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CHARACTERISTIC: NON-HOUSEHOLD USE OF ICT
VOLUME OF DATA DOWNLOADED BY NON-HOUSEHOLD ISP SUBSCRIBERS
Source: ABS Internet Activity, Australia, March 2004 (cat. no. 8153.0)
NON-HOUSEHOLD ISP SUBSCRIBERS
Source: ABS Internet Activity, Australia, March 2004 (cat. no. 8153.0).
The ABS Internet Activity Survey is a census which collects information on aspects of Internet access services and other services provided by ISPs in Australia. Please see the Explanatory Notes of cat. no. 8153.0 for further information on the survey including scope, methodology, data quality, concepts and definitions.
Internet Service Provider (ISP)
Resident Australian individual or business offering Internet access services to customers.
Subscribers who have accessed the Internet or paid for access to the Internet through an ISP in the ninety days during the reference period.
All businesses, corporations, non-profit organisations and government organisations who subscribe to Internet access via an ISP. This may include some home based businesses.
A data unit of 1,048, 576 bytes, sometimes interpreted as 1 million bytes.
A data unit of 1,024 MB.
Defined by the ABS as an 'always on' Internet connection with an access speed equal to or greater than 256kbs.