Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Many still leery of Web, survey shows - The Boston Globe

Some interesting stats (see the full article for more)

The survey found that 78 percent of the respondents use the Internet, including 6 percent who don’t have a connection at home but get access at work or somewhere else, and 74 percent have Internet access at home, including 6 percent who use a dial-up connection.

Other findings:

■Americans, on average, pay nearly $41 a month for broadband, and 70 percent of users pay for broadband as part of a bundle of telecommunications services.

■Among those who do not subscribe to broadband because it is too expensive, more than half said they would be willing to pay an average of $25 a month.

Many still leery of Web, survey shows - The Boston Globe

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