Broadband has overtaken dial up

Aunty Beeb doesn’t mention how many homes are actually online as a result of Talk Talk. Just that people ticked they have it in the survey ticky box.

Almost three quarters of British households with internet connections use broadband, figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) show.

Nearly 73% of online homes used broadband in June, up from 54.4% in the same month last year and 18% in 2003.

Dial-up, overtaken by broadband last year as the most popular way of accessing the internet, now accounts for about 27% of connections.

Big rise in broadband connections

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