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Norway is one of the most advanced countries for internet connectivity, with high broadband penetration and excellent DSL coverage. In 2011, 92,2 % of households have internet subscriptions, 80,4% of which are broadband connections. Furthermore, Broadband penetration among enterprises reached 90 % already in 2009. As for wireless broadband, only Luxembourg in the EU has a higher penetration of laptop-based wireless connections than Norway. Rates of regular and frequent internet use exceed even those of the top-scoring EU countries (Sweden and Denmark, respectively). Moreover, the share of people who have never used the internet before is lower than in Sweden, the EU’s best-performing country on this indicator. The most popular activities are looking up information about goods and services, internet banking, reading online newspapers and ordering goods and services online. Although Norway is not an EU Member State, it was included in the study as an EEA member.

Action 46: Member States to develop national broadband plans

Last update: 1 Aug 2014 - See details for action 46 in Norway

Action 47: Member States to facilitate broadband investment

Last update: 1 Aug 2014 - See details for action 47 in Norway

Action 48: Use structural funds to finance the roll-out of high-speed networks

Last update: 1 Aug 2014 - See details for action 48 in Norway

Action 49: Member States to implement European Spectrum Policy Programme (ESPP)

Last update: 1 Aug 2014 - See details for action 49 in Norway