British households download about 17 gigabytes of data on average every month over their home broadband connections, suggests a report.
Regulator Ofcom's study takes a high level look at the state of the UK's digital communications.
The monthly data diet is equivalent to streaming 11 movies or 12 hours of BBC programmes via iPlayer.
The report reveals which regions are rich in broadband, mobile and digital radio coverage and which lag behind.
As part of the research, Ofcom has produced maps which grade each county or conurbation on how well they support different technologies.
The technologies are fixed broadband, local TV, mobile base stations, digital TV, mobile coverage and digital radio.
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