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Nearly half of Swedes use mobile phone to do e-govt errands online

Friday 9 March 2018 | 13:58 CET | News
Nearly half of Swedes (48%) use their mobile phone to go online to carry out administrative tasks such as dealing with their tax or national insurance, said said postal and telecoms regulator PTS. This is a rise from 38 percent in 2015, said its report on how members of the public used the phone and internet in 2017.

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