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Landlocked countries Compared by Media > Telephone mainlines

DEFINITION: Telephone mainlines are fixed telephone lines connecting a subscriber to the telephone exchange equipment.

CONTENTS

# COUNTRY AMOUNT DATE GRAPH HISTORY
1 Switzerland 5.12 million 2005
2 Austria 3.71 million 2005
3 Hungary 3.36 million 2005
4 Belarus 3.28 million 2005
5 Czech Republic 3.22 million 2005
6 Kazakhstan 2.5 million 2004
7 Uzbekistan 1.72 million 2003
8 Slovakia 1.2 million 2005
9 Azerbaijan 1.09 million 2005
10 Moldova 929,400 2005
11 Bolivia 646,291 2005
12 Ethiopia 610,347 2005
13 Armenia 582,490 2004
14 Nepal 448,639 2005
15 Kyrgyzstan 438,158 2005
16 Turkmenistan 376,100 2003
17 Zimbabwe 328,000 2005
18 Paraguay 320,294 2005
19 Tajikistan 245,192 2003
20 Luxembourg 244,500 2005
21 Mongolia 156,045 2005
22 Botswana 132,034 2005
23 Malawi 102,724 2005
24 Uganda 100,777 2005
25 Afghanistan 100,000 2005
26 Burkina Faso 97,400 2005
27 Zambia 94,665 2005
28 Laos 75,303 2005
29 Mali 75,000 2005
30 Lesotho 47,964 2005
31 Andorra 35,444 2005
32 Swaziland 35,042 2005
33 Bhutan 32,709 2005
34 Burundi 27,744 2004
35 Niger 23,954 2005
36 Rwanda 22,972 2004
37 San Marino 20,754 2004
38 Liechtenstein 19,951 2005
39 Chad 13,000 2004
40 Central African Republic 10,000 2005

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