Cable television subscribers per household reached 20.4 % in 2003 in Australia, according to World Bank. This is 1.48 % more than in the previous year.
Historically, cable television subscribers per household in Australia reached an all time high of 20.4 % in 2003 and an all time low of 19.3 % in 2000.
Australia has been ranked 20th within the group of 25 countries we follow in terms of cable television subscribers per household.
Cable television is a system for providing television programmes to consumers via radio frequency (RF) signals transmitted to televisions through coaxial cables or digital light pulses through fixed optical fibres located on the subscriber's property.