Telecommunications in Jersey

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The telecommunications in Jersey relate to communication systems in Bailiwick of Jersey, which is a British Crown Dependency off the coast of Normandy, France.

Telephony

Addressing

Jersey is incorporated into the UK National Telephone Numbering Plan, using the following area codes:

Guernsey is incorporated into the UK National Telephone Numbering Plan, using the following area codes:

Telephone adoption and usage

Fixed line

Fixed PSTN lines in use; approx 57,700 (2009).citation needed

Mobile cellular

Approx 108,000 active SIMs.citation needed

With over 120 mobile phone masts, in 2012,1 spread across its 119 km2 (46 sq mi) area, the island has a phone mast density almost five times that of the United Kingdom as a whole but similar to any urban area.

Telephony system and infrastructure

Domestic

Jersey Telecom:

Connectivity

Mass media

Radio

Radio broadcast stations

Radio receiver adoption and usage

Not available

Television

Television broadcast stations

Cable television

Satellite television

Television set adoption and usage

Not available

Internet service providers (ISPs)

Postal services

Postal operator

Regulation

See also

References

  1. ^ "Mobile phone base stations and masts". States of Jersey. 26 July 2012. Retrieved 2012-10-09. 
  2. ^ a b Network Topology Map

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