Metric:84% of Brits use WiFi at home

A recent AOL survey has found that while most are new to the technology, more than a third of Internet users have wireless access points set up in their homes.  According to the survey of more than 2,000 U.K. Internet users, nearly all (84 percent) have WiFi access in place at home.  However, most are just getting used to wireless networking; of the group, 75 percent went wireless in the last 18 months, and 39 percent got their WiFi hookup in place within the last six months.  When asked where they'd most like to use their wireless networking connection,  about half said they'd like to surf in their garden, and a quarter chose their bed.

For more information on the survey:
- read this article in The Register

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