93% of Europeans access Web from home, 47% from work, 26% from schools
93% of Netizens (online Europeans) have accessed the web from home compared to 47% of people from work, 26% from educational institutions and 19% from Internet cafes. Hungary is Europe’s emerging market most likely to access the net from home (97%) whereas Greeks are the Netizens most likely to access the net from work (67%). Bulgarians are the most likely to use an Internet Cafe (41%) or a library (16%) and are the emerging market likely to access the net from the greatest variety of locations. Lithuanians are the most technologically advanced Netizens, being the emerging net market most likely to access the web from mobile phones, PDAs, games consoles and high street kiosks. Bulgarian Netizens represent the emerging market most likely to access the net using laptops (44%); Latvians are the most likely to access the net using Digital TVs (19%). Overall, 17% of Netizens currently access the web using a mobile phone, 5% access through Digital TV with PDA?s and games consoles being used by 4% of Netizens to access the web, Nielsen//NetRatings reported.