Every year, Telstra blogs a summary of the highs (and greater highs) of customer impact on their network.
The short summary, four of the ten biggest download weeks of 2019 on the fixed network were dominated by Fortnite releases.
The Mandalorian and Cricket World Cup delivered two more big weeks and the other four weeks were mostly linked to public holidays (bored teenagers?).
|1||14 October||Fortnite 11 Chapter 2 Release|
|2||18 November||Disney + Launch & Mandalorian Premiere (AU)|
|3||28 January||Australia Day Weekend|
|4||08 April||Easter Holidays|
|5||25 March||Fortnite 8.1 Release|
|6||26 August||Fortnite 10.2 Release|
|7||25 February||Fortnite 8.0 Release|
|8||7 October||Labour Day Weekend|
|9||10 June||Cricket World Cup & Queens Birthday Holiday|
|10||30 September||First weekend after sports season|
On mobile, things were somewhat different with four out of five big weeks being sporting based while the fifth was the ever-green Black Friday weekend.
|1||26 October||Halloween Weekend / Rugby World Cup / Cox Plate|
|2||23 November||Australia v Pakistan Cricket / Bushfire Crisis|
|3||29 November||Black Friday Weekend|
|4||21 September||Prelim AFL – Collingwood vs GWS|
|5||28 September||AFL Grand Final – Richmond vs GWS|
Growing out of a Queensland average of 268GB/month, Coomera on the Gold Coast managed a very hearty 445.8GB/month, followed closely by Roxburgh Park (VIC) and Pimpama (QLD).
State/Territory Suburb Usage per household (GB)
Looking at states overall, the average per month in 2019 was;
|New South Wales||242GB|
Telstra notes that the data is for 1st January to mid-December 2019 and also observes that identified highlights for the peak months are guesses only.