94% of Dutch are now online, with older people catching up - Kantar

Friday 23 February 2018 | 16:28 CET | News
The possession of mobile devices and their use for internet use continues to grow, according to Kantar's Report Media Standard Survey for 2017, prepared for Dutch media research organisations NLO, NOM, SKO and VINEX.About 94 percent of Dutch people were active online in 2017, with low-skilled and over-65s catching up with the majority. About 78.4 percent of low-skilled people were active online, against 74.4 percent at the end of 2015. In the over-65s, the percentage of people online went to 76 percent from 71 percent in 2015. Young people (13-19) remained in the lead with 99.6 percent.

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Categories: Broadcast & Satellite / Internet / Mobile & Wireless
Companies: NOM / SKO
Countries: Netherlands
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