Broadband internet connections exceed modem connections  

New data from Statistics Denmark show that more Danish families now use broadband connections than modem connections

New data from Statistics Denmark show that 71% of Denmark's 2,350,000 families have access to the internet, a 23% increase compared to 2001. 903,000 families use broadband (ADSL or cable), while 766,000 use a modem. This is the first time broadband connections have numerically exceeded modem connections for accessing the net.


Data also show that currently 90% of Danish families have at least one mobile phone, a 17% increase compared to 2001. The survey was based on 1000 telephone interviews with a representative section of the population in the 16-74 age group. The news is reported by national newspaper Jyllands-Posten and online IT news site Comon.

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