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Ukraine: 3 Million New Internet Users in 2010

A study cited [UKR] by Korrespondent.net shows that the number of Internet users in Ukraine has increased by 29%, or by 3 million people, in 2010. Ukraine's current Internet audience is 11.3 million people, with 88% of users accessing the net daily, 10% – several times a week, 1% – once a week, and the remaining 1% – several times a month. Nearly 90% have Internet access at home. While 59% of the users come from cities with population of over 500,000 people, only 9% live in rural areas. The largest age group of Internet users is made up of people aged 14-24 (36%), the second largest – users who are 25-34 years old (29%), and only 4% are older than 55.

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