List of telephone operating companies

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This is a list of the world's largest telecommunications companies measured by total revenues.

Rank Company Total Revenue (US$ Billion) Headquarters
1 AT&T 128.7[1] United States
2 Verizon Communications 120.6 [2] United States
3 Nippon Telegraph & Telephone 109.1 [3] Japan
4 China Mobile Communications 107.6[4] China
5 Deutsche Telekom 79.8[5] Germany
6 Telefónica 75.7[6] Spain
7 Softbank 66.5[7] Japan
8 Vodafone Group 65.9[8] United Kingdom
9 Comcast 64.7 [9] United States
10 China Telecommunications 62.0[10] China
11 América Móvil 61.6[11] Mexico
12 Orange S.A. 55.9 France
13 China United Network Communications 49.3[12] China
14 KDDI 43.3[13] Japan
15 Telecom Italia 36.5[14] Italy
16 Vivendi 35.9[15] France
17 DirecTV 31.8[16] United States
18 BT Group 29.1 United Kingdom
19 Telstra 26.3 Australia
20 VimpelCom Limited 23.1 Netherlands
21 KT Corporation 21.8[17] South Korea
22 Liberty Global 20.0[18] United Kingdom
23 CenturyLink 18.1 [19] United States
24 Telenor 16.4 Norway
25 TeliaSonera 15.8 Sweden
26 MTN Group 14.93 South Africa
27 Bharti Airtel 14 India
28 SingTel 13.7 Singapore
29 Oi Telecommunications 13.1 Brazil
30 Mobile TeleSystems 12.4 Russia
31 Cox Communications 9.1 United States
32 Emirates Telecommunications Corporation 8.9 United Arab Emirates
33 Charter Communications 8.1 United States
34 Level 3 Communications 7.9 [20] United States
35 Telkom Indonesia 7.8 Indonesia
36 Cablevision 6.5 United States
37 Windstream 6.0 [21] United States
38 Axiata 5.3 Malaysia
39 Telephone and Data Systems 4.9 United States
40 Frontier Communications 4.7 United States

List of Fixed and Mobile Operators by Country[edit]

This list identifies the Fixed Line operators and the Mobile operators for the top 200 most populated countries in the world.

The list of countries and their populations are from List of countries by population The CIA World Factbook is cited as the standard reference for the number of main lines for each of the listed countries.[22]

List of countries by number of broadband Internet subscriptions is cited as the standard reference for the number of fixed broadband subscribers for each of the listed countries. The country naming convention follows the ISO 3166-1 standard as published by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO).


Countries by alphabetical order[edit]

A[edit]

B[edit]

C[edit]

D[edit]

E[edit]

F[edit]

G[edit]

H[edit]

I[edit]

J[edit]

K[edit]

L[edit]

M[edit]

N[edit]

O[edit]

P[edit]

Q[edit]

R[edit]

S[edit]

T[edit]

U[edit]

V[edit]

Y[edit]

Z[edit]

Smaller countries (not included in this list)[edit]

The following countries are not included in this list. These countries have populations less than 100,000 or less than 10,000 main lines, according to the latest population estimates[23]



List of Fixed Line and Mobile operators by country[edit]

Afghanistan[edit]

The country had 0.014 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 0.002 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

Albania[edit]

The country had 0.339 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 0.106 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

Algeria[edit]

The country had 3.059 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 0.900 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

Angola[edit]

The country had 0.303 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had .020 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

Argentina[edit]

The country had 10.140 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 3.862 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

Armenia[edit]

The country had 0.578 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had .085 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

Aruba (Netherlands)[edit]

The country had 0.035 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 0.019 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

Australia[edit]

The country had 10.570 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 5.385 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

Austria[edit]

The country had 3.388 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 2.002 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

Azerbaijan[edit]

The country had 1.684 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 0.460 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

Bahamas[edit]

The country had 0.133 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had .025 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

Bahrain[edit]

The country had 0.277 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 0.068 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

WiMAX operators[edit]

Bangladesh[edit]

The country had 0.978 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 0.060 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

WiMAX operators[edit]

Barbados[edit]

The country had 0.141 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 0.056 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

Belarus[edit]

The country had 4.208 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 1.666 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

Belgium[edit]

The country had 4.631 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 3.373 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Cable operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

Belize[edit]

The country had 0.029 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had .009 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

Benin[edit]

The country had 0.153 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 0.004 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

Bhutan[edit]

The country had 0.028 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 0.009 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

Bolivia[edit]

The country had 0.879 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had .096 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

Bosnia and Herzegovina[edit]

The country had 0.956 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 0.307 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

Botswana[edit]

The country had 0.150 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 0.012 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

Brazil[edit]

The country had 43.026 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 13.266 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

Brunei[edit]

The country had 0.080 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 0.022 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

Bulgaria[edit]

The country had 2.356 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 1.088 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

Burkina Faso[edit]

The country had 0.142 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 0.014 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

Burundi[edit]

The country had 0.030 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had less than 0.001 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

Cambodia[edit]

The country had 0.530 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 0.036 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

Cameroon[edit]

The country had 0.669 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had .001 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

Canada[edit]

The country had 18.201 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 10.139 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

Chad[edit]

The country had 0.031 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had less than 0.001 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

Chile[edit]

The country had 3.366 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 1.788 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Cable operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

China[edit]

The country had 285.115 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 126.337 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

Colombia[edit]

The country had 7.127 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 2.594 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

Comoros[edit]

The country had 0.024 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had less than 0.001 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Democratic Republic of the Congo[edit]

The country had 0.057 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 0.009 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

Republic of the Congo[edit]

The country had 0.014 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had less than 0.001 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Mobile operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

Costa Rica[edit]

The country had 1.234 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 0.288 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

Croatia[edit]

The country had 1.761 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had .804 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

Curaçao (Netherlands)[edit]

The country had 0.095 million main lines in use in 1995.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

Cuba[edit]

The country had 1.193 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 0.004 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

Cyprus[edit]

The country had 0.405 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 0.194 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

  • CYTA
  • Primetel PLC
  • CALLSAT
  • CABLENET

Mobile operators[edit]

  • CYTA-VODAFONE
  • MTN(AREEBA)

Northern Cyprus[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

Czech Republic[edit]

The country had 2.289 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 1.521 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

Other operators[edit]

Denmark[edit]

The country had 2.515 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 2.092 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

Internet Providers[edit]

Djibouti[edit]

The country had 0.018 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 0.008 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Djibouti Telecom

Mobile operators[edit]

Dominican Republic[edit]

The country had 1.044 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 0.360 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

Ecuador[edit]

The country had 2.211 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 0.198 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

Egypt[edit]

The country had 8.714 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 1.450 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed Line operators[edit]

Mobile Operators[edit]

El Salvador[edit]

The country had 1.030 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had .175 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

Equatorial Guinea[edit]

The country had 0.014 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had .001 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

Eritrea[edit]

The country had 0.059 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had less than 0.001 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

  • Telesonra

Mobile operators[edit]

Estonia[edit]

The country had 0.472 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had .336 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

Ethiopia[edit]

The country had 0.829 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 0.004 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

Fiji[edit]

The country had 0.130 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had .023 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

Finland[edit]

The country had 1.080 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 1.533 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Mobile operators[edit]

France[edit]

The country had 39.883 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 21.345 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

French Guyana[edit]

The country had 0.051 million main lines in use in 2001.[24] The country had 0.030 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2009.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

French Polynesia[edit]

The country had 0.055 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had .032 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

Gabon[edit]

The country had 0.023 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 0.004 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

Gambia[edit]

The country had 0.050 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had less than 0.001 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

Georgia[edit]

The country had 1.345 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 0.254 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

Germany[edit]

The country had 51.800 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 26.090 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

Other operators[edit]

Ghana[edit]

The country had 0.285 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 0.050 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

Greece[edit]

The country had 5.745 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 2.257 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

Grenada[edit]

The country had 0.028 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 0.014 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

Guadeloupe[edit]

This country had 0.159 million main lines in use in 1995

Fixed line operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

Guam (USA)[edit]

The country had 0.066 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 0.003 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

Guatemala[edit]

The country had 1.626 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 0.259 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

Guinea[edit]

The country had 0.018 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 0.001 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

  • Sotelgui

Mobile operators[edit]

Guyana[edit]

The country had 0.153 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 0.011 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

Haiti[edit]

The country had 0.050 million main lines in use in 2011.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Natcom S.A (formerly Teleco S.A)

Mobile operators[edit]

Honduras[edit]

The country had 0.609 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 0.076 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

Hong Kong[edit]

The country had 4.342 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 2.111 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

Hungary[edit]

The country had 2.933 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 1.956 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

Iceland[edit]

The country had 0.191 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 0.109 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

India[edit]

The country had 32.685 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 15.010 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2013.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

In India, private operators - Reliance, Tata Teleservices and Virgin Mobile, offer dual mode operations, i.e. CDMA & GSM services. Now HFCL & Videocon(datacom) as per brand sharing agreement they have dual mode operation in Punjab. BSNL & MTNL are also in CDMA and GSM mobile services.

Though T24 and Virgin Mobile India are often termed as MVNO, these are actually services of TTSL. TTSL sells their services using these brand names. So neither Virgin Mobile India nor T24 is a true MVNO. In India there is no policy for MVNO as at November 2014.

Mobile operators 3G[edit]

MTNL is the first operator to roll out 3G services, later BSNL, another state-owned telecom operators also started 3G services. MTNL has wide 3G coverage over two metros Delhi and Mumbai. BSNL has 3G coverage in all circles except Mumbai & Delhi. Currently BSNL has 3G coverage in more than 800 cities of India, and offers free roaming in Delhi and Mumbai using MTNL's network.

India completed 3G airwave(GSM) auction for private operators and allocated 3G airwaves in September, 2010 to the winners. Aircel, Airtel, Idea Cellular, Reliance (GSM), S Tel, Tata Teleservices (Tata Docomo) and Vodafone won licenses for 3G services. No operator won pan India 3G license.

Tata Docomo rolled out 3G services in November 2010, becoming the first private operator to roll out 3G services. Reliance Communications also rolled out 3G services in December 2010 in Delhi, Kolkata, Mumbai and Chandigarh. In Q1 of 2011 Airtel, Aircel, Idea and Vodafone rolled out their 3G services in India. S Tel did not roll out 3G services till date.

At the first phase of 3G in India, data prices are sky-high, mostly beyond the reach of masses except PSUs like BSNL & MTNL have affordable tariffs.

  • MTNL
  • BSNL
  • Tata Docomo
  • Reliance Communications
  • Airtel
  • Aircel
  • Idea Cellular
  • Vodafone

WiMax operators[edit]

It is expected Infotel Broadband (majority owned by Reliance Industries) and other BWA (Broadband Wireless Access) spectrum winners will roll out LTE services in India in Q1 of 2013.

  • Airtel
  • Qualcomm - Airtel owns 49% of the venture
  • Tikona Digital
  • Augere Holdings
  • Infotel Broadband - 95% owned by Reliance Industries; owns Pan India BWA spectrum
  • Aircel

Indonesia[edit]

The country had 38.618 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 1.900 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

Iran[edit]

The country had 27.767 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 0.500 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

Iraq[edit]

The country had 1.794 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had less than 0.001 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

Ireland[edit]

The country had 2.047 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 0.941 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

Israel[edit]

The country had 3.500 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 1.865 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

see also the Palestinian Territories

Italy[edit]

The country had 22.116 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 13.259 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

Ivory Coast[edit]

The country had 0.268 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 0.008 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

Jamaica[edit]

The country had 0.272 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 0.117 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

  • Lime
  • Flow (Columbus Communications Limited)

Mobile operators[edit]

Japan[edit]

The country had 64.668 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 34.045 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

Jersey (UK)[edit]

The country had 0.074 million main lines in use in 2011.

Fixed line operators[edit]

  • Jersey Telecom

Mobile operators[edit]

Jordan[edit]

The country had 0.465 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had .196 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

Kazakhstan[edit]

The country had 4.266 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 1.427 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

Kenya[edit]

The country had 0.284 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 0.004 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

North Korea[edit]

The country had 1.180 million main lines in use in 2011.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

South Korea[edit]

The country had 29.468 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 17.194 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

WiMAX operators[edit]

Kosovo[edit]

The country had 0.106 million main lines in use in 2011.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

MVNO operators[edit]

Kuwait[edit]

The country had 0.515 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 0.046 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

  • Ministry of Communications - Kuwait (MOCK)

Mobile operators[edit]

Kyrgyzstan[edit]

The country had 0.502 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 0.015 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

Laos[edit]

The country had 0.108 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 0.012 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

Latvia[edit]

The country had 0.516 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had .435 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

  • LMT
  • Tele2
  • Bite (TDC)
  • Triatel (Telekom Baltija)

Lebanon[edit]

The country had 0.900 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 0.200 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

Lesotho[edit]

The country had 0.039 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had less than 0.001 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

Libya[edit]

The country had 1.000 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 0.073 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

Lithuania[edit]

The country had 0.723 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 0.684 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

Luxembourg[edit]

The country had 0.279 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 0.168 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

Macau (China)[edit]

The country had 0.166 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 0.131 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

  • Companhia de Telecomunicações de Macau S.A.R.L. (CTM)

Mobile operators[edit]

Macedonia[edit]

The country had 0.422 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had .257 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

Madagascar[edit]

The country had 0.138 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 0.005 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

Malawi[edit]

The country had 0.174 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 0.005 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Mobile operators[edit]

Malaysia[edit]

The country had 4.243 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 2.079 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

WiMAX operators[edit]

Maldives[edit]

The country had 0.024 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 0.015 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

Mali[edit]

The country had 0.105 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 0.002 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

Malta[edit]

The country had 0.232 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 0.117 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

MVNO operators[edit]

Martinique[edit]

This country has 0.172 million main lines in use in 2001.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

Mauritania[edit]

The country had 0.032 million main lines in use in 2002. The country had .007 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

Mauritius[edit]

The country had 0.330 million main lines in use in 2012. The country had 0.079 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

Mayotte (France)[edit]

The country had 0.010 million main lines in use in 2002.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

Mexico[edit]

The country had 19.684 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 11.325 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

Moldova[edit]

The country had 1.180 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 0.269 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

Mongolia[edit]

The country had 0.188 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had .072 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

Montenegro[edit]

The country had 0.170 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 0.052 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Mobile operators[edit]

Morocco[edit]

The country had 3.566 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had .499 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

Mozambique[edit]

The country had 0.088 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 0.015 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Mobile network operators[edit]

Myanmar[edit]

The country had 0.521 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 0.016 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Mobile network operators[edit]

Namibia[edit]

The country had 0.140 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had .010 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Telecom Namibia

Mobile operators[edit]

MTC Namibia

Nepal[edit]

Nepal is the first country to provide 3G General Service in South Asia followed by SriLanka, via Nepal Telecom. 3G SERVICE is available throughout the country including Everest Base Camp. 4G LTE WIMAX SERVICE has been recently provided free of cost in major cities including government offices, public places, malls, shopping centres, hospitals, restaurant, and public parks. It is also freely available in places of religious worship.[citation needed]. Climbers of Mount Everest can use Video Call and other 4G services at the top of the mountain at no cost. LTE services have been installed in all the base camps.

The country had 1.086 million main lines in use in 2013. The country had 0.898 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2012.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

  • Nepal Telecom
  • Ncell
  • Smart Cell
  • Nepal Telecom
  • United Telecom

Netherlands[edit]

The country had 7.135 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 6.330 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

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New Caledonia[edit]

The country had 0.076 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 0.038 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

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New Zealand[edit]

The country had 1.880 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 1.089 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

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MVNO operators[edit]

  • Black & White - via Vodafone
  • CallPlus
  • Compass
  • Digital Island
  • M2
  • Skinny - via Telecom XT
  • Slingshot
  • TelstraClear

Nicaragua[edit]

The country had 0.288 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 0.048 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

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Niger[edit]

The country had 0.086 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had .004 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

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Nigeria[edit]

The country had 0.719 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 0.099 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

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Norway[edit]

The country had 1.529 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 1.724 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

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Oman[edit]

The country had 0.303 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 0.045 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

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Pakistan[edit]

The country had 5.722 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had .532 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

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Wireless Local Loop Operators[edit]

Palestinian Territories[edit]

The country had 0.337 million main lines in use in 2011.

The country had 0.056 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2007.

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Panama[edit]

The country had 0.560 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had .276 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

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Papua New Guinea[edit]

The country had 0.130 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 0.006 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

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Paraguay[edit]

The country had 0.372 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had .028 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

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Peru[edit]

The country had 3.688 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 0.912 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

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Philippines[edit]

The country had 3.556 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 1.722 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

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Poland[edit]

The country had 6.853 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 4.961 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

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Portugal[edit]

The country had 4.530 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 2.053 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

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MNVO operators[edit]

Puerto Rico[edit]

The country had 0.826 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 0.552 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

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Qatar[edit]

The country had 0.307 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had .144 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

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Réunion (France)[edit]

The country had 0.300 million main lines in use in 2001.

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Romania[edit]

The country had 4.680 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 2.980 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

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Mobile operators[edit]

Russia[edit]

The country had 44.152 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 15.700 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

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Rwanda[edit]

The country had 0.039 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 0.003 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

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Saint Kitts and Nevis[edit]

The country had 0.021 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 0.015 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

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Saint Lucia[edit]

The country had 0.036 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 0.020 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

  • Cable&Wireless/LIME
  • Karib Cable

Mobile operators[edit]

Saint Vincent and the Grenadines[edit]

The country had 0.023 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had .013 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

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Mobile operators[edit]

Samoa[edit]

The country had 0.035 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had less than 0.001 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

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São Tomé[edit]

The country had 0.005 million main lines in use in 1995[26] The country had .001 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

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Saudi Arabia[edit]

The country had 4.633 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 1.497 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

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Mobile operators[edit]

Senegal[edit]

The country had 0.346 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 0.079 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

  • Expresso - Senegal {CDMA}
  • Orange {GSM}
  • Tigo {GSM}

Serbia[edit]

The country had 3.030 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had .858 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

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Mobile operators[edit]

Sierra Leone[edit]

The country had 0.014 million main lines in use in 2011.

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Mobile operators[edit]

Singapore[edit]

The country had 2.017 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 1.269 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

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Mobile operators[edit]

Slovakia[edit]

The country had 1.056 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had .694 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

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Mobile operators[edit]

Slovenia[edit]

The country had 0.873 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 0.492 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

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Mobile operators[edit]

Solomon Islands[edit]

The country had 0.013 million main lines in use in 2009. The country had 0.002 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

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Mobile operators[edit]

Somalia[edit]

The country had 0.100 million main lines in use in 2011.

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Mobile operators[edit]

South Africa[edit]

The country had 4.127 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had .743 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

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Mobile operators[edit]

Spain[edit]

The country had 19.867 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 10.534 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

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Mobile operators[edit]

Sri Lanka[edit]

The country had 2.7 million main lines in use in March 2014. The country had 0.5 million fixed broadband subscribers in March 2014.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

Public Pay Phone operators[edit]

*Dialog Broadband Networks, Lanka Bell, Sri Lanka Telecom are entitled to provide Pay phone services according to their licences.

Sudan[edit]

The country had 0.484 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 0.165 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

  • Thabit (Sudatel)
  • Canar (Etisalat)

Mobile operators[edit]

Suriname[edit]

The country had 0.086 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 0.016 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

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Mobile operators[edit]

Sweden[edit]

The country had 4.600 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 2.987 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

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MNVO operators[edit]

Other operators[edit]

VoIP operators[edit]

Switzerland[edit]

The country had 4.613 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 2.908 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

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Swaziland[edit]

The country had 0.076 million main lines in use in 2011.

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Mobile operators[edit]

Syria[edit]

The country had 4.345 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had .068 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

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Mobile operators[edit]

Taiwan[edit]

The country had 16.907 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 5.265 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

Tajikistan[edit]

The country had 0.380 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 0.005 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

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Mobile operators[edit]

Tanzania[edit]

The country had 0.161 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 0.003 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

Thailand[edit]

The country had 6.661 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 3.189 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

Togo[edit]

The country had 0.240 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 0.004 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

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Mobile operators[edit]

Tonga[edit]

The country had 0.030 million main lines in use in 2012.[28] The country had .001 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

Trinidad and Tobago[edit]

The country had 0.292 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 0.145 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

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Mobile operators[edit]

Tunisia[edit]

The country had 1.218 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 0.482 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

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Mobile operators[edit]

Turkey[edit]

The country had 15.211 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 7.080 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

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Mobile operators[edit]

Turkmenistan[edit]

The country had 0.547 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 0.001 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

Uganda[edit]

The country had 0.465 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 0.055 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

Ukraine[edit]

The country had 12.681 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 2.955 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

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Mobile operators[edit]

VoIP operators[edit]

United Arab Emirates[edit]

The country had 1.825 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 0.787 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

United Kingdom[edit]

The country had 33.230 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 19.580 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

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Mobile operators[edit]

VoIP operators[edit]

United States[edit]

The country had 146.000 million main lines in use in 2011. The country had 85.723 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators (over $10 Billion annual revenues)[edit]

Fixed line operators ($1 to $10 Billion annual revenues)[edit]

Fixed line operators ($100 Million to $1 Billion annual revenues)[edit]

Fixed line operators (less than $100 Million annual revenues)[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

Mobile operators iDEN[edit]

United States Virgin Islands[edit]

The country had 0.076 million main lines in use in 2011.

The country had 0.009 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Mobile operators[edit]

Uruguay[edit]

The country had 0.965 million main lines in use in 2011.

The country had 0.367 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

Uzbekistan[edit]

The country had 1.928 million main lines in use in 2011.

The country had .089 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

Venezuela[edit]

The country had 7.332 million main lines in use in 2011.

The country had 1.556 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

Vietnam[edit]

The country had 10.175 million main lines in use in 2011.

The country had 3.631 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

Yemen[edit]

The country had 1.075 million main lines in use in 2011.

The country had .084 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Mobile operators[edit]

Zambia[edit]

The country had 0.086 million main lines in use in 2011.

The country had 0.010 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

Fixed line operators[edit]

Mobile operators[edit]

Zimbabwe[edit]

The country had 0.356 million main lines in use in 2011.

The country had 0.033 million fixed broadband subscribers in 2010.

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Mobile operators[edit]

See also[edit]

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