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Telecommunications in the Cayman Islands

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Telecommunications in the Cayman Islands

Communications in the Cayman Islands

Telephone

Telephones - main lines in use: 37,400 (2009) [1]

Telephones - mobile cellular: 99,900 (2004)[1]

Telephone system:

Domestic: Reasonably good overall telephone system with a high fixed-line teledensity. Liberalization of telecom market in 2003; introduction of competition in the mobile-cellular market in 2004. (LIME)Formerly Cable & Wireless, Digicel
International: Landing points for the MAYA-1, Eastern Caribbean Fiber System, and the Cayman-Jamaica Fiber System submarine cables that provide links to the US and parts of Central and South America. Satellite earth station - 1 Intelsat (Atlantic Ocean) (2007) Intelsat (Atlantic Ocean)[1]

Radio

Radio broadcast stations: AM 0, FM 17, shortwave 0 (2006)

Radios: 36,000 (1997)

Television

Television broadcast stations: Cayman27

Internet

Internet Service Providers (ISPs): 3 (2009) Cable & Wireless, Logic, Tele Cayman

Country code (Top-level domain): KY

References

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