Telecommunications in Equatorial Guinea


Telecommunications in Equatorial Guinea

This article lists communications in Equatorial Guinea.

Telephones - main lines in use
10,000 (2008)
Telephones - mobile cellular
346,000 (2008)
Telephone system
  • General Assessment: digital fixed-line network in most major urban areas and good mobile coverage
  • Domestic: fixed-line density is about 2 per 100 persons; mobile-cellular subscribership has been increasing and in 2008 stood at about 55 percent of the population
  • 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 3, shortwave 5 (2001)
Radios
180,000 (1997)
Television broadcast stations
1 (2001)
Televisions
4,000 (1997)
Internet Service Providers (ISPs)
9 (2009)
Country code (Top-level domain)
GQ



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