Mittwoch, Dezember 12, 2007

CEE Private Households: Internet, Broadband Stats 2007

Checking the penetration of Internet and Broadband access for a running project, I extracted some data on Internet usage by households, gender /age and broadband penetration in CEE / MOE countries from Eurostat's IKT research published two weeks ago (Nov 29, 2007)


Bulgaria - (Private Households)
Internet Access: 19 % (2006: 17 %)
Broadband Access: 15 % (2006: 10 %)

Internet Access (at least once a week)

Females
16 - 24 years: 61 %
25 - 54 years: 33 %
55 - 74 years: 5 %

Males
16 - 24 years: 55 %
25 - 54 years: 32 %
55 - 74 years: 7 %

Czech Republic
Internet Access: 35 % (2006: 29 %)
Broadband Access: 28 % (2006: 17 %)

Internet Access (at least once a week)

Females
16 - 24 years: 74 %
25 - 54 years: 44 %
55 - 74 years: 11 %

Males
16 - 24 years: 73 %
25 - 54 years: 49 %
55 - 74 years: 21 %

Estonia
Internet Access: 53 % (2006: 46 %)
Broadband Access: 48 % (2006: 37 %)

Internet Access (at least once a week)

Females
16 - 24 years: 92 %
25 - 54 years: 71 %
55 - 74 years: 22 %

Males
16 - 24 years: 89 %
25 - 54 years: 64 %
55 - 74 years: 19 %

Hungary
Internet Access: 38 % (2006: 32 %)
Broadband Access: 33 % (2006: 22 %)

Internet Access (at least once a week)

Females
16 - 24 years: 79 %
25 - 54 years: 57 %
55 - 74 years: 16 %

Males
16 - 24 years: 81 %
25 - 54 years: 54 %
55 - 74 years: 21 %

Latvia
Internet Access: 51 % (2006: 42 %)
Broadband Access: 32 % (2006: 23 %)

Internet Access (at least once a week)

Females
16 - 24 years: 93 %
25 - 54 years: 58 %
55 - 74 years: 14 %

Males
16 - 24 years: 90 %
25 - 54 years: 57 %
55 - 74 years: 15 %

Lithuania
Internet Access: 44 % (2006: 35 %)
Broadband Access: 34 % (2006: 19 %)

Internet Access (at least once a week)

Females
16 - 24 years: 86 %
25 - 54 years: 51 %
55 - 74 years: 9 %

Males
16 - 24 years: 87 %
25 - 54 years: 45 %
55 - 74 years: 10 %

Poland
Internet Access: 41 % (2006: 36 %)
Broadband Access: 30 % (2006: 22 %)

Internet Access (at least once a week)

Females
16 - 24 years: 77 %
25 - 54 years: 40 %
55 - 74 years: 8 %

Males
16 - 24 years: 77 %
25 - 54 years: 41 %
55 - 74 years: 12 %

Romania
Internet Access: 22 % (2006: 14 %)
Broadband Access: 8 % (2006: 5 %)

Internet Access (at least once a week)

Females
16 - 24 years: 48 %
25 - 54 years: 21 %
55 - 74 years: 2 %

Males
16 - 24 years: 50 %
25 - 54 years: 23 %
55 - 74 years: 4 %

Slovak Republic
Internet Access: 46 % (2006: 27 %)
Broadband Access: 27 % (2006: 11 %)

Internet Access (at least once a week)

Females
16 - 24 years: 73 %
25 - 54 years: 59 %
55 - 74 years: 10 %

Males
16 - 24 years: 86 %
25 - 54 years: 56 %
55 - 74 years: 14 %

Slovenia
Internet Access: 58 % (2006: 54 %)
Broadband Access: 44 % (2006: 34 %)

Internet Access (at least once a week)

Females
16 - 24 years: 82 %
25 - 54 years: 58 %
55 - 74 years: 9 %

Males
16 - 24 years: 83 %
25 - 54 years: 56 %
55 - 74 years: 16 %

For my Non-CEE (and not so CEE-tilted) readers:
Before you are getting edgy about this figures, in many CEE countries Internet access is still bloody expensive, so people do use the Internet much more (incl. for private use) at their workplace and/or school / university than at home.

Source: Eurostat ICT Stats