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What is your preferred device for accessing the Internet?

According to a report by Ofcom, smartphones have edged ahead of laptops for the first time as the preferred devices for connecting online in the UK.

We have apparently reached a landmark moment where the smartphone has become the most important way for people to get online – just last year laptops were in first place, but is that the same for Silversurfers?  Join in with our poll below …

 

What is your preferred device for accessing the Internet?

Smartphone
0%
iPad or Tablet
0%
Laptop
0%
Desktop
0%
Based on 314 public votes.

 

What level of Internet access on your mobile do you have from your own home?

2G
0%
3G
0%
4G
0%
Not sure?
0%
No access via mobile phone
0%
Based on 207 public votes.

Last week on Speakers Corner, we also asked the question .. Are you too old to take a selfie?  Do feel free to take part in this poll too!

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Alicia
26th Oct 2015
0
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Alicia
26th Oct 2015
0
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Hello, I have just joined this site.
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Hello Alicia and welcome 🙂 I hope you enjoy our Forum and our Silversurfers online community. Lots of like-minded, friendly people here with a great sense of humour in common! In addition to the Forum we have hundreds of features, an active Speakers Corner with daily debates and polls, an online Book Club, special offers for our Silvercard+ holders and so much more! If you haven't already done so, do register for our FREE Silvercard+ ... the only online discount card for the over 50s! Best wishes .. Sally
buzzette
12th Sep 2015
0
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My iPad is so very useful and I enjoy using it because it is so portable. My smartphone is a close second for when I am out.
fez
13th Aug 2015
0
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Athena
12th Aug 2015
1
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gasue
12th Aug 2015
1
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My iPad is much quicker and I can just pick it up any time and access the Internet, read a book, take/view photos, etc etc.
Marley444
7th Aug 2015
1
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Up until this week we didn't get any G access via EE, but for some reason, we can now get 3G in half of our house!
Wilf
6th Aug 2015
0
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We get 4G at home on EE but about once per month it totally cuts off for about a day? Strange and you cannot even phone up EE to complain that's the crazy part
JohnHerb
6th Aug 2015
2
Thanks for voting!
The speed of advance in Technology is incredible. If we could also see only 10 years ago what the smart phones now could do we would be amazed. It will be fascinating to see what technology is like in say 10 or 20 years time let alone if we could in say 100 years. I noticed on Google that it was 100 years ago that the first electric traffic lights were introduced and now Google are testing robotic cars-what next I wonder?

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