Digital Denmark leads the way in broadband access  

2002.10.24
The number of ADSL subscribers has more than tripled in the last 12 months, says the National IT and Telecom agency
Denmark leads Europe in the availability of broadband internet access, according to the National IT and Telecom agency. Newly published reports compare broadband infrastructure development in Denmark with other countries, and also map the growth of Danish broadband access. The data shows an extremely rapid take-up of ADSL (Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line), the number of subscribers more than tripling over the last 12 months from 75,000 to 232,000. In similar fashion, the number of cable modem subscribers has more than doubled from 60,000 to 122,000 in the same period. Broadband is now available is available in every municipality in the country, and 95% of telephone subscribers have the option to choose ADSL if they wish. The news is reported in Jyllands-Posten today.

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