Nearly 300,000 Slovenians were online at the end of 1998, according to a survey by RIS. About half of the Slovenian users are weekly Internet users, and 12 percent are monthly users.
When compared to a RIS survey done at the end of 1997, there was little change in the number of Slovenian users, but the users are going online more frequently. More than 60 percent of the people aged 15-65 do not intend to use the Internet in any capacity, according to RIS. The survey also found that 80 percent of large companies in Slovenia are online.
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