Households in Norway contained approximately nine million devices that are connected to the internet, with three million of these being acquired during the last year, according to a survey by Kabel Norge.
According to the organisation, 39% of homes contained one or two devices connected to the internet, 38% reported three to five devices, and 17% had six to 10 devices. Approximately 1% of Norwegian homes contained no internet-connected devices.
The survey found that 88,000 Norwegian households contain more than 11 internet-connected devices, and 22,000 of them have close to 20 such devices.
Kabel Norge’s findings were based on a survey of 1,000 households. The results will be discussed in more detail at the Kabel Norge Congress on March 21-22.
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