Access in France
#207.41?Rank out of 92 countries. Score out of 10.
For more information on the Internet Monitor access index, please see the faq.
Since 2000, France has witnessed a significant increase in Internet access, with one in five residents having access to high-speed Internet. In 2012, 83 percent of the population used the Internet. According to a May 2012 study, French Internet users spent 3.16 hours a day online, slightly lower than the European average of 4 hours. According to Alexa, the most frequently visited websites include Google France, Facebook, YouTube, Wikipedia, Orange France Webmail, LinkedIn, and Leboncoin, a free online classified ad site.