Denmark leads the world in ADSL accessibility  

2005.05.03
Telecompany TDC now offers ADSL broadband connections to 98% of the country, putting Denmark in the top flight of OECD countries in terms of ADSL accessibility

Denmark's largest telecompany TDC has announced that it can now offer ADSL broadband connections to an additional 50,000 households, primarily in the most sparsely populated areas of Denmark. Access to broadband in Denmark has thereby increased to 98% of the country, putting Denmark in the top flight of OECD countries in terms of ADSL accessibility.

The expansion of the broadband infrastructure is the result of an agreement passed by the Danish Parliament in autumn 2003, according to which TDC was obliged to be able to offer broadband to 98% of the country by 1 October 2005 – an objective which has been reached five months early.

TDC, and other broadband suppliers who use TDC's network, can offer broadband connections at a guaranteed minimum speed of 512 KB/s to 98% of the country. For 95% of the country however, speeds of at least 2 MB/s are available. TDC expects to increase the capacity of its broadband infrastructure in the coming years so that broadband connections can be offered at 15-20 MB/s. The news is reported by ComputerWorld and in a press release from TDC.

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