Equatorial Guinea - Public payphones

Public payphones in Equatorial Guinea was reported at 3 in 1998, according to the World Bank collection of development indicators, compiled from officially recognized sources.



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Please cite the International Telecommunication Union for third-party use of these data. Total number of all types of public telephones, including coin- and card-operated and public telephones in call offices. Publicly available phones installed in private places should also be included, as should mobile public telephones. All public telephones regardless of capability (e.g., local calls or national only) should be counted. If the national definition of "payphone" differs from that above (e.g., by excluding pay phones in private places), then respondents should indicate their own definition.


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