Strong growth in the number of broadband internet connections  

2005.10.07
H1 2005 statistics from the National IT and Telecom Agency show that the number of broadband internet connections in Denmark increased by 150,000 to 1.1 million compared to year-end 2004

H1 2005 statistics from the National IT and Telecom Agency show that the number of broadband internet connections in Denmark increased by 150,000 to 1.1 million [Danish population is 5.4 million – Ed] compared to year-end 2004. The growth has especially been seen in ADSL connections and cable modems which rose by 11%.

The speed of subscribers' broadband connections has also increased. By the end of 2004, 32% of the ADSL connections had a speed of more than 512 Kbit/s. In total 33% of all ADSL connections were 2 Mbit/s at the end of June 2005.

Denmark's largest telecompany TDC still has the main share of the ADSL market. The company gained 45,000 new customers in H1 bringing the total number up on 528,738 ADSL subscribers, equivalent to a 72% market share. Cybercity gained around 20,000 new customers, taking their market share to 13.3% compared to 11.9% six months earlier. The third largest player Tele2 saw the highest growth of more than 30,000 new customers, giving the company a market share of 9.8% compared to 6.1% by the end of 2004. The news was reported by Comon.

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