Communications in Spain

This page offers information on telecommunications in Spain.

Telephones (landline and cellular)

  • Telephones - main lines in use: 18.583 million (2007)
  • Telephones - mobile cellular: 48.8 million (2007)
  • Telephone system: generally adequate, modern facilities


  • Radio broadcast stations: AM 208, FM 715, shortwave 1 (1998)
  • Radios: 13.1 million (1997)


  • Television broadcast stations: 228 (plus 2,112 repeaters); note - these figures include 11 television broadcast stations and 89 repeaters in the Canary Islands (September 1995)
  • Televisions: 16.2 million (1997)


See also


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