Denmark leads the EU on broadband internet connectivity  

2003.09.26
IT and Tele Agency figures for the first half of 2003 show that Denmark has more high speed internet connections on a per capita basis than any other EU country

New figures from the IT and Tele Agency for the first half of 2003 show that Denmark has more high speed internet connections on a per capita basis than any other EU country. 10% of all Danes have broadband connections, compared with the EU average figure of 5%. The statistics also evidence strong growth in high speed internet access, the number of ADSL connections growing by 27% in the first half of the year while cable modems grew by 18%.

 

The Minister for Science, Technology and Innovation Helge Sander expressed satisfaction with the growth in high speed internet connections. He believes it will create the foundation for developing more services which are based on citizens' broadband internet access. The news is reported by daily newspaper Politiken's website.

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