Telecommunications in Slovenia


Telecommunications in Slovenia

Telephones - number of subscribers: 562.000 analog subscribers, 119.000 ISDN subscribers, 130.000 Centrex subscribers (2004)

Telephones - mobile cellular: 662.619 paid subscriptions and 848.914 users of prepaid phones (2001), 100.1% mobile penetration (as of 16 February 2009)

Telephone system:
domestic: 100% digital
international: 100% digital

Radio broadcast stations: AM 17, FM 160, shortwave 0 (1998)

Radios: 805,000 (1997)

Television broadcast stations: 23 (plus about 400 low-power repeaters) (1997)

Televisions: 710,000 (1997)

Internet: 56% Internet penetration, 130.000 ADSL subscribers (November 2005), 2000 ADSL TV subscribers (May 2004), 12.000 VDSL subscribers (July 2006), 3.950 VDSL TV subscribers (July 2006) - not up2date - currently higher penetration (over 55%) - MOSS 2006 http://www.soz.si/projekti_soz/moss_merjenje_obiskanosti_spletnih_strani/

Internet Service Providers (ISPs): SISPA (Slovene Internet Service Provider Association) has 22 members (2004)

Country code (Top level domain): SI

International Radio Callsign Prefix: S5

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