The Cost Of Not Being Online
from the and-it's-probably-rising dept
Most of the time when we see studies about the “cost” related to being online, it’s about how much it costs in various places to get connected. However, a study over in the UK is looking at the cost of not being online, noting that not having access to the internet can cost a family an average of £70 per month (about $100) in lost savings on household goods and services. So, while some families may complain about the cost of an internet connection, they may not realize how that cost can quickly be made up elsewhere in savings from being online — especially during an economic downturn like we’re experiencing now.
Filed Under: broadband access