A third of Brits fail to last a day without wi-fi, a new study reveals

According to EE, nearly one third of the nation can't survive without wi-fi for more than a day. Furthermore, 1 in 10 can't make it for an hour.

EE has teamed up with TV sensations and stars of 22 Kids and CountingThe Radfords, as they took part in various masterclasses at the House of Fibre, connecting 100 devices simultaneously all powered by EE’s Full Fibre broadband.

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EE’s Full Fibre plans offer customers the strength to connect 100 devices at once with an ultrafast gigabit connection. This means users can stream a 4K show, while playing games online, while Zoom calling friends, and all using less than half of what their connection can handle. It is perfect for busy connected homes providing extra capacity for multiple users.

Sue Radford said: “Wi-Fi has become such an important part of my family’s home life, but with so many of us trying to get online at once it can sometimes be a bit of a strain.That’s why it’s been great to experience EE’s new Full Fibre broadband”.