Internet connectivity soars in Denmark  

75% of Danes now have access to the Internet says official report

Figures published by Denmark's Central Statistical Office show that the number of Danes with access to the Internet from work or home more than doubled last year. According to the report in daily newspaper Jyllands-Posten, 73% of the population aged between 16 and 74 had access to the Internet in 2001 compared with 34% in 2000. 

A telephone modem is still the most common connection to the Internet from the home PC. Of those with an Internet connection at home, 66% use a telephone modem, 21% an ISDN connection, 7% ADSL and 6% wideband (cable).

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