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Internet in Puerto Rico

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Internet in Puerto Rico

Telecommunications in Puerto Rico encompasses fixed and cellular phones, internet, radio and television broadcasting.

Telephone

Telephones - main lines in use: 1,072,456[1]

Telephones - mobile cellular: 2,076,698[2]

The telephone system: is integrated with that of the United States by high-capacity submarine cable and Intelsat with high-speed data capability

Country Code/Area Code +1-787, +1-939

Radio

The island offers 74 AM 53 FM Radio broadcast stations[3]

Television

Puerto Rico has 18 Television broadcast stations and three stations of the US Armed Forces Radio and Television Service. In 1997, residents own 1.021 million televisions.

Internet

In 1999 there were 18 Internet Service Providers (ISPs).

Country code (Top level domain): PR

Puerto Rico portal

External links

  • Radio Puerto Rico
  • El Nuevo Dia
  • WIPR-TV 6 & WIPM-TV 3
  • The World Factbook

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