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  • Pandemic savings prompt Aussie smart home boom
  • Pandemic savings prompt Aussie smart home boom
    Dane Deaner (2019) ©
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Pandemic savings prompt Aussie smart home boom

Having spent more time at home and less money on travel, Australians are investing in smart home technology. With the rise of remote work set to stay, there's an opportunity for brands to tap Aussies' increased interest in connected living and provide seamless smart home experiences.

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