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Common connectivity options

Article that discusses different connectivity options Australians use

The Australian Communications and Media Authority Communications report 2017–18 revealed that in June 2018 there were 41.7 million internet subscribers. National Broadband Network – related services and mobile internet services have been on an increasing upward trend.

There are a number of different methods for a user to connect to the internet, and this table below shows the most common connectivity options used by Australians. We will review next what you can do to help increase the quality of the most common types of connections.

Common connectivity options chart by year (Source: Australian Communications and Media Authority Communications report 2017–18)

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