Peter Griffin posted in World Internet Project on August 4th, 2008.
The new Australian research highlights a number of differences in internet usage between New Zealand and Australia. For instance: The proportion of people accessing the internet via broadband in New Zealand is lower than in Australia (66% compared to 79%). But New Zealand has a higher proportion of active internet users – 78% compared to […]
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