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Muslim 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 Iran 18.99 million 2005
2 Turkey 18.98 million 2005
3 Indonesia 12.77 million 2005
4 Egypt 10.4 million 2005
5 Pakistan 5.28 million 2005
6 Malaysia 4.37 million 2005
7 Saudi Arabia 3.8 million 2005
8 Syria 2.9 million 2005
9 Algeria 2.57 million 2005
10 Kazakhstan 2.5 million 2004
11 Uzbekistan 1.72 million 2003
12 Morocco 1.34 million 2005
13 Tunisia 1.26 million 2005
14 United Arab Emirates 1.24 million 2005
15 Nigeria 1.22 million 2005
16 Azerbaijan 1.09 million 2005
17 Bangladesh 1.07 million 2005
18 Iraq 1.03 million 2004
19 Lebanon 990,000 2005
20 Yemen 798,136 2004
21 Libya 750,000 2003
22 Sudan 670,000 2005
23 Jordan 637,811 2004
24 Kuwait 510,295 2005
25 Kyrgyzstan 438,158 2005
26 Turkmenistan 376,100 2003
27 Albania 274,557 2004
28 Senegal 266,612 2005
29 Oman 265,237 2005
30 Tajikistan 245,192 2003
31 Qatar 205,386 2005
32 Bahrain 196,515 2005
=33 Somalia 100,000 2005
=33 Afghanistan 100,000 2005
35 Burkina Faso 97,400 2005
36 Brunei 83,890 2005
37 Mali 75,000 2005
38 The Gambia 44,000 2005
39 Mauritania 41,000 2005
40 Maldives 32,296 2005
41 Guinea 26,200 2004
42 Sierra Leone 24,000 2002
43 Niger 23,954 2005
44 Comoros 16,939 2005
45 Chad 13,000 2004
46 Djibouti 10,779 2005

Citation

"Countries Compared by Media > Telephone mainlines. International Statistics at NationMaster.com", World Development Indicators database. Aggregates compiled by NationMaster. Retrieved from http://www.nationmaster.com/country-info/group-stats/Muslim-countries/Media/Telephone-mainlines

Muslim countries Compared by Media > Telephone mainlines

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