30 % of people on Anglesey have never been online

People on Anglesey are struggling to get the most from the digital world as latest statistics show the percentage of adults going online is amongst the lowest in the UK. Almost 70% of adults in Anglesey have now been online, according to figures released by the Office for National Statistics. This compares to almost 90% of adults in Cardiff.

Nearly 30% of people on the island have not used the net –  compared to 13% in Gwynedd and 17% in Flintshire and Wrexham, according to figures released by the Office for National Statistics.

Figures from Ofcom show Anglesey is ranked in the worst rating (5) for access and speed, with average speeds of 7MBits, 19% getting under 2MBits and no access to superfast broadband

In comparison Cardiff has an average 12.6MBits, 10% getting under 2MBits and 70% of people with access to superfast services. In Cardiff just 10% of people have not gone on-line.

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