Germany facts: Communications

Germany facts: Communications

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The facts on communications in Germany.

Telephones - main lines in use: 45.6 million
Country comparison to the world: 3

Telephones - mobile: 105 million
Country comparison to the world: 10

Broadcast media: A mixture of publicly-operated and privately-owned TV and radio stations; national and regional public broadcasters compete with nearly 400 privately-owned national and regional TV stations.  More than 90 percent of households have cable or satellite TV.  Hundreds of radio stations including multiple national radio networks, regional radio networks, and a large number of local radio stations.

Internet users: 65.125 million
Country comparison to the world: 5

 

 

CIA World Factbook / Expatica

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