more and More danes have eventually the opportunity to avail themselves of all the opportunities of the internet to communicate or allow themselves to entertain.
the Danish energy agency has just published its half-yearly telestatistik, where you among other can follow the development in the number of fast broadband connections in Danish households.
'Quick' is defined as at least 100 megabits per second, and those were there in the middle of last year 866.000 of in Denmark.
This is equivalent to an increase from 21 percent to 34 percent of all broadband connections. And the trend is well in line with the previous statistics, where faster broadband was also in tremendous growth.
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This is because, according to the energy, utility and environment minister Lars Christian Lilleholt (V), among other things, that the government's bredbåndspulje has ensured the spread of fast internet, also for sparsely populated areas.
But consumers have even pushed the development. According to the report, due to the progress namely primarily to continued strong growth in cable tv subscriptions with at least 100 Mbit/s.
- When customers demand fast broadband, so, it stimulates the teleudbyderne to invest even more in the roll-out of digital infrastructure, the minister says.
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from 534.000 to 866.000 from the middle of 2017, a year ahead. 34,2 per cent. of all fixed broadband subscriptions now have speeds of at least 100 Mbit/s,
primarily due. continued strong growth in cable tv subscriptions with at least 100 Mbit/s. The increases 73,5 per cent. from the middle of 2017, a year ahead.
increased 48,9 per cent. from mid-2017 to mid-2018 from a share of 10.7 per cent. to 15.8 per cent. or 399.000 subscriptions.
- private and business - have increased 12.2 percent. from 2.520.936 in the second half of 2017 to 2.828.808 TB in the first half of 2018 (terabyte = 1.024 GB), which covers both up - and dowrload.
bredbåndsabonnement is, thus, increased from 158,2 GB to 176,9 GB, while the average uploadtrafik increases from 22.4 GB in the second half of 2017 to a rate of 23.9 GB in the first half of 2018.
with 1.3 per cent. to 2.530.000 from the middle of 2017, a year ahead.
to constitute 36,0 per cent. of all subscriptions in the middle of 2018. Broadband via fiber - and cable-tv network continues to increase, and with 8.8 per cent. from the middle of 2017, a year ahead. Thus 23.8 per cent. of the subscriptions now through the fiber and 32.4 per cent. is via the cable tv network, and together they form 56,2 per cent. in the middle of 2018 against 52,4 per cent. the year before that.
from the first half of 2017 to the first half of 2018, which was up - and downloaded 303.000 TB. Each mobile bredbåndsabonnement for mobile phones, tablets and notebook pcs are up - and downloaded in average is 6,9 GB per day. month in the first half of 2018 at 5,5 GB per day. month in the first half of 2017.
has fallen to 7.2 per cent. from € 8.3 billion. to eur 7.7 billion. minutes in the period. Fastnetrninutterne (incl. minutes from IP telephony) fall of 11.5 per cent., while mobilminutterne falls to 6.3 pct.
and free sms/mms, and with free speech and free smsfrnms and 5 GB for use in other EU countries. The year before in July 2017 could be the great package is available for 130 dkk. with free speech and free sms/mms and 5 GB of data, but where the entire content can be used in other EU countries.
Source: the Danish energy agency telestatistik for 1. half of 2018read more Close
What mobile connections are concerned, continues the amount of data that gets downloaded on the smartphones, also just to grow.
From the first half of 2017 to the first half of 2018 increased data traffic on the mobile network with 29 percent.
Each mobilabonnent download in the cut 6,9 gigabytes of data per month.
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in turn, decreased the amount of time the total we spoke in the mobile phone with 6.3 percent.
It is probably due to many no longer to hold talks through a traditional telephone connection, but using apps such as Facetime, Messenger, and Skype using the phone's data connection.