Romania came last among European Union countries when in terms of internet use and penetration in a ranking made by the European Commission, but the country has a great potential for development in this field, a PwC report says. But at a statistics level, the performance of our country in what regards the digitalisation is rather modest. In what regards internet penetration, Romania is ranked last in the EU. Although social networks and video calls are being used more, Romanians are still wary of using online banking services. Thus, only 12 percent of the country population makes online purchases and 90 percent of the volume of orders places online were paid in cash. Read more about Companies and investors want audit reports to provide more insight into potential business risks, survey finds read more. Overall, Romania is lagging behind in terms of integrating the digital technology in he business sector, although there is progress.
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Forecast of the mobile internet user penetration rate in Romania 2015-2022
The most popular e-banking sites in Romania in May were, in alphabetical order: Bancatransilvania. According to the latest data, the top of the podium is occupied by Garantibank. Over the past two years comparing May to May its reach among internet users has increased from 1. The runners up for May were: the international banking service Ing. Our analysis of the most popular Romanian e-banking services included both international banks: Garantibank.
Bulgaria is the only country lagging behind Romania, with 2 percent of its inhabitants using this service, while countries like the Czech Republic and Austria record ratios of 42 percent, 32 percent respectively. From an average of 4. Thus, from a total of 9. However, over half of the Romanians use the Internet weekly, 80 percent using mobile phones, while 13 percent have smart phones.