Wednesday, March 15, 2006

Report: U.S. Broadband Users Spending More Time Online

New York - As more and more Americans switch to broadband connections, the amount of time they are spending online also continues to rise, according to a new report from Nielsen//NetRatings. The firm said that since February 2003, the average PC time per person among active Internet users has increased by about five hours a month, from 25.5 hours to 30.5 hours. During that same period, the number of U.S. broadband users has more than doubled. Jon Gibs, the senior director of media for Nielsen//NetRatings, credited the increase in time spent online to "broadband users' greater satisfaction with their online experience."



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