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Topic # 110617 12-Oct-2012 15:58 Send private message

Statistics New Zealand has released the Internet Service Provider Survey 2012.





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  Reply # 700254 12-Oct-2012 16:08 Send private message

Average consumption is now 16GB month. I hope those ISPs start getting 500 GB plans tomorrow, because things will only get bigger from now.





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  Reply # 700262 12-Oct-2012 16:21 Send private message

Is the second download speed graph supposed to be upload speed (towards the bottom of this page)?

 

 



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  Reply # 700331 12-Oct-2012 17:33 Send private message

TrueNet probes support the ISP supplied data - I guess that supports both?



I think they may have published the wrong chart for upload




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  Reply # 700385 12-Oct-2012 19:21 Send private message

freitasm: Average consumption is now 16GB month.


I would've liked to see what the distribution of this consumption is. A small number of very high consumption users could be swamping a very large number of low consumption users in that average. Knowing the median usage would help a lot.

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  Reply # 700394 12-Oct-2012 19:46 Send private message

Jarno:
freitasm: Average consumption is now 16GB month.


I would've liked to see what the distribution of this consumption is. A small number of very high consumption users could be swamping a very large number of low consumption users in that average. Knowing the median usage would help a lot.


Agreed. For a statistics report this contained very little useful information.

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