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Australians will be using some sort of wireless broadband by 2007. “Wireless access will account for nearly 10 percent of Australian broadband connections within three years, according to Ovum, a research group. Ovum says 298,000 of 3.1 million broadband connections servicing Australian businesses and consumers by […]

Australians will be using some sort of wireless broadband by 2007. “Wireless access will account for nearly 10 percent of Australian broadband connections within three years, according to Ovum, a research group. Ovum says 298,000 of 3.1 million broadband connections servicing Australian businesses and consumers by 2007 will be wireless. Ovum says the figure includes both fixed (Wi-Max) and mobile (MBWA) wireless broadband connections, but excludes wireless data connections employing 3G mobile handsets. Currently there is a big brouhaha brewing as incumbent Telstra and upstart UNwired square off for the market share. Ovum also points out that these numbers don’t include the 3G connections. (Source: ZDNet Australia)

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