3 438 000 people connected from home in France in January 2000.

Par 16 mars 2000
Mots-clés : Smart city, Europe

According to the latest study carried out by Ipsos Médias for MMXI Europe in France, in January 2000, France had 47 % more internauts connected from their homes than in October 1999. According to ...

According to the latest study carried out by Ipsos Médias for MMXI Europe
in France, in January 2000, France had 47 % more internauts connected from
their homes than in October 1999.
According to Arielle Dinard, Managing Director of MMXI Europe, this
increase started last October 1,6 million homes in France, surveyed in
October 1999 intended to acquire Internet access within six months, i.e.
almost the same number of homes as those already equipped at that time
(1,7 million). It is also noticeable that in January 2000, one third of
home Internet users in France are novices, having been using the Internet
for under six months.
According to MMXI Europe, the number of home Internet users in France in
January 2000 was as many as 3 438 000. The number of internauts at work,
who share their access with a maximum of two people was 1 437 000.
In January 2000, France had a total of 4,5 million internauts (at home and
/ or at work).
In January, just 18 % of home Internet users had visited a sales site,
compared with 32 % in Great Britain and 38 % In Germany. The French spent
an average of 188 minutes surfing, compared with 211 minutes in Britain
and 292 minutes in Germany.
(Christine Weissrock - Atelier Paribas 16/03/2000)

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