Nearly two thirds of UK's 25 million households have access to the Internet according to latest figures published by Office for National Statistics (ONS) today.
That's a four percent increase over 2007 with an extra 1.2 million added since then; the North-South technology gap is still present with Southerners most likely to be internet-enabled.
Men are more likely to go online than women but overall, more than two thirds of the adult population surf the web on a daily basis - that percentage rises to 77 percent for those aged between 16 and 24.
The over 65-year age group is also fast adopting the web with the number of those who used the web on a daily basis reaching a whopping 54 percent for the first time ever.
The Internet Access 2008 report also points out to the fact that the number of household still using dial-up internet connections still accounts for a sizable 9 percent of UK Households
Surprisingly the number of households actually reluctant to the internet jumped eightfold to reach more than 2 million, that's a whopping 8.5 percent of all UK households.
The ONS also found out that 93 percent of adults with a university degree or an equivalent qualification had access to the internet and that compares with 56 percent for those who don't have any recognised qualification; showing a marked correlation between education and internet access.