The number of internet users in China rose by 14 million to 137 million in 2006, the China Internet Network Information Center (CNNIC) announced Tuesday. Of these internet users, 90.7 million went online via a broadband connection, a 15% rise on 2005, while 17 million now access the internet primarily through a wireless hub. Beijing and Shanghai account for the bulk of internet users, 30.4% and 28.7% respectively, while only 160,000 people, 0.1% of users, go online in the Tibet Autonomous Region. Internet penetration in China as a whole is still low, with just 10.5% of the country's 1.4 billion people being active users. The report found that 58.3% of China's internet users are men and 57.8% of total users are unmarried. It defined an "internet user" as someone over the age of six who uses the internet on average at least one hour per week.