According to the statistics, which are based on 134,349 surveys completed by South African Internet users, 52% of people in the country access the Internet through an ADSL connection.
41% of local Internet users connect via a mobile network (e.g. iBurst, 3G, Edge, GPRS), while 28% of people make use of a wireless network (Wi-Fi).
17% of people use mobile phones to surf local websites, while 7% of users are still using dial-up connection to connect to the Internet.
It should be noted that the survey allows users to select all the ways through which they access the Internet (hence they can select multiple technologies).
The survey further revealed that 68% of people use the Internet at home, 62% use it at work, and 26% access the web through their mobile phones.