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Sub-Saharan Africa 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 South Africa 4.73 million 2005
2 Nigeria 1.22 million 2005
3 Sudan 670,000 2005
4 Ethiopia 610,347 2005
5 Mauritius 359,000 2005
6 Zimbabwe 328,000 2005
7 Ghana 321,526 2005
8 Kenya 281,764 2005
9 Senegal 266,612 2005
10 Cote d'Ivoire 257,932 2004
11 Tanzania 148,360 2004
12 Botswana 132,034 2005
13 Namibia 127,935 2004
14 Malawi 102,724 2005
15 Uganda 100,777 2005
16 Somalia 100,000 2005
17 Cameroon 99,439 2004
18 Burkina Faso 97,400 2005
19 Zambia 94,665 2005
20 Angola 94,280 2005
21 Benin 76,267 2005
22 Mali 75,000 2005
23 Cape Verde 71,412 2005
24 Mozambique 69,676 2004
25 Madagascar 66,900 2005
26 Togo 58,634 2005
27 Lesotho 47,964 2005
28 The Gambia 44,000 2005
29 Mauritania 41,000 2005
30 Gabon 39,128 2005
31 Eritrea 37,712 2005
32 Swaziland 35,042 2005
33 Burundi 27,744 2004
34 Guinea 26,200 2004
35 Sierra Leone 24,000 2002
36 Niger 23,954 2005
37 Rwanda 22,972 2004
38 Seychelles 21,404 2005
39 Comoros 16,939 2005
40 Chad 13,000 2004
41 Djibouti 10,779 2005
42 Democratic Republic of the Congo 10,579 2005
43 Guinea-Bissau 10,558 2003
=44 Equatorial Guinea 10,000 2005
=44 Central African Republic 10,000 2005
46 Sao Tome and Principe 7,050 2004
47 Liberia 6,900 2002

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Sub-Saharan Africa Compared by Media > Telephone mainlines

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