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  • Aussies rack up phone bills watching video on-the-go
  • Aussies rack up phone bills watching video on-the-go
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Aussies rack up phone bills watching video on-the-go

At the end of 2017, Australians aged 18- to 24 years-old were watching more free-to-view video content on their mobile than on live TV. But as on-the-go video offerings widen, and media consumption on smartphones increases, the nation is racking up big mobile data bills.

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