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More than 50% of households in the 25 EU countries now have access to the web, according to a new report.
The report's findings include:
• 32% of households had a broadband connection, compared to 23% in 2005.
• 94% of businesses with at least 10 employees had access to the internet, up from 91% in 2005. 75% of businesses had a broadband connection, compared with 63% in 2005.
• Household internet access ranged from 23% in Greece to 80% in the Netherlands.
• Countries with the highest proportion of internet access were Netherlands (80%), Denmark (79%) and Sweden (77%).
• The lowest proportions of internet access were found in Greece (23%), Slovakia (27%), and Hungary (32%).
• 63% of UK households have internet access, compared with the combined figure of 52% for the EU25.
• 73% of the 16-24 age group used the internet at least once a week. This figure was 54% for 25-54 year olds, and 20% for those over 54.
• 32% of EU25 households now have broadband access. For the UK this figure is 44%.