The Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) has released figures showing that Australians have been spending more money on TV.
On average, Australians pay $24 more for a standard-definition TV package than they do in the US.
However, the ABS figures also show that there are a range of households that spend more than the average Australian.
The most popular TV viewing devices are: A3D TVs, including the Vizio and Vizio E series, and Roku sets.
While the Vizios and Vizios E series are the most popular, Australians spend the most on the new Panasonic X-Series A4.
And while people tend to watch a range more than they pay for it, Australians still spend the least on TV sets that are over $500.
Some people may have bought their TV through the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC), and those who have opted to buy through an ABC or SBS affiliate have more money than average.
It’s worth noting that there is no specific data on the spending of the household in Australia, so it’s not clear how much more Australians spend per month on TV than the US or Canada.
For those who do buy their TV from an ABC, SBS or a cable provider, it’s likely that they are paying more than average, because the networks have lower prices and offer the best local content.
In the US, there is a wide range of options, with many TV providers offering multiple channels and many TV networks offering an online subscription service.
But in Australia there is only one major TV provider, Foxtel, which offers two channels and a wide variety of channels.
Many Australian viewers have also opted to pay for more than one cable provider.
Foxtell, for example, offers a wide array of channels including the popular Disney Channel and Nickelodeon’s Animal Planet.
But Australians can also choose to pay as little or as much as they want to buy a cable subscription.
So while it’s a good idea to check the pricing for your cable provider before making a purchase, there are some good deals to be found.
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