Telstra is now the third-most expensive telas service provider in the country, according to data released by telas ltd.
The telas business is not the only one suffering from the massive rise in demand for the telecommunications product.
A record number of Australians are using mobile phones, but prices are continuing to rise.
This is partly because of a huge increase in the number of people using smartphones, and a huge surge in the cost of using them.
But there is another factor at play: the massive expansion of the mobile broadband market.
As of November, more than 50 million Australians were using mobile broadband, and nearly two thirds of them were using their smartphones.
That has led to an increase in prices.
In February, Telstra reported that its average mobile bill rose by 5.5 per cent to $3,976.
That is $30 a month more than a year earlier, but the increase was less than half of the average increase for the past year.
On average, Telas customers pay $8,800 a year more than their mobile phone bill, according the Telstra Optus data.
This represents a 20 per cent increase in cost over the past 12 months.
The rise is largely due to the expansion of mobile broadband services across Australia, and the expansion in the use of tablets and smartphones.
Telstra’s chief executive officer, John Graham, said the telas price hike was due to its “aggressive pricing strategy” in the wireless market.
He said telas was still focused on its core business of providing high speed broadband services to its customers, but also had a strategy to improve its customer experience.
He noted that the telcos mobile network coverage was improving, and it had recently expanded its footprint in rural areas.
He also said that Telstra was “very confident” that the company’s revenue from wireless broadband would increase from $3.2 billion to $5.9 billion in 2019, and that the cost per customer would be $1,300.
Telas is not alone in the tels business.
The National Broadband Network (NBN) is also increasing the cost it charges for mobile broadband customers.
The average monthly bill on the NBN is $20 a month, according data from mobile phone retailer Telstra.