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Where possible, we make comparisons over time, however, time series comparisons vary, as the survey questions change from year to year.
In this release, “on the go” refers to access to the internet, away from home or work.
For more information on this, please see our confidence intervals index page.
Mobile broadband via mobile phone networks was used by 26% of households as an internet connection.Of those without internet access, 64% felt they didn’t need the internet as it was regarded as not useful or interesting.A further 20% felt they lacked skills and 12% reported that they had access to the internet elsewhere.While almost all adults aged 16 to 24 years (98%) had accessed the internet “on the go”, only 39% of those aged 65 years and over had done so.
The most common type of device used to access the internet “on the go” was a mobile or smartphone, used by 73% of adults, followed by portable computer such as a laptop or tablet (43%).
We first collected statistics on internet access in 1998.