current prices. Includes mobile phone, radio, television, microwave and radar transmission towers; telephone lines and underground cables; coaxial cables.
d – Value of internet commerce is in current prices.
e – Internet access subscribers via a mobile handset. Mobile handset includes smartphones such as the iPhone, Windows phone and Android based phones, but excludes tablets such as the iPad. Currently, the ABS counts internet subscribers via a mobile handset separately from other internet subscribers.
f – The data includes dial-up, fixed line and wireless (including mobile dongles but excluding mobile handsets). Currently, the ABS counts internet subscribers via a mobile handset separately from other internet subscribers.
g – nbn co updates this data on a weekly basis. For up to date results refer nbn co.
'n.p.' – not published
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