The Mirror website has been the biggest winner following the launch of The Sun's paywall, with web traffic up 19.6 per cent month on month to a record high of 34.4m unique browsers in August.
This compares with 29.8m unique browsers in July, the last month before The Sun went behind a paywall.
The Mirror was also by far the fastest growing national newspaper website, more than doubling its total daily and monthly traffic totals year on year.
Meanwhile The Sun, which attracted 30.8m unique browsers in July, has withdrawn from online auditing by ABC meaning no official web traffic figures are available post paywall.
Mail Online confirmed its place as the UK's most popular newspapper website by attracting 138m unique browsers in August, according to ABC, a new record for the site.
The Telegraph, which went behind a metered paywall in April limiting free access to 20 articles a month, is still seeing year on year growth – up 12 per cent year on year to 60.4m global unique browsers across the month.
Here is the full UK national newspaper website traffic breakdown for August (Source ABC)
9,004,285 daily browsers, up 30.2 per cent year on year
137,690,816 monthly browsers, up 37.2 per cent year on year
4,519,849 daily browsers, up 18.4 per cent year on year
83,519,898 monthly browsers, N/A
3,108,353 daily browsers, up 13 per cent year on year
60,351,846 monthly browsers, up 11.9 per cent year on year
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1,731,520 daily browsers, up 106.3 per cent year on year
34,416,732 monthly browsers, up 103.1 per cent year on year
1,295,170 daily browsers, up up 42.6 per cent year on year
27,628,344 monthly browsers, up 42.8 per cent year on year
552,692 daily browsers, up 47.8 per cent year on year
12,702,276 monthly browsers, up 46.6 per cent year on year
202,085 daily browsers, up 11.1 per cent year on year
4,525,932 monthly browsers, up 16.6 per cent year on year