SURVEY: AUSTRALIANS USING NEW SERVICES, INCLUDING WEB RADIO, AS BROADBAND SPEEDS INCREASE

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Sep 8 2011 - 12:00pm

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Australian Internet users are trying new web services — including Internet radio — as they gain access to faster broadband speeds, according to a new survey. In fact, more than 9 in 10 respondents said they’ve tried a new service online since getting faster speeds.

The fourth-most popular new activity is listening to Internet radio, with 15% of respondents saying they now stream webcasts. Meanwhile, the volume of data downloaded by Australians is up a third over 2010 — probably due to the growing popularity of streaming video and radio.

“It’s amazing how the number of people mainly using the Internet to listen to online radio is nearly the same as those who are now into online gaming,” commented Compare Broadband, the company behind this new survey. Find more coverage here.

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