UK broadband up

By Derek Sooman on December 26, 2005, 6:58 AM
UK broadband usage is up! The latest National Statistics monthly update to the survey of Internet Service Providers (ISPs) has shown that in October of this year, broadband connections formed 58.9 per cent of all Internet connections. This is an increase up from 57.3 per cent in September 2005. Dial-up connections have continued to decline, and now make up 41.1 per cent of all Internet connections.

Broadband connections continued to increase their market share and made up 58.9 per cent of all connections in October 2005, up from 57.3 per cent in September 2005. There was a year on year increase of 60.1 per cent, with a monthly increase of 3.6 per cent in October 2005.

Dial-up connections continued to decrease, with a year on year fall to October 2005 of 29.1 per cent. The monthly decrease, from September to October 2005, was 3.3 per cent.

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