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December 19, 2008

Credit crunch bites, but broadband stays


by David Allen

According to a survey by BT, it looks as if a broadband connection is still one of the top priorities for consumers despite the fear of the credit crunch biting.

Fifty seven per cent of those who took part in the survey said that they would not let their broadband connection go, no matter what their circumstances were.

Yet it was also discovered that seventy one per cent are actively taking measures to save money by cutting back on their expenditure, while twenty nine per cent are afraid that a recession is about to take hold in the UK.

It is fair to say that no matter what is going on in the world outside, having the ability to communicate is essential.

Without broadband access life would be much harder than it is, especially for job searches, online banking and shopping.

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