A new study shows that Internet usage has levelled off in the United States. Prior to 2001, Internet usage was growing exponentially, but since then, has levelled off between 57 and 61 percent of the population.
Further, a shocking 20 percent are classified as “Net Evaders” who proudly reject the new technology. A stuggling economy and difficulty in mastering the technical skills needed are blamed. High Speed access (Cable or DSL) has traditionally been much more expensive south of the border, averaging around $40-50US.