Telecommunications in Serbia

Telecommunications in Serbia

Telephones - main lines in use: 2.830.721 (2007)
Telephones - mobile cellular: 9 600 000 (2008 est.) [1]
Telephone system:
general assessment: NA
domestic: NA
international: country code: 381
international: satellite earth station - 1 Intelsat (Atlantic Ocean)
Radio broadcast stations: AM 113, FM 194, shortwave 2 (1998)
Television broadcast stations: more than 771 (including 86 strong stations and 685 low-power stations, plus 20 repeaters in the principal networks;
also numerous local or private stations (1997)
Internet hosts: 22,046 (2005)
Internet users: 2.4 million (2007)
Internet Service Providers: 147 (2007) [2]
Internet TLD: .rs (.yu until the end of 2009)

Broadband Internet access

Telekom provides Internet access over Dial-Up , ISDN and ADSL connections.

ADSL available (2008):

1.0 mbit - 1024/128k,

2.0 mbit - 2048k/192k,

4.0 mbit - 4096k/256k,

6.0 mbit - 6144k/384k,

8.0 mbit - 8192k/512k,

16.0 mbit - 16384k/768k


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