......or even for those who own a computer. Two things are happening which will effect our lives in some quite profound ways anyway.
The first is that within a few years (nominally by the end of 2015 but allow for some slippage) well over 90% of businesses and households will have superfast broadband. Only a small minority will not. So the assumption will be that everyone has it and many essential - as well as many nice-to-have - services will be designed and delivered using it. The minority risk being put at a significant disadvantage.
The second is that computers are at the heart of many everyday devices and this trend is set to continue. It's not just the smart phones and tablets which have become commonplace over the last three years but all those devices which contain a built-in computer: TVs, cars, washing machines, smart meters to name but four. These computers will increasingly rely on being connected through superfast broadband. Even if you haven't bought a computer, you are likely to own several.