In 2011, 66% of homes in Llandilo had a broadband internet connection.
A fast Internet Connection is increasingly required for accessing essential information and undertaking domestic and non-domestic business. Households with dial-up or no internet service are being left behind in the digital divide as both government and the private sector are increasingly conducting their business, or aspects of it, on-line.
Derived from the Census question:
'Can the Internet be accessed at this dwelling?'
|Type of internet connection|
|Connection type||Number||%||Penrith City %||Number||%||Penrith City %||2006 to 2011|
|Total internet connection||322||71.2||76.1||272||62.4||61.5||+51||25001|
|No internet connection||86||19.0||17.3||141||32.3||32.6||-55||25006|
Analysis of the type of internet connection of households in Llandilo compared to Penrith City shows that there was a higher proportion of households with either no internet connection or a dial up connection, and a lower proportion of households with broadband connectivity.
Overall 23.0% of households had no internet connection or a dial up connection, and 66.4% had broadband connectivity, compared with 19.7% and 70.1% respectively in Penrith City.
Between 2006 and 2011 the number of households with an internet connection increased by 50.
The largest changes in the internet connectivity in Llandilo, between 2006 and 2011 were:
- Broadband connection (+142 households)
- Dial-up connection (-87 households)
- No internet connection (-55 households)