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More than half in Wales have smartphones, says Ofcom

More than half people in Wales now have smartphones, according to figures from the communications watchdog Ofcom.

Around a tenth of those users only access the internet through a phone, which is double the UK average.

Despite an increase in the number of areas served by the latest superfast broadband connections, the figures also suggest that only two-thirds of Welsh homes have any sort of broadband at all.

Rhodri Williams, Ofcom's director in Wales, spoke to Bethan Rhys Roberts on BBC Radio Wales.

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  • 01 Aug 2013
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