The discussion of the results shows that there are many insights to be gained from an understanding of how accessibility determinants might impede or enable opportunities for internet use in the Future. Even in countries like the UK, economic determinants such as income levels could play a subtle role. Now this was clearly identified in secondary research. To a certain extent, it has also been validated in primary research. For instance, in the secondary data reports, it was identified that there are accessibility issues for the people according to their forms of income. The government did seek to solve the accessibility issues here and make the availability of at least 2Mbit/s broadband for the customers. Yet the availability thresholds fail as noticed in several situations (OfCom, 2014). Therefore, even in the context of government helping and assisting in the situation there were accessibility gaps created. Even in this context, it is often observed that many people lack even a very basic broadband connection and this is better understood through the divisions that are created in broadband usages. It was especially the case with respect to speed as well. It is hence observed that accessibility issues will increase as the speed of services increases. The superfast broadband is the one that offers the greatest speed. It offers speed around 30Mbit/s. This broadband service was made available for the general population in the year 2009. Where the determinants for usage were supporting population equally, it would have been observed that almost all the population would have the superfast internet services.
The significance of understanding research trends work is that it helps understand the impact created in socio-economic, demographic and other regional factors on household, and how these impacts on household could either motivate or deter the household from choosing varying styles of internet connections, such as the broadband, the fibre optics, the wireless etc. Internet use and frequency has its roots in such variables as well.
Understanding the household determinants when it comes to internet use, it will enable such service providers like the government to understand what form of GDP increase comes in internet installations and use. It will help the government understand sustainability concerns in the industry, such as the dumping of installation infrastructure wastes, the use of underground installations that could result in toxicity or unstable movements etc. Secondly, infrastructural projects from the Government end would often have to consider a very holistic picture when it comes to creating investment plans. It understands that the growth of internet use based on household determinants is significant in this context. Similarly, from the industry end, this form of a research will help the industry understand ways to improve and improvise their marketing to appeal to consumer segments. In terms of overall planning of economy, this is a big step as well.