Communications in Equatorial Guinea

This article lists communications in Equatorial Guinea.

; Telephones - main lines in use:: 3,000 (1995); Telephones - mobile cellular:: 0 (1995); Telephone system:: Poor system with adequate government services:* Domestic: NA:* International: International communications from Bata and Malabo to African and European countries; satellite earth station - 1 Intelsat (Indian Ocean); Radio broadcast stations:: AM 0, FM 2, shortwave 4 (1998); Radios:: 180,000 (1997); Television broadcast stations:: 1 (1997); Televisions:: 4,000 (1997); Internet Service Providers (ISPs):; Country code (Top-level domain):: GQ

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