intercity communications


intercity communications
междугородная связь

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  • Communications in Australia — is dominated by the telecommunications provider, Telstra. Other telephone carriers include Optus (owned by Singapore Telecommunications), AAPT and Powertel (both owned by Telecom New Zealand), Soul (SP Telemedia), Vodafone and Hutchison 3G (3… …   Wikipedia

  • Communications in Belarus — are dominated by the state which owns most of the corporations and infrastructure. Telephone systemthe Ministry of Telecommunications controls all telecommunications through its carrier Unitary enterprise Beltelecom which is a monopoly. The phone …   Wikipedia

  • Communications in the Republic of the Congo — Communications in the Republic of the Congo.Telephones main lines in use:21,000 (1995) Telephones mobile cellular:1,100,000 (2007)Telephone system:services barely adequate for government use; key exchanges are in Brazzaville, Pointe Noire, and… …   Wikipedia

  • Intercity Express — Dieser Artikel behandelt den Hochgeschwindigkeitszug Intercity Express. Für andere Bedeutungen der Abkürzung ICE siehe ICE (Begriffsklärung). ICE 3 auf der Ausbaustrecke München–Ingolstadt …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Communications in Malaysia — Telephones main lines in use:4.366 million (2005)Telephones mobile cellular:19.545 million (2005)Internet Users:11.016 million (2005) Internet Dial up:2.88 million (2003)Internet Broadband:110,000 (2003)In 2004, 0.85% of Malaysians using it… …   Wikipedia

  • Communications in Nigeria — Telephones main lines in use:2,469,552 (2007 est.) Mobile Cellular phones : 43,066,679(2007 est.)Telephones mobile cellular:Recent deregulation of the mobile phone market has led to the introduction of Global System for Mobile communication… …   Wikipedia

  • Communications in Kazakhstan — This article provides an overview of the communications infrastructure of the country of Kazakhstan.The information was taken from CIA World FactBook (March 20, 2008) [ [https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the world factbook/geos/kz.html CIA …   Wikipedia

  • Communications in Latvia — Telephones (See population of Latvia)Telephones main lines in use:around 700,000 (2006)Telephones mobile cellular:over 2,000,000 (2006) Telephone system:fixed line quality and coverage inadequate outside major cities; however, around 96.53% of… …   Wikipedia

  • Communications in Burma — All communications in Burma are controlled by the government.Telecommunication networksInstallation of telephones, and the cost of calling, are prohibitively expensive for most people. To call overseas for two minutes would cost more than most… …   Wikipedia

  • Communications in Azerbaijan — Communications in Azerbaijan:TelephonesTelephones main lines in use:1,025,400 (2004) [http://cia.gov/cia/publications/factbook/rankorder/2150rank.html ] Telephones mobile cellular:3,400,000 (2007) [http://cia.gov/cia/publications/factbook/rankorde… …   Wikipedia

  • Communications in Georgia — Telephones main lines in use:554,000 (1995)Telephones mobile cellular:2,400,000 (2007)Telephone system: domestic: Country has three cellular telephone networks of GSM 900 and 1800 standard and two UMTS 2100 standard: MagtiCom LTD… …   Wikipedia


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