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Austria - Fixed telephone lines per 100 inhabitants

43.1 (number per 100 inhabitants) in 2017

In 2017, fixed telephone lines per 100 inhabitants for Austria was 43.1 number per 100 inhabitants. Fixed telephone lines per 100 inhabitants of Austria fell gradually from 47.4 number per 100 inhabitants in 2003 to 43.1 number per 100 inhabitants in 2017.

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What is fixed telephone lines per 100 inhabitants?

A fixed telephone line (previously called main telephone line in operation) is an active* line connecting the subscriber's terminal equipment to the public switched telephone network (PSTN) and which has a dedicated port in the telephone exchange equipment. This term is synonymous with the terms main station or Direct Exchange Line (DEL) that are commonly used in telecommunication documents. It may not be the same as an access line or a subscriber. This should include the active number of analog fixed telephone lines (112a), ISDN channels (28c), fixed wireless (WLL), public payphones (1112) and VoIP subscriptions (112IP). If not included, specify in a note. *Active lines are those that have registered an activity in the past three months.

What is Austria fixed telephone lines per 100 inhabitants?

Date Value Change, %
2017 43.1 5.20 %
2016 40.9 -1.56 %
2015 41.6 2.05 %
2014 40.8 4.87 %
2013 38.9 -2.05 %
2012 39.7 -0.91 %
2011 40.0 -0.88 %
2010 40.4 3.96 %
2009 38.9 -1.35 %
2008 39.4 -3.89 %
2007 41.0 -5.80 %
2006 43.5