The number of broadband internet connections continues to rise significantly  

2004.10.28
New figures from the National IT and Tele Agency show that the number of broadband subscribers has risen by 53.4% in a year

New figures from a report by the National IT and Tele Agency show that the number of broadband internet connections continues to rise significantly in all regions of Denmark. By the end of June 2004, the number of broadband subscribers totalled 913,000, an increase of 53.4% compared to the same period in 2003. ADSL broadband connections are the most widespread with 562,000 subscribers, followed by cable modems with 249,000 subscribers.

 

Denmark has higher levels of access to broadband infrastructure than most other countries. By the end of 2003, Denmark and Switzerland had the 2nd highest ADSL accessibility worldwide, only bettered by Belgium. Access to broadband in Denmark increased to 96% in October 2004, and is expected to reach 98% in a year's time.

 

The proportion of households and companies in Denmark connected to the internet via broadband is the 3rd highest in the world, only surpassed by South Korea and Hong Kong. The news is reported by IT online newspaper ComOn and on the National IT and Tele Agency's website.

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