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Here is understanding mobile traffic almost exploded over the summer

the Term ’staycation’ was recorded in the Danish dictionary last year, and the timing couldn't have been much better.

because of coronakrisen, the danes have largely kept the holiday within our own borders, and it can be traced in the data traffic.

New figures from telenor's nationwide mobile network shows a ottedobling of data traffic in and around Rødvig near turistattraktionen Stevns Klint on Zealand, if you compare with the same period last year. Thus it is the summer's big jumper.

Number two on the list are These. Here is the data traffic increased by 385 percent.

Then comes the Asserbo by 350 percent, and Detroit, which has seen a threefold increase, informs Telenor, in a press release.

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the Figures from Telenor, which has 1.6 million mobile customers in Denmark, also shows that the total data traffic in sommerhusområderne has increased by 80 percent compared to the year before.

- the Numbers from our network clearly shows that many danes have chosen to keep the holidays in Denmark this year, says Jesper Mølbak, network expert at Telenor.

- in Addition, we see that in some places surprises more than the other, since the data traffic in the selected cities almost exploded compared with the summer holidays last year.

the Numbers from Telenor is based on understanding mobile traffic for week 28 and 29.

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