Brits continue to spend more time online


New data from Point Topic shows that the British are staying online for longer, writes ENN. 86.6% of home internet users now spend at least 6 hours online each week, up from 83% at the end of last year (and 50% at the end of 2005). Amazingly 5% of those polled claim to spend over 80 hours a week online. According to the research 90% of broadband users go online to use e-mail and 60% to use auction sites such as eBay. In addition 40% of broadband users also download music, with 16% going online to watch TV or streaming video. 70% of all respondents also shop online (from 65% in 2006).
From ENN:, 27/09/2007
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