According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics, in November of 1999 it was estimated that 25 percent of all households in Australia (1.7 million) had home Internet access, an increase of nearly 37 percent, or 477,000 households, on the November 1998 estimate.
However, the proportion of households with a home computer has risen only slightly to nearly 50 percent of households (3.5 million) in November 1999 from 47 percent of households (3.2 million) in November 1998.
An estimated 6.0 million adults, 44 percent of Australia’s adult population, accessed the Internet at some time during the 12 months to November 1999. In comparison, nearly 4.2 million adults, 31 percent of Australia’s adult population, accessed the Internet at some time during the 12 months to November 1998.
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