Luxembourg - Households without access to internet at home, because the equipment costs are too high was 11.00% in December of 2019, according to the EUROSTAT. Historically, Luxembourg - Households without access to internet at home, because the equipment costs are too high reached a record high of 11.00% in December of 2019 and a record low of 3.00% in December of 2013. Trading Economics provides the current actual value, an historical data chart and related indicators for Luxembourg - Households without access to internet at home, because the equipment costs are too high - last updated from the EUROSTAT on October of 2021.

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 luxembourg households without access to internet at home because the equipment costs are too high eurostat data
Households Without Access To Internet At Home, Because The Equipment Costs Are Too High
Country Last Previous Unit Reference
Portugal 53.00 35.00 % Dec 2019
Hungary 48.00 56.00 % Dec 2019
France 40.00 36.00 % Dec 2019
Croatia 35.00 53.00 % Dec 2019
Germany 31.00 25.00 % Dec 2019
Spain 28.00 31.00 % Dec 2019
Euro Area 26.00 24.00 % Dec 2019
Malta 23.00 11.00 % Dec 2019
Belgium 22.00 21.00 % Dec 2019
Netherlands 21.00 20.00 % Dec 2019
Sweden 16.00 27.00 % Dec 2019
Czech Republic 15.00 23.00 % Dec 2019
Greece 15.00 18.00 % Dec 2019
Slovakia 15.00 7.00 % Dec 2019
Slovenia 15.00 11.00 % Dec 2019
Italy 12.00 14.00 % Dec 2019
Denmark 7.00 4.00 % Dec 2019
Luxembourg | Information And Communication Technology (ICT)
Households with broadband access
Households without access to internet at home, because access not needed (content is not useful, not interesting, etc.)
Households without access to internet at home, because access not wanted (content is harmful, etc.)
Households without access to internet at home, because of a physical disability
Households without access to internet at home, because of access elsewhere
Households without access to internet at home, because of lack of skills
Households without access to internet at home, because of other reasons
Households without access to internet at home, because of privacy or security concerns
Households without access to internet at home, because the access costs are too high (telephone, etc.)
Households without access to internet at home, because the equipment costs are too high
Individuals frequently using the internet
Individuals regularly using the internet
Individuals using mobile devices to access the internet on the move: Active labour force (employed and unemployed)
Individuals using mobile devices to access the internet on the move: All Individuals
Individuals using mobile devices to access the internet on the move: Employees, self-employed, family workers
Individuals using mobile devices to access the internet on the move: Females, 16 to 74 years old
Individuals using mobile devices to access the internet on the move: Individuals with high formal education
Individuals using mobile devices to access the internet on the move: Individuals with medium formal education
Individuals using mobile devices to access the internet on the move: Individuals with no or low formal education
Individuals using mobile devices to access the internet on the move: Individuals, 16 to 24 years old
Individuals using mobile devices to access the internet on the move: Individuals, 25 to 54 years old
Individuals using mobile devices to access the internet on the move: Individuals, 55 to 74 years old
Individuals using mobile devices to access the internet on the move: Males, 16 to 74 years old
Individuals using mobile devices to access the internet on the move: Retired and other inactive
Individuals using mobile devices to access the internet on the move: Students
Individuals using mobile devices to access the internet on the move: Unemployed
Individuals using the internet for doing an online course
Individuals using the internet for finding information about goods and services
Individuals using the internet for internet banking
Individuals using the internet for looking for a job or sending a job application
Individuals using the internet for participating in social networks
Individuals using the internet for seeking health-related information
Individuals using the internet for selling goods or services
Individuals using the internet for sending/receiving e-mails
Individuals using the internet for taking part in online consultations or voting: Active labour force (employed and unemployed)
Individuals using the internet for taking part in online consultations or voting: All Individuals
Individuals using the internet for taking part in online consultations or voting: Employees, self-employed, family workers
Individuals using the internet for taking part in online consultations or voting: Females, 16 to 74 years old
Individuals using the internet for taking part in online consultations or voting: Individuals with high formal education
Individuals using the internet for taking part in online consultations or voting: Individuals with medium formal education
Individuals using the internet for taking part in online consultations or voting: Individuals with no or low formal education
Individuals using the internet for taking part in online consultations or voting: Individuals, 16 to 24 years old
Individuals using the internet for taking part in online consultations or voting: Individuals, 25 to 54 years old
Individuals using the internet for taking part in online consultations or voting: Individuals, 55 to 74 years old
Individuals using the internet for taking part in online consultations or voting: Males, 16 to 74 years old
Individuals using the internet for taking part in online consultations or voting: Retired and other inactive
Individuals using the internet for taking part in online consultations or voting: Students
Individuals using the internet for taking part in online consultations or voting: Unemployed
Individuals using the internet for uploading selfcreated content
Individuals who have basic or above basic overall digital skills: All Individuals
Individuals who have basic or above basic overall digital skills: Females, 16 to 74 years old
Individuals who have basic or above basic overall digital skills: Males, 16 to 74 years old
Individuals who have never used the internet
Internet use: Individuals who have ever used the internet
Internet use: never
Last internet use: in last 3 months
Last internet use: in the last 12 months
Level of internet access
Luxembourg | EUROSTAT Indicators