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According to the ACCC’s latest quarterly Wholesale Market Indicators Report, NBN is now providing over 6.1 million homes with broadband services, with more than half a million new services added between July and September.

Telstra remains the dominant acquirer of wholesale NBN services, with 48.1% of all connections, and while market shares vary each quarter, Telstra’s market share has declined from a peak of 50.1% in June 2017 and TPG Group’s market share has fallen from about 23.4% to 22%.

During this period, Optus increased its market share from 12.8% to 15.2%, while Vocus’ share fell slightly. The collective share of other access seekers increased from about 5.7% to 7.3%.

The report also highlights that the number of higher speed plans taken up by Australian consumers continues to increase, with almost two-thirds of all NBN services now of higher speeds of 50Mbps and above.

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