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The vast majority of households with internet access had fixed broadband (93%).Mobile broadband via mobile phone networks was used by 26% of households as an internet connection.Back to table of contents Changes in the survey between 19 mean that the results before 2006 are not directly comparable with those from 2006 onwards.They are provided as our best available indication of growth in household internet access over this period.Back to table of contents In 2017 in Great Britain, 77% of adults had bought goods or services online in the last 12 months.This was unchanged from 2016, but a rise of 24 percentage points since 2008.
Back to table of contents In 2017 in Great Britain, 78% of adults had used the internet “on the go” (that is, away from home or work) using a mobile or smartphone, portable computer or other handheld device.
Since 2006, daily internet use has grown from 35% to 80% in 2017, while weekly use has declined, from 16% in 2006 to 8% in 2017.
Although the survey results indicate a drop in daily use, of 2 percentage points since 2016, this may be a result of sample variation.
The Internet Access Survey results are derived from the Opinions and Lifestyle Survey (OPN).
Estimates for 2017 in this release refer to data collected in the January, February and April 2017 modules of the OPN.
There has been growth over time in how people use the internet for a range of everyday activies.