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Telecommunications in San Marino

Phone booth in the City of San Marino

This article provides an outline of the telecommunications infrastructure in San Marino.

Telephone

There are no telephone providers in San Marino as the Italian system provides services. In 2002 there were 20,600 landlines in use, as well as 16,800 mobile phones.

Television and radio

San Marino has only one television network, San Marino RTV, which is owned by a company with the same name.[1] In 1997, there were approximately 9,000 television sets in the country.

San Marino has two radio networks, Radio San Marino and Radio San Marino Classic, also owned by San Marino RTV.[2] In 1997, there were approximately 16,000 radios in San Marino.

Internet

In 2010 there were 17,000 Internet users in San Marino.[3] San Marino's internet domain is .sm.

References

  1. ^ "San Marino RTV-Television (Italian)". 
  2. ^ "San Marino RTV-Radio (Italian)". 
  3. ^ "European Internet Usage-San Marino". 


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