‘Having good home wi-fi helps work life balance’

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The research comes as more people work from home or split homeworking and the office following the pandemic (PA Wire)
The research comes as more people work from home or split homeworking and the office following the pandemic (PA Wire)

More than three quarters of Londoners say having good wi-fi at home is important to a healthy work-life balance.

The research comes as more people work from home or split homeworking and the office following the pandemic.

Some 77% of those surveyed by BT said that a strong wi-fi connection is “definitely important” when it comes to good work-life balance.

Almost two thirds (65%) of those polled claimed that weak wi-fi has restricted them creating their own home office or workspace.

While 75% of Londoners believe having a “multi-room” homeworking set up increases productivity and creativity.

The office (38%) living room (21%) and bedroom (16%) take the top creative spots around the home, the research found.

BT released the research, based on surveys of 2,000 UK residents, to support its Complete Wi-Fi - that extends the existing home broadband signal to offer a strong and seamless connection throughout a whole house.

Matt Hughes, Broadband & Home Director at BT said: “We want our customers to feel as productive and creative as possible, so it’s important they have an internet connection that helps them do this.”

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