Communications in Syria

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This article lists details of communications networks in the Arab Republic of Syria.

Telecommunications system

Landlines in use:

3,500,000 (2005)

Cellphone/Mobile Operators:
Syriatel http://www.syriatel.sy
MTN http://www.mtn.com.sy

Radio broadcast stations: AM 14, FM 2, shortwave 1 (1998)

Television broadcast stations:

Internet Service Providers (ISPs):

Country code (Top level domain): .sy

Broadband Internet access

ADSL service in Syria became available since 2003.

Internet censorship

Syrian http website access is filtered by a proxy system which prevents ready access to facebook.com and youtube.com, although indirect access remains possible using various methods.

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