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Telcos tip data usage to break mobile records over New Year's

Sydney Morning Herald Monday, 31 December 2018
Telcos tip data usage to break mobile records over New Year'sTens of millions of Australians will text, call and use social media to welcome 2019. Telstra alone expects a four-fold increase in data usage since 2014.
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