Dial-up users spent $324 online on average in the past three months. Broadband users spent $552 in that period. The dial-up user’s average annual income is $53,200, while the broadband consumer’s is $70,500. The average age of the dial-up user is 47 to broadband’s 43. And only 34 percent of dial-up users have a college degree, while 55% of broadband users are similarly qualified. The same research indicated that 39 percent of dial-up users have children younger than 18 in the household versus 41 percent for broadband.