Telecommunications in Azerbaijan

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Telecommunications
Republic of Azerbaijan
Flag of Azerbaijan.svg
LocationAzerbaijan.svg
Exquisite-Modem.png Landlines (2014): 1,820,000[1][2]
Phone-motorola-v3i.svg Mobile lines (2014): 11,000,000[1][2]
ccTLD: .az
Calling code: +994

Telecommunications in Azerbaijan is about television, radio, fixed and mobile telephones, and Internet in Azerbaijan.[3][2]

Telephones[change | change source]

Country comparison to the world: 64[1]
Country comparison to the world: 75[1]

Radio[change | change source]

As of 2014, Azerbaijan has 9 AM radio stations, 17 FM radio stations, and one shortwave radio station. There are also about 4,350,000 radios.[3]

  • Radio broadcast stations: 26 (2014)[3]
    • Radio Respublika - FM 105.0 MHz
    • İctimai FM - FM 90 MHz
    • Naxçıvan Dövlət radiosu (Nakhchivan State Radio) - FM 103 MHz
    • Naxçıvanın səsi (Voice of Nakhchivan) - FM 103 MHz
    • ARAZ FM - FM 103.3 MHz
    • Antenn FM - FM 101 MHz
    • ANS ChM - FM 102 MHz
    • Avto FM - FM 107.7 MHz
    • Azad Azərbaycan FM - FM 106 MHz
    • Bürc FM - FM 100.5 MHz
    • Kəpəz FM - FM 90.3 MHz
    • Lider FM - FM 107 MHz
    • Media FM - FM 105.5 MHz
    • Space FM - FM 104 MHz
    • Xəzər FM - FM 103 MHz

Television[change | change source]

Azerbaijan has a total of 47 television channels. Four of them are public and 43 are private. Twelve are national television channels and 31 are regional.[3]

Internet[change | change source]

Country comparison to the world: 98[1]
Country comparison to the world: 70[1]

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