Broadband widens its appeal  

New Gallup survey shows 400% rise in Danish households with broadband internet access

Financial daily Børsen reports that Danes are increasingly using broadband rather than ISDN or modem connections to access the Internet. A new survey by Gallup survey reveals that the number of households with broadband internet connection has increased by over 400% in the last 18 months. Broadband now accounts for 23% of connected households, while modem connections have retreated to 57% in the same period.

The survey also found that 73% of men in the sample population accessed the internet in the preceding month compared with 60% of women. Internet access for households in the capital region is significantly higher (61%) than in other regions.

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