Iran’s telecommunications industry is almost entirely state-owned, dominated by the Telecommunication Company of Iran (TCI). Fixed-line penetration in 2004 was relatively well-developed by regional standards, standing at 22 lines per 100 people, higher than Egypt with 14 and Saudi Arabia with 15, although behind the UAE with 27. Iran had more than 1 mobile phone per inhabitant by 2012.

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  • Iran’s telecommunications industry is almost entirely state-owned, dominated by the Telecommunication Company of Iran (TCI). Fixed-line penetration in 2004 was relatively well-developed by regional standards, standing at 22 lines per 100 people, higher than Egypt with 14 and Saudi Arabia with 15, although behind the UAE with 27. Iran had more than 1 mobile phone per inhabitant by 2012. Iran has a population of 70 million with some 56% of Iranians under the age of 25. In 2008, there were more than 52,000 rural offices, providing Telecom services to the villages across the country. The number of fixed telephone lines is above 24 million, with penetration factor of 33.66%. In 2012, there were 43 million internet users in Iran, making the country first in the Middle East in terms of number. Iran is among the first five countries which have had a growth rate of over 20 percent and the highest level of development in telecommunication. Iran has been awarded the UNESCO special certificate for providing telecommunication services to rural areas. By the end of 2009, Iran's telecom market was the fourth-largest market in the region at $9.2 billion and is expected to grow to $12.9 billion by 2014 at a CAGR of 6.9 percent. According to the Electronic Journal on Information Systems in Developing Countries (EJISDC), the information and communications technology (ICT) sector had a 1.1-1.3% share of GDP in 2002. About 150,000 people are employed in the ICT sector, including around 20,000 in the software industry. There were 1,200 registered information technology (IT) companies in 2002, 200 of which were involved in software development. Software exports stood around $50 million in 2008. (en)
  • Le gouvernement iranien gère les moyens d'émission, qui incluent trois stations de radio nationale et deux réseaux nationaux de télévision, aussi bien que des douzaines de stations locales de radio et de télévision. En 2000, il y avait 252 radios et 158 téléviseurs en service pour 1 000 résidents. Il y avait 219 lignes téléphoniques et 110 PC pour 1 000 résidents. Les ordinateurs à usage personnel sont devenus plus accessibles au milieu des années 1990, et depuis lors la demande de l'accès à l'Internet a augmenté. En 1998 le ministère des postes et des télécommunications a commencé à vendre des comptes Internet au grand public. En 2006, les revenus de l'industrie des télécoms en Iran ont été estimés à 1,2 milliard de dollars. Ceci est une liste des moyens de communications de l'Iran. (fr)
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  • Iran’s telecommunications industry is almost entirely state-owned, dominated by the Telecommunication Company of Iran (TCI). Fixed-line penetration in 2004 was relatively well-developed by regional standards, standing at 22 lines per 100 people, higher than Egypt with 14 and Saudi Arabia with 15, although behind the UAE with 27. Iran had more than 1 mobile phone per inhabitant by 2012. (en)
  • Le gouvernement iranien gère les moyens d'émission, qui incluent trois stations de radio nationale et deux réseaux nationaux de télévision, aussi bien que des douzaines de stations locales de radio et de télévision. En 2000, il y avait 252 radios et 158 téléviseurs en service pour 1 000 résidents. Il y avait 219 lignes téléphoniques et 110 PC pour 1 000 résidents. Les ordinateurs à usage personnel sont devenus plus accessibles au milieu des années 1990, et depuis lors la demande de l'accès à l'Internet a augmenté. En 1998 le ministère des postes et des télécommunications a commencé à vendre des comptes Internet au grand public. En 2006, les revenus de l'industrie des télécoms en Iran ont été estimés à 1,2 milliard de dollars. (fr)
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  • Communications in Iran (en)
  • Communication en Iran (fr)
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