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Local telephone service is controlled by Monaco, while France is responsible for international service. As of 2005, there were about 34,000 main line telephones and 17,200 mobile cellular telephones in use.

Radio Monte Carlo and Télé Monte Carlo provide radio and television services and have had broadcast programs since 1954. Radio Monte Carlo's home service is broadcast in French. The system also provides overseas service in 12 foreign languages and is majority owner of the Cyprus-based Radio Monte Carlo relay station, a privately funded religious broadcasting service in 35 languages under the name Trans World Radio. As of 1999, Monaco had 3 AM and 4 FM radio stations and 5 television stations. In 1997, there were 34,000 radios and 25,000 television sets throughout the country.


Telephones - main lines in use
34,000 (2005)

Telephones - mobile cellular
17,200 (2005)

Telephone system
general assessment: modern automatic telephone system
domestic: NA
international: country code - 377; no satellite earth stations; connected by cable into the French communications system

Radio broadcast stations
AM 3, FM 4, shortwave 8 (1999)

Television broadcast stations
5 (1999)

Internet country code

Internet hosts
14,520 (2007)

Internet users
20,000 (2006)





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