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Macedonia Communications


As of 2007, there were 463,600 main line telephones and close to 1.52 million mobile cellular phones in use. Though most media are government owned, an independent television station, A-1, broadcasts from Skopje.

As of 2008, there were 29 AM and 32 FM broadcast radio stations. There were 52 television stations as of 2007. In 2000 there were about 205 radios and 282 television sets for every 1,000 people.

There were about 20 internet service providers in 2005. The number of internet users has increased over the years; in 2007, there were 685,000 internet users.


Telephones - main lines in use
463,600 (2007)

Telephones - mobile cellular
1.518 million (2007)

Telephone system
general assessment: competition from the mobile-cellular segment of the telecommunications market has led to a drop in fixed-line telephone subscriptions
domestic: combined fixed line and mobile telephone density approaching 100 per 100 persons
international: country code - 389 (2007)

Radio broadcast stations
AM 29, FM 32, shortwave 0 (2008)

Television broadcast stations
52 (2007)

Internet country code

Internet hosts
36,905 (2008)

Internet Service Providers (ISPs)
20 (2005)

Wi-Fi coverage
95% (2006)

Internet users
685,000 (2007)





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