Evaluation on Usage of Home Broadband in UK

Broadband connections provide the means to carry meeting online and this helps to reduce the cost and time associated with traveling to work. It means more opportunities for people who want to work from home and external contractors can be used and managed more effectively.
The high-speed and 24 x 7 availability of broad band service means that business ill be able to support their customers, whatever be their anywhere, and it will help them to quickly market their services to a global audience across the internet. In the case of supply chains, broadband connections enable business processes to be speeded up and delivery times reduced. Information pertaining to customer can be put up instantly and they can be kept up to date with the latest information, prices or new services. Broadband connection help businesses by helping them provide cheaper, safer and less intrusive remote IT support (offsite), alongside access to new, affordable software.
When broadband connections are us by people in their homes, it means high-speed access to the internet, along with a host of benefits, which help them to overcome the barrier of distance. Through broadband connection people can get in touch with people to get in touch no matter where they are located. This means more opportunities for local communities to support themselves, and charities to offer their services more effectively, using the broadband connection as a means of doing their work.
Evaluation of the use of broadband services in U.K
The number of people who are taking up broadband connection service in the U.K. is on the rise. According to a report published in 2004, almost every ten second, there is one person in the UK, who is signing up for high-speed internet services. BT, the telecoms giant claims that, in the United Kingdom number of people connected to broadband via the telephone line had crossed four million in the year 2004, with a total of six million people using high-speed internet, including those connected via cable. The factors causing such a huge demand for broadband services, is fierce competition and falling prices and greater availability of telephone services.
Latest figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) show that almost three quarters of British households with internet connections. The use of broadband has now overtaken the use of dial-up services in U.K and is now the most popular way of accessing the interne. Currently broadband internet connections account for 27% of new connections in the U.K.
If things are going so well, what seems to be the problem is availing broadband service in the U.K. The United Kingdom offers one of the most opportunistic markets for broadband. This is evident in the fact that more than 13m households are using it. The pace however, in British households trying to get the broadband connection services is not going as expected. There are several reasons attributed to this trend. Martin Olausson, who is a senior analyst at consultants Strategy Analytics, states that one reason for this could be that there is not enough