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- 53,068 terabytes of data were used in the month of June through standard Internet connections (excluding mobile phones). This is equivalent to 12GB for each New Zealander.
- Fibre connections in use rose to 46,000, more than three times as much as in 2013.
- Digital subscriber line (copper) connections remain the most common type of home or business Internet connection, at just over 1.3 million connections of a total of 1.98 million.
- 3.7 million Internet-connected mobile phones were active in the three months to June 2014.
Liz MacPherson, Government Statistician
14 October 2014