Australian Internet Retailers Q1 2024 Call Centre Rankings Mystery Shopping

Internet Retailers Q1 2024 Call Centre Rankings

Introduction

In August 2023, we commenced conducting mystery shopping calls to a minimum of six different Internet Retailers across Australia to provide Voice of Customer (VoC) insights into the performance of the call centre channel for consumers and add additional value for ACXPA Members who are seeking regular, independent industry benchmarking data based on real calls, not self-reported information.

Each month we conduct Mystery Shopping calls posing as real customers to assess the accessibility (how easy it was to connect to a live agent) and the customer service/quality of the interaction with the live agent using over 80 different performance metrics as defined in the Australian Contact Centre Quality Standards.

As the majority of Internet Retailers require existing customers to provide account information for technical support, billing, etc.,  all the mystery shopping scenarios we tested were posing as new customers enquiring about a new internet connection or looking to switch from an existing Internet Retailer, with both scenarios considered new business opportunities for the Internet Retailers.

That means, for clarity, existing customers with technical or billing enquiries may have different experiences, as they are often treated with a different priority and handled by completely different teams.

Summary sector average data for the Internet Retailers sector is published monthly for ACXPA Members, and we publicly release a quarterly report (like this) containing average sector data and a small sample of the results for individual Internet Retailers.

Internet Retailers that purchase our Contact Centre CX Benchmarking reports receive the data for all 80 metrics for their contact centre each month, call recordings, assessors notes, trend data and benchmarking data for any five competitors they nominate. Learn more >

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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Q1 2024

Of the six industry sectors we currently assess each month (Banks, Car Insurance, Councils, Energy Retailers, Internet Retailers, and TAFEs), the Internet Retailers were the highest-ranked in Overall Rankings in Q1 2024 with a score of 61.9%.

  • The Overall ranking score for Internet Retailers in Q1 2024 of 61.9% was the only industry sector rated as ‘Met Standard’. Scores for each Internet Retailer in Q1 2024 ranged from 27.6% (Telstra) to 75.6% (Aussie Broadband). Banks were the lowest-ranked industry sector with 43.0%.
  • Access rankings for the Internet sector was 81.8%, ranked first out of the six industry sectors we assess, with scores ranging from 33.3% (Telstra) to 94.8% (iiNet). Banks were the lowest-rated industry sector for Q1 2024 with 44.2%.
  • The Quality score for Internet Retailers in Q1 2024 was 58.0%, third of the six industry sectors we assess, ranging from 46.1% (Dodo) to 68.0% (Aussie Broadband). Councils were the highest-rated industry sector for Quality (64.2%) with TAFEs the lowest (53.1%).

ACCESS RESULTS Q1 2024

Accessibility scores reflect how easy it was to get through to a live person to discuss your internet needs and for Internet Retailers, the sector was rated as ‘ Exceeds Standard’ at 81.8%, coming in first of six industry sectors we assessed for Q1 2024 (Banks were the worst at 44.2%).

The data suggests it was easy for consumers to reach a live call centre agent when shopping around for a new internet provider.

  • For Q1 2024, Telstra was the most difficult to get through a live agent with a ranking of 33.3%, with iiNet the easiest at 94.8%, only marginally ahead of Aussie Broadband (93.3%) and Optus (90.4%).  With a score of 94.8%, iiNet was the highest-rated call centre in Australia for Access in Q1 2024 across all industry sectors.
  • Across the Internet Retailers sector, 9.3% of calls we made were not answered in Q1 2024 within our 10-minute threshold. Telstra failed to answer 0% of our calls in January 2024 within our 10 minutes wait time threshold, the point at which we disconnect. However, Telstra improved in February 2024 (answering 33%) and in March 2024, they answered 100% of calls within 10 minutes.
  • Average wait times across all Internet Retailers decreased significantly from Q4 2023, decreasing from 02:10 to 01:14 in Q1 2024 (down 56 seconds).
  • The quickest wait time for Q1 2024 was Dodo with an average wait time of just 00:03 minutes, the best of call contact centres in Australia. Dodo also achieved the lowest wait times of all Internet Retailers for all three months in Q1 2024.
  • The longest wait time for Q1 2024 was Telstra with 06:30 minutes, with January 2024 their longest wait time average of 10:00 minutes.
  • All Internet Retailers had two IVR layers (press one for this, two for that) with Optus the only Energy Retailer with just a single layer.
  • In addition to making menu selections, customers were forced to listen to 00:14 minutes of recorded messages, the shortest of all industry sectors measured, ranging from 00:08 minutes (Aussie Broadband) to 00:28 minutes (Dodo).
  • Telstra had the most deductions of all Internet Retailers (100% of all calls had deductions), primarily driven by the inability to speak to someone about a new internet account if you aren’t already an existing customer.
  • Talk times averaged 07:59 minutes across all Internet Retailers in Q1 2024 (up from 06:30 in Q4 2023) ranging from 06:52 minutes (Aussie Broadband) to 09:39 minutes (Telstra).

QUALITY RESULTS Q1 2024

The Quality of customer service across the Internet Retail sector was rated ‘Below Standard’ with a score of 58.0%, ranging from 46.1% (Dodo) to 68.0% (Aussie Broadband).

  • Of the five Quality Competencies we assessed using the Australian Contact Centre Quality Standards, the ‘Engage’ competency was the lowest rated at 44.9% with Internet Retailers failing to build rapport with customers, take ownership, and provide a personalised experience. Scores ranged from 25.0% (Dodo) to 62.5% (iiNet).
  • TPG scored the highest-ever result for an Internet Retailer in the Engage competency in March 2024 with 91.7%.
  • Using the customer’s name during the conversation,  one of the four ‘Engage’ behaviours we assess, was ranked at just 31.5% for Internet Retailers, ranging from 11.1% (Aussie Broadband) to 50.0% (iiNet).
  • The ‘Close’ competency was the highest-rated of the five Quality Competencies with a score of 70.7% ranging from 29.6% (Dodo) to 92.6% (TPG).
  • The ‘Discover’ competency was rated at 63.6% in Q1 2024 and is used to assess that the conversation explores and confirms both what the customer needs from the call and what they wish to achieve through the available products and services. Scores ranged from 59.3% (Optus) through to 70.4% (iiNet).
  • One Major audio issue was observed in March 2024 with Dodo, and Audio Distractions were observed on calls in February and March 2024 for Dodo and Telstra.

Call Centre Rankings Key:

POOR

BELOW STANDARD

MEETS STANDARDS

EXCEEDS STANDARD

OUTSTANDING

OVERALL RANKINGS – Q1 2024, Internet Retailers

Overall Rankings*
Internet Retailers - Q1 2024
1st:Aussie Broadband75.6%
2nd:TPG Internet72.2%
3rd:iiNET72.0%
Lowest:Telstra Internet27.6%
Sector AVE61.9%
Industry AVE54.7%
Internet Retailers Q1 Call Centre Rankings Matrix
Internet Retailers Q1 Call Centre Rankings Matrix (Mystery Shopping Results)

*The Overall Rankings are determined by the Access Score and Quality Score, with a higher weighting applied to the quality of the call. Deductions/penalties are applied for metrics that impact the customer’s experience, such as technical glitches, audio quality, and a failure to answer calls within our 10-minute threshold.

ACCESS SCORES – Q1 2024, Internet Retailers

The Call Centre Access Rankings rate how easy it was for customers wanting to speak to a live person to discuss their internet requirements.

59 individual elements are assessed, capturing the entire experience before interacting with a live agent including queue wait times, how easy it was to find the phone number, the number of menu options (i.e. press 1 for this, 2 for that), messaging times, hold music, audio quality and lots more.

Mystery Shopping calls to Internet Retailers are terminated if wait times exceed 10:00 minutes.

ACCESS Overall Rankings
Internet Retailers - Q1 2024
1st:iiNET94.8%
2nd:Aussie Broadband93.3%
3rd:Optus Internet90.4%
Lowest:Telstra Internet33.3%
Sector AVE81.8%
Industry AVE63.3%

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ACCESS Metrics

Below is a sample of the highest and lowest-ranked Internet Retailers for 6 of the 59 metrics we assess, along with the sector averages to illustrate the gaps between the best and worst performance in the Internet Retailer sector.

Companies that purchase the Contact Centre CX Benchmarking reports will be able to view all 59 metrics for their business and any five competitors they nominate.

Calls Answered %
Internet Retailers - Q1 2024
Highest:Aussie Broadband*100%
Lowest:Telstra Internet44.4%
Sector AVE90.7%
Industry AVE84.6%

*more than one business achieved the same result in this sector.

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Menu Layers
Internet Retailers - Q1 2024
Lowest:Optus Internet1.00
Highest:Aussie Broadband*2.00
Sector AVE1.8
Industry AVE2.1

*More than one business achieved the same result in this sector.

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Talk Time
Internet Retailers - Q1 2024
Lowest:Aussie Broadband06:52
Highest:Telstra Internet09:39
Sector AVE07:59
Industry AVE06:50

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Total Message Time
Internet Retailers - Q1 2024
Lowest:Aussie Broadband*00:08
Highest:Dodo Internet00:28
Sector AVE00:14
Industry AVE00:35

*More than one business achieved the same result in this sector.

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Average Wait Time
Internet Retailers - Q1 2024
Lowest:Dodo Internet00:03
Highest:Telstra Internet06:30
Sector AVE01:14
Industry AVE02:40

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Menu Navigation Time
Internet Retailers - Q1 2024
Lowest:TPG Internet*00:11
Highest:Telstra Internet00:18
Sector AVE00:13
Industry AVE00:26

*More than one business achieved the same result in this sector.

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QUALITY SCORES – Q1 2024, Internet Retailers

While getting through to a live Internet Retailer call centre agent is overwhelmingly quick for most providers,  what happens during the call can have a large influence on the customer’s satisfaction. 

Recent CX Statistics continue to highlight the importance of interacting live with a customer service employee and the preference to speak to a live agent rather than an automated chatbot/AI, etc.

The Australian Contact Centre Quality Standards have been developed and refined over 30 years, and when businesses consistently achieve high ratings in these core competencies, there is a direct correlation to improved business metrics however you measure them – Sales Conversions, NPS, Customer Effort Score, improved efficiency, reduced AHT etc.

The Quality Standards are assessed across five core competencies and 18 call-handling behaviours that directly correlate to better customer and business outcomes: Engage, Discover, Educate, Close and Energy.

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QUALITY Overall Rankings
Internet Retailers - Q1 2024
1st:Aussie Broadband68.0%
2nd:TPG Internet64.6%
3rd:iiNET62.2%
Lowest:Dodo Internet46.1%
Sector AVE58.0%
Industry AVE57.6%

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Quality Competencies 

Below are the overall scores for each of the five quality competencies we measure to assess the quality of the customer service provided by the live agent.

Each quality competency has an additional three or four behaviours that are assessed to enable businesses to hone in on specific skills that can be improved through coaching and/or training.

Companies that purchase the Contact Centre CX Benchmarking report will be able to see the results of the overall scores for each of the five competencies and the individual scores for all 18 behaviours for their call centre and any five competitors they nominate.

ENGAGE Overall Score
Internet Retailers - Q1 2024
1st:iiNET62.5%
2nd:TPG Internet55.6%
3rd:Telstra Internet45.8%
Lowest:Dodo Internet25.0%
Sector AVE44.9%
Industry AVE36.0%

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DISCOVER Overall Score
Internet Retailers - Q1 2024
1st:iiNET70.4%
2nd:Dodo Internet66.7%
3rd:Aussie Broadband63.0%
Lowest:Optus Internet59.3%
Sector AVE63.6%
Industry AVE54.7%

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EDUCATE Overall Score
Internet Retailers - Q1 2024
1st:iiNET*77.8%
2nd:TPG Internet*77.8%
3rd:Aussie Broadband*75.0%
Lowest:Telstra Internet50.0%
Sector AVE69.0%
Industry AVE67.0%

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CLOSE Overall Score
Internet Retailers - Q1 2024
1st:TPG Internet92.6%
2nd:iiNET81.5%
3rd:Optus Internet81.5%
Lowest:Dodo Internet29.6%
Sector AVE70.7%
Industry AVE62.4%

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ENERGY Overall Score
Internet Retailers - Q1 2024
1st:Aussie Broadband*88.9%
2nd:iiNET*88.9%
3rd:TPG Internet*70.8%
Lowest:Optus Internet41.7%
Sector AVE65.0%
Industry AVE75.5%

*more than one business achieved the same result in this sector.

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DEDUCTIONS – Q1 2024, INTERNET RETAILERS

Deductions are applied to the overall scores if there are moments that can negatively impact the customer experience, including excessive queue messages, technical glitches, menu navigation challenges, audio distractions, etc.

A low score (i.e. 0.0%) means there were no deductions applied.

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ACCESS Deductions
Internet Retailers - Q1 2024
1st:Aussie Broadband*0.0%
2nd:Dodo Internet*0.0%
3rd:iiNET*0.0%
Highest:Telstra Internet100%
Sector AVE16.7%
Industry AVE32.7%

*more than one business achieved the same result in this sector.

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QUALITY Deductions
Internet Retailers - Q1 2024
1st:Aussie Broadband0.0%
2nd:TPG Internet11.1%
3rd:Telstra Internet16.7%
Highest:iiNET33.3%
Sector AVE17.6%
Industry AVE6.9%

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LIFETIME AVERAGES – Internet Retailers

The lifetime averages for six metrics, displaying the top three Internet Retailers, the Internet Retailer with the lowest score, and the lifetime sector average (since reporting commenced in August 2023).

Overall Rankings
Internet Retailers - Lifetime Average
1st:Aussie Broadband71.6%
2nd:iiNET71.1%
3rd:TPG Internet65.6%
Lowest:Telstra Internet32.8%
INTERNET AVE60.0%
INDUSTRY AVE55.6%

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Date Last Updated: 04 Jun 2024

ACCESS Rankings
Internet Retailers - Lifetime Average
1st:Aussie Broadband91.3%
2nd:iiNET89.6%
3rd:Dodo Internet89.3%
Lowest:Telstra Internet26.9%
INTERNET AVE76.5%
INDUSTRY AVE64.3%

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Date Last Updated: 04 Jun 2024

QUALITY Rankings
Internet Retailers - Lifetime Average
1st:Aussie Broadband64.5%
2nd:iiNET63.2%
3rd:TPG Internet60.9%
Lowest:Dodo Internet44.4%
INTERNET AVE57.0%
INDUSTRY AVE57.1%

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Date Last Updated: 04 Jun 2024

AVE Wait Time
Internet Retailers - Lifetime Average
1st:iiNET00:07
2nd:Dodo Internet00:08
3rd:TPG Internet00:36
Longest:Telstra Internet06:15
INTERNET AVE01:39
INDUSTRY AVE02:32

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Date Last Updated: 04 Jun 2024

Total Message Time
Internet Retailers - Lifetime Average
1st:TPG Internet*00:06
2nd:iiNET*00:06
3rd:Optus Internet*00:07
Longest:Dodo Internet00:22
INTERNET AVE00:10
INDUSTRY AVE00:34

*More than one business achieved the same result in this sector.

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Date Last Updated: 04 Jun 2024

Talk Time
Internet Retailers - Lifetime Average
1st:Aussie Broadband05:25
2nd:Dodo Internet06:33
3rd:TPG Internet06:52
Highest:iiNET09:30
INTERNET AVE07:31
INDUSTRY AVE06:46

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Date Last Updated: 04 Jun 2024

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What type of scenarios do we use to conduct the Mystery Shopping calls?

The scenarios we use are typically based on new sales opportunities (i.e. customers looking to purchase a new internet connection or considering a move from another provider)

How does the scoring work?

You can learn more about the framework we use here >

How many calls are assessed?

For the public monthly report, we include at least three calls per Internet Retailer per month – our paid service includes a minimum of six calls per retailer per month.

If you’d rather have a larger sample size, please refer to our Customer Service Benchmarking service >

It’s worth stating that real customers are not interested in sample sizes or the thousands of other calls handled by the call centre each day,  they only care about their call and will make all their judgements and decisions based on that one single experience.

And that’s what our Call Centre Rankings reports capture – what a random, real customer can and does experience.

Why aren’t all the Internet Retailers included?

We’d love to have all the Internet Retailers included; however, conducting independent Mystery Shopping is expensive!

We randomly chose six Internet Retailers to commence our program and provide our ACXPA Members with even more value as the summary data is available to all ACXPA Members.

Any Internet Retailers who purchase our CX Contact Centre Benchmarking will be automatically included in the reports.

How can we improve our score?

Our Mystery Shopping program has been designed to provide Internet Retailers with the insights they need to improve performance!

When you purchase our CX Contact Centre Benchmarking, you’ll receive detailed information on your performance against over 48 individual elements, so you know exactly where to focus, and we also include a quarterly report that provides you with personalised key recommendations on areas to focus on.

We also offer a range of training courses that can help teach your frontline employees the skills they need to deliver great customer service or improve sales:

How do I get my contact centre included?

We have a fixed-price service starting from $1,297 per month that will provide you with information on your contact centre, as well as a benchmark of your performance against a minimum of five other Internet Providers that you can nominate. Learn more >

When you purchase the service, your contact centre will then be included in the public monthly reports.

How do I order the service?

We have an online ordering form that makes it easy to order the service, nominate the Internet Providers you’d like to benchmark against, who you’d like the reports to be sent to etc. View the online order form >

How do I access the full data for the Internet Retailers?

ACXPA Business Members receive access to the summary monthly data for three random Internet Retailers each month (and other sectors) along with a host of other membership benefits.

An ACXPA Business Membership starts from just $497 per year and includes five individual memberships you can allocate to key employees who could benefit from gaining access to leading industry insights for contact centres, customer experience (CX), digital service, and in-person customer service.

You need to purchase the CX Contact Centre Benchmarking to receive the benchmarking data for ALL Internet Retailers.

Is there someone I can speak to to learn more? 

Absolutely! If you’d like to speak to someone further about the Benchmarking Service, please get in touch with our General Manager of Quality Insights, Simon Blair – 0407 002 113 or simon@acxpa.com.au or call us on 03 9492 2871

What type of scenarios do we use to conduct the Mystery Shopping calls?

As the majority of Internet Retailers require your account information for technical support and billing enquiries, most of our mystery shopping scenarios involve new customer enquiries so a potential sales opportunity for the Internet Retailer.

Why do you hang up at either 10 or 15 minutes?

All our Mystery Shopping calls are conducted live by our accredited Mystery Shoppers who are all based in Australia. We cut off the calls at either 10 minutes (sales scenarios) or 15 minutes (service scenarios) for three key reasons:

  1. Research has shown that these wait times are towards the end of the typical times customers will wait before they hang up.
  2. It keeps it real! Real customers don’t care about sample sizes, whether it was a busy day for the call centre or that they had high sick leave etc – they only care about their experience when they called, and that’s what our Mystery Shopping is designed to reflect – real customer experiences.
  3. It’s expensive. As we use real human beings to conduct the Mystery Shopping call, it’s simply not practical to pay them often for hours (hello Centrelink!) whilst waiting for the call to be answered. So unless we get a very generous sponsor that enables us to wait the full time, we thought this was a reasonable decision.

Why don’t your results align with my experience?

Despite the perception, call centres are complex operations involving lots of people, processes, technology and the random nature of call arrival as we don’t know when people are going to call! 

Even with the best planning, this can result in a varying level of performance depending on a wide range of factors, including the time of day, whether everyone who was rostered attended work, whether the number of calls forecasted is accurate, and much more. 

In addition, calls for service can be treated very differently than sales, and many call centres have the technology to alter the priority of calls answered depending on their nature, previous history, status within the organisation, and so on. 

All of these factors can result in a much different experience every single time you call a contact centre. 

As we’ve mentioned though, most customers don’t really care about any of that and will make their decision based on their phone call only – and our mystery shopping is designed to capture that – a snapshot of what customers are experiencing. 

Finally, we are also unable to test the experience for existing customers. To maintain the anonymity of mystery shopping, we cannot provide account details, etc., which many call centres now require before being placed into the queue. 

And frustratingly, its often the existing customers who receive the worst experience 😱

Do Internet Retailers really care about the service they provide?

As a competitive marketplace, it means there are various commercial approaches. As a commoditised product (it’s typically the same internet when you switch on the computer no matter which Internet Retailer you purchase it from!), price is, of course, an important consideration.

But smart Internet Provider Retailers are also realising that providing a good customer experience can be a competitive advantage.  But sometimes, whether it’s through a lack of resources or skills, or a strategic choice, the Contact Centre experience that is delivered is well below industry standards.

If, for example, an Australian Internet Retailer chooses to under-resource the contact centre or use offshore call centres and can pass those savings onto you in the form of cheaper Internet plans, that may be acceptable to some consumers who are happy to forgo some service to receive cheaper prices.

We don’t get involved in the strategy of each business, we simply report on the data against industry standards.

We do, however, believe that delivering a better customer experience is not only is it good for you as a consumer, but it’s also good for the business as all of the latest CX statistics will confirm.

Why does ACXPA publish results each month?

Our mission is to improve the level of customer experience in Australia so by publishing the results monthly, we’ll continue to ensure that Internet Retailers are accountable for the level of customer service they are providing and to enable consumers to make an informed choice.

What type of services does ACXPA offer?

In addition to the Mystery Shopping CX Benchmarking, we offer a range of services and resources for people working in contact centres, customer experience (CX), digital service and in-person customer service/retail. You can learn more about us here >

Purchase Exclusive Voice of Customer Insights for your Business

If you’d like to gain Voice of Customer (Voc) insights specifically for your contact centre and benchmark your results against other Internet Retailers, we offer a cost-effective, fixed-price benchmarking service that makes it easy!

Starting from just $1,297 per month, by purchasing our Contact Centre CX Benchmarking Service, you’ll receive the following:

  • Six Mystery Shopping calls into your call centre each month at random times and days where you’ll receive the full assessment against 48 metrics, our quality assessor’s notes, the employee’s name (where provided) and the full call recordings.
  • Benchmarking data for any five Internet Retailers you nominate, so you can benchmark your performance specifically against other Internet Retailers that matter the most to you.
  • Average Internet Retailers sector data so you can compare your results to the entire sector.
  • A monthly email with data to track your performance along with the call recordings.
  • A quarterly report containing insights and trends that are easy to understand, along with actionable recommendations to help improve your performance.
  • An optional Quarterly Insights workshop for your team (conducted live via Zoom) that can provide additional insights, coaching and guidance.
  • Access to training to help you improve results.

Want to know when the latest results are published?

Subscribe to ACXPA and we’ll let you know when new data is released for any industry sector you choose!

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