Communications in Fiji

Communications in Fiji.

This article lists communications in Fiji.

; Country Code: +679; Telephones - main lines in use:: 112,500 (2005); Telephones - mobile cellular:: 315,000 (2007); Telephone system:: Modern local, interisland, and international (wire/radio integrated) public and special-purpose telephone, telegraph, and teleprinter facilities; regional radio communications center:* Domestic: NA:* International: Access to important cable links between US and Canada as well as between NZ and Australia (Southern Cross Cable Network); satellite earth station - 1 Intelsat (Pacific Ocean); Radio broadcast stations:: AM 13, FM 40, shortwave 0 (1998); Radios:: 500,000 (1997); Television broadcast stations:: 1 (Terrestrial); Televisions:: 21,000 (1997); Internet Service Providers (ISPs):: 3 (2006); Country code (TLD):: FJ

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*CIA World Factbook


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