Smartphones Cut Broadband Gap, 3% Still Use Dial-up, Pew Survey Finds

By: Paresh Dave | Los Angeles Times

While a growing percentage of U.S. adults at least occasionally use the Internet, many rely on mobile devices to do so and a steady 3% of adults continue to have dial-up connections at home.

The findings from the latest round of a tracking survey by Pew Research Center’s Internet & American Life Project show that the percentage of adults who don’t use the Internet has been cut in half during the past five years, from 30% to 15%.


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