I agree @david4.
Interesting the way the report is worded. They talk about end user premises, but that includes everyone including businesses doesn't it? So they have included everything from very large commercial enterprises down to grandma and/or grandpa Kettle's home.
"just 14 per cent of end-user premises accounted for 50 per cent of total traffic across all nbn™ access network technologies." Are these the commercial premises, and the outlier private users?
"But blowing all of those away was Australia’s biggest downloader for April: a residential end-user premises on a 100/40Mbps retail plan who consumed a whopping 23.59TB of data in just one month. To put this in perspective, that is the equivalent of downloading about 5000 DVDs!" This level of usage is extraordinary, and it may be for example an IT business run from a residential property @grahroll .
"a minority of end users (just six per cent) were responsible for 50 per cent of uploads for April, with the largest uploader of the month sending more than 14TB out from their premises." Same comment as for downloads.
"Fixed Line technology choice is not having a great impact on end-user demand today, but that we must continue to ensure flexibility in the capacity management of the network to meet the demands of the future." In plain English: people want to access the content they want on the internet regardless of what the NBN technology they are provided. Surprised? NO!
Remember the quote: Lies, damned lies, and statistics. Well this is a case of meaningless statistics gathered just to show what NBN want.