Ofcom, the media and telecoms regulator released a report today, discussing the state of communciations in the UK.
“Consumers spent 429 minutes, or more than seven hours a day, watching
television, listening to radio, surfing the internet and making
fixed-line and mobile calls in 2007, compared with 423 minutes in 2002.”
FT.com reported it and mentioned although we as a nation thrive for novelty of the digital age, old habits die hard.
Have a look here for all the detail on the FT article.