Broadband speed avalibility and coverage

Ambitious broadband connectivity targets have been set across the Nordic Region, with most countries working towards universal access to download speeds of >100 Mbps for all households. The deadline for reaching this target varies between countries, from 2020 (Denmark) to 2023 (Iceland) to 2025 (Finland & Sweden). Norway aims to provide access to download speeds of >100 Mbps for 90% of households by 2020.

The map measures progress towards these targets, showing the minimum download speed that was available to at least 50% of households in each municipality through a fixed-line connection in 2018, along with the proportion of households which had access this speed. The blue shading shows municipalities where over 50% of households had access to fixed broadband with download speeds >100 Mbps. The green shading indicates municipalities where less than 50% had access to fixed broadband with download speeds >100 Mbps but where at least 50% of the population had access to fixed broadband with download speeds >30 Mbps. The orange shading shows the percentage of households who have access to fixed broadband with download speeds >10 Mbps for municipalities where less than 50% of households have access to fixed broadband with download speeds >30 Mbps.

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