Lithuania is the leading country in Europe for its share of citizens that have fibre-optic connection, according to the ratings by the Fibre to the Home Council, www.lithuania.lt has informed.
The data announced by the Council last week indicates that almost 34% households in Lithuania have fibre-optic internet, which is a lot more than in Sweden that comes second with its 26.5%, writes en.delfi.lt.
Other countries in the top five are Latvia, Norway and Russia.
Lithuania takes the seventh place in the world rating. The United Arab Emirates are in the lead (85% households) with South Korea, Hong Kong, Japan, Singapore and Taiwan following, where the percentage of households with fibre-optic internet access ranges from 63 to 37%.