Three Out Of Four Swedes Prepared To Pay For Music From The Web
Three out of four Swedes, 75 percent, could consider purchasing and downloading music legally from the Internet. Almost two out of three, 63 percent, could consider renting and downloading films. These are some of the findings of a recent Telia survey that polled 1,592 people in Sweden.
"More and more Swedes are getting broadband, which naturally increases their possibilities to download music and moviesin a quick and easy manner. Downloading a film on a Sunday evening will soon become just as common as going to the video store today," says Indra Isander, head of the Consumer Segment at TeliaSonera Sweden.
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