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Telecommunications in Monaco

The following are some data about telecommunications in Monaco.

  • Telephones - main lines in use: 34,000 (2005)
  • Telephones - mobile cellular: 17,200 (2005)
  • Telephone system: automatic telephone system

domestic : NA

International

No satellite earth stations; connected by cable into the French communications system, however since June 1996, Monaco has had a separate country calling code, +377.

Radio and television

  • Radio broadcast stations: AM 1, FM 3, shortwave 8 (1998)
  • Radios: 34,000 (1997)
  • Television broadcast stations: 5 (1998)
  • Televisions: 25,000 (1997)

Internet

  • Internet service providers (ISPs) : only one (due to monopolistic situation of the unique provider)
  • Internet users: 8,000 users (December 2005)
  • 5 connection levels : modem, DSL 512 kbit/s, ADSL 1024 kbit/s, ADSL 4096 kbit/s, DSL 15Mbit/s and VDSL 30 Mbit/s
  • Country code (Top level domain) : mc
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