Aarhus, Denmark, May 16, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- If you have been looking for internet, you might know there's many things to decide - it only gets harder if you are a foreigner, and therefore unable to read and understand the local official language.
It is also difficult in Denmark, and the ISPs don’t seem to care much about foreign customers, whether they are staying for longer periods or are just dropping by for a few weeks as tourists.Bredbaandsmatch.dk
, a Danish website about broadband connections, wants to make it a lot easier for foreign people to navigate between the ISPs to ensure the customers end up with the right ISP as easily as possible. The website has launched a new English section.
"Obviously we can’t make it perfect – in the perfect world the ISPs translate their homepages to English and had more focus on tourist, but we try to figure out what barriers foreign people run into, when buying internet in Denmark," says Jakob Pedersen who is the founder of Bredbaandsmatch.dk.
He himself has been staying abroad in a country where he had trouble finding a suitable internet connection, and he knows how important internet access is for quite a lot of people.
"We are many who rely on a rather stable and fast line, but we might be frightened by local terms, technology and prices. We try to help the foreign people with the most important questions, and help them with the easiest way to get in contact with the ISPs and buy broadband," Jakob Pedersen explains.
The main focus for the English guide is tourists and people moving to Denmark to study or work for a shorter or longer period.