In 2013 79% of households in the European Union had internet access, with 76% of them having access to broadband internet. Croatia fell 14 percentage points below the EU average with 65% of households in the country having access to the net. The ratio of those with broadband access was high, with 64% out of 65% having access.
In Croatia, 53% of individuals used the Internet daily, 10% at least once a week, while 29% never used the internet at all this year. There were plenty of other nations below Croatia however, only 54% of households have the internet in Bulgaria, 56% in Greece and 58% in Romania. At the top end of the scale, Netherlands with 95%, 94% in Luxembourg and Denmark and Sweden with 93% topped the list.