Friday, 23 June 2017

A physical retox to go with your digital detox

By Nick Wood, Total Telecom
Friday 05 August 16

It's gin o'clock as 15 million U.K. adults regularly call time on the Internet.

Broadband notspots are the scourge of the universe. Anyone unlucky enough to be trapped in one is banished to a life of social and economic deprivation, unable to apply for work or sign online petitions, let alone look at pictures of long-forgotten school friends in wedding attire. On the other hand, if Ofcom's latest Communications Market Report (CMR) is anything to go by, they might just be the happiest people going, their existence uncluttered by the banal minutiae of online life, also known as Twitter. According to the U.K. telco regulator's report…

Broadband notspots are the scourge of the universe. Anyone unlucky enough to be trapped in one is banished to a life of social and economic deprivation, unable to apply for work or sign online petitions, let alone look at pictures of long-forgotten school friends in wedding attire. On the other hand, if Ofcom's latest Communications Market Report (CMR) is anything to go by, they might just be the happiest people going, their existence uncluttered by the banal minutiae of online life, also known as Twitter. According to the U.K. telco regulator's report…

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