The time Australians spent on various sorts of phone calls between 2001 and 2008 is shown in the graph.
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Local fixed-line calls increased from 72 billion minutes to under 90 billion in 2003, making them the most prominent throughout this time. The next year, it reached a height of 90 billion. Following this, it entered a downward trend by 2008 and returned to the level of 2001. At the end of the studied period, the number of domestic and international fixed-line calls had increased progressively from 38 billion to 61 billion. Yet over the past two years, the progress slowed down.
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Also, there has been a significant increase in mobile calls from 2 billion to 46 billion minutes. Particularly between 2005 and 2008, this growth was noted. The use of mobile phones tripled throughout this period. Local fixed-line calls continued to be popular in 2008, but the difference between these three categories decreased dramatically throughout the second half of the year.
In conclusion, it is abundantly clear that during the indicated period, local phones were used by a significant majority of callers. The least common activity among Australians was using a mobile phone, however, that number significantly increased throughout that time.