(July 7, 2011) – More than 90 percent of Michigan residents have access to high-speed Internet service at home, but about a third don’t subscribe because it’s either too expensive or they don’t think they need it, a new survey shows.
The study by the Michigan Public Service Commission and Connect Michigan is the first to assess how people use the Internet in the state.
Officials say the results have broad implications for policymakers and Internet providers planning for the future needs of their customers, as well as for the state’s economy.
By Rick Haglund |AnnArbor.com
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