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ONS - UK Dialup Use Decreasing
By: MarkJ - 19 January, 2004 (2:34 PM)

The governments Office of National Statistics (ONS) has once again published its latest Internet connectivity report, which shows a 1% decline in dialup use and 5.5% growth in broadband between October and November 2003.

The report, which is typically a couple of months behind, covers the period up to November 2003 and no further. Currently permanent (broadband) connections account for 21.5% of all Internet access, up from 20.5% in October 2003.

Typically and much as has occurred with previous months, most of those leaving dialup appear to migrate onto broadband.

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