|Do you have a National Broadband Plan which specifies a set of measurable broadband targets or will you have such a plan in place before 31st December 2012?||Yes||Ninety per cent of all households and businesses should have access to broadband at a minimum speed of 100 Mbps in 2020. Forty per cent should already have access to broadband at that speed by 2015. The goal for 2015 is already achieved. Broadband Strategy for Sweden. http://www.regeringen.se/sb/d/11345/a/134979|
|Does the Plan meet the European Commission's Digital Agenda for Europe target for 100% broadband coverage by 2013?||Yes||According to the Broadband Strategy for Sweden all households and businesses should have good opportunities to use electronic public services with broadband access. In October 2011 only 800 households and businesses had no access whatsoever to broadband. Broadband Strategy for Sweden. http://www.regeringen.se/sb/d/11345/a/134979 http://www.pts.se/sv/Dokument/Rapporter/Internet/20122/PTS-bredbandskartlaggning---PTS-ER-201211/|
|Does the Plan meet the European Commission's Digital Agenda for Europe target for 100% coverage over 30Mbps by 2020?||No|
|Does the Plan meet the European Commission's Digital Agenda for Europe target for 50% of households to have subscriptions over 100 Mbps by 2020?||No|
|Have supportive measures been introduced to support the achievement of National Broadband Plan targets?||Yes||The Government has proposed several initiatives in the Broadband Strategy and several initiatives have been implemented, for example: - The Government has launched a Broadband Forum to work towards the objectives of the Broadband Strategy. It is a forum for dialogue and collaboration on access to and deployment of broadband. http://www.bredbandivarldsklass.se/Om-Bredbandsforum/The-Swedish-Broadband-Forum/ - Increased access to broadband through spectrum allocation - Public support for broadband deployment and cooperation between funding agencies to make the application process easy and fast.|
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