Communications in the Cook Islands

This article lists communications in the Cook Islands.; Telephones - main lines in use:: 6,200 (2003 est.); Telephones - mobile cellular:: 0 (1994): In phase of installation of GSM infrastructure (2003): GSM 900MHz cellular network in place (2004). Estimated users 1500+ (2006); Telephone system::* Domestic: The individual islands are connected by a combination of satellite earth stations, microwave systems, and VHF and HF radiotelephone; within the islands, service is provided by small exchanges connected to subscribers by open wire, cable, and fiber-optic cable:* International: Satellite earth station - 1 Intelsat (Pacific Ocean); Radio Broadcast Stations:; AM (1) : Radio Cook Islands AM630kHz [http://www.radio.co.ck] ; FM Rarotonga (7): FM88 - Te Digital Factory: FM89.9 - Radio Cook Islands [http://www.radio.co.ck] : FM93 - Radio Australia : FM95 - Matariki FM: FM99 - Radio TKANA: FM101.1 - Ocean & Earth HITZ 101.1 [http://www.radio.co.ck] : FM103.5 - KCFM; Shortwave 0 (1998); Radio Sets:: 14,000 (1997); Television Broadcast Stations:; Rarotonga (1): Cook Islands Television [http://www.youtube.com/citv08] ; Television Sets:: 4,000 (1997); Internet Service Providers (ISPs):: 1 (1999); Country code:: CK

See also: Cook Islands


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