Research Report

Dutch Consumer Connected 2011

Report, published: October 2011
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The report 'Dutch Consumer Connected 2011' is based on the Telecompaper Consumer Panel, an online survey conducted in the third quarter of 2011 among more than 14,300 consumers aged 15-65. Results are CBS stratified for age and gender. The report offers findings on broadband usage and interest among consumers, split by household income and make-up, age group and broadband technologies. The following topics were queried:
The most important aspect of a broadband connection;
How much need exists for a 50+ Mbps connection;
Which technology will most likely satisfy this need;
What do consumers think of fibre and its future?
See news message: http://www.telecompaper.com/nieuws/kwart-nederlanders-wil-50-mbps and press release: http://www.telecompaper.com/pressrelease/dutch-consumer-interest-in-50-mbps-broadband-is-growing


Research Type Survey
Published 13 Oct 2011
Pages 21
File Type PDF
Size 512kb
Geographic Scope    Netherlands
Editions Internet
Topics Market research / news, xDSL, PSTN-ISDN, Fibre, Cable, Internet Access, Research

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