Telecommunications in Anguilla


Telecommunications in Anguilla

This article is about communications systems in Anguilla.

Contents

Telephone

Telephones - main lines in use: 6,200 (2002)

country comparison to the world: 212

Telephones - mobile cellular: 1,800 (2002)

country comparison to the world: 211

Telephone system:
Domestic: Modern internal telephone system
International: EAST CARIBBEAN FIBRE SYSTEM ECFS (cable system)
microwave radio relay to island of Saint Martin (Guadeloupe and Netherlands Antilles)

Mobile Phone (GSM)

Mobile Phone Operators:
Cable & Wireless (Anguilla) Ltd. - GSM 850 and 1900 MHz with Island-wide coverage [1]
Weblinks - [1]

Mobiles: ? (2007)

Radio

Radio broadcast stations: AM 2, FM 7, shortwave 0 (2007)

Radio Stations of Anguilla
Band / Freq. Call Sign Brand City of license Notes
AM 690 kHz Unknown Caribbean Beacon The Valley Religious broadcaster
AM 1500 kHz Unknown Radio Anguilla The Valley Public broadcaster
AM 1610 kHz Unknown Caribbean Beacon The Valley 200 kW repeater
FM 92.9 MHz Unknown Klass 92.9 The Valley
FM 93.3 MHz Unknown Rainbow FM The Valley Caribbean Music, News
FM 95.5 MHz Unknown Radio Anguilla The Valley Public broadcaster
FM 97.7 MHz Unknown Heart Beat Radio/Up Beat Radio The Valley 30 kW, Caribbean Music, News
FM 99.3 MHz ZNBR-FM NBR - New Beginning Radio / Grace FM The Valley 5 kW, Religious broadcaster
FM 100.1 MHz Unknown Caribbean Beacon The Valley Religious broadcaster
FM 100.9 MHz Unknown CBN - Country Broadcast Network The Valley 3 kW
FM 103.3 MHz Unknown Kool FM The Valley Religious broadcaster, Urban Caribbean
FM 105.1 MHz ZRON-FM Tradewinds Radio The Valley 5 kW, Caribbean Music, News
FM 106.7 MHz unknown VOC - Voice Of Creation Sachasses Religious broadcaster
FM 107.9 MHz unknown GEM Radio Network The Valley Repeater (Trinidad)
SW 6090 kHz Unknown Caribbean Beacon The Valley Religious
SW 11775 kHz Unknown Caribbean Beacon The Valley Religious

Radios: 3,000 (1997)

Television

Television broadcast stations: 1 (1997)

Televisions: 1,000 (1997)

Internet

Internet country code: .ai (Top level domain)

Internet Service Providers (ISPs): 3 (Cable & Wireless - [2], Weblinks - [3], Caribbean Cable Communications - [4] )

Internet hosts: 205 (2008)

country comparison to the world: 177

Internet: users: 3,000 (2002)

country comparison to the world: 206

See also

References

  1. ^ http://anguilla.mybmobile.com/anguilla/

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