Some 70% of Croatian households have Internet access at end-2011 GfK survey.

By bne IntelliNews December 16, 2011
Some 70% of the households in Croatia have internet access at the end of 2011, a survey of GfK market research agency showed. The number of households that have computers has increased by 46pps since 2000. The Internet usage among people older than 15 has increased to 63% in 2011 from 5% in 1999. Some 96% of the people aged between 15 and 24 use the Internet. Its usage is most frequent in the Zagreb area, where 68% of Croats use it. Most of the Internet users (77%) have desktop computers, while the remaining 43% have laptops. The majority of desktop computers (more than 80%) are present in households in northern Croatia and the Istria county. Most of laptops (more than 50%) are in households living in the capital Zagreb.
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