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Ageing Swedes nuts about the Net

Published tisdag 6 november 2007 kl 10.42
A pensioner paying bills online

A report published by the Sweden-based World Internet Institute, suggests age is no longer a barrier for Swedes to get online.

According to the survey, seven out of ten Swedes between the ages of 55 and 64 use the Internet on a regular basis, and at least once a week. This is the highest level for the group throughout Europe, and compares to just three percent in Greece.

Ninety percent of the Swedish population use the Internet regularly, with eighty percent of Swedes enjoying access to the Net at home.

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