All hotels and PTT offices have fascimile services.
Internet cafes exist in main urban areas.
Main ISPs include:
These may be sent from all post offices.
international code: 00
There is a wide internal telephone network, but often an interpreter
will be needed for more remote areas. To phone from PTT telephone
booths, which are found almost everywhere, telephone cards and tokens
are used. Local, intercity and international calls can be made from
all PTT offices.
GSM 900 and 1800 band networks exist. Coverage is available in most
Main network providers include:
Airmail to Europe takes three days.
Turkish post offices are recognisable by their yellow PTT signs.
Post office hours: major outlets Monday-Saturday 0800-2000, Sunday
0900-1900; smaller post offices have the same opening hours as government
offices. It is also possible to use the 'Valuables Despatch Service'
for more valuable belongings or important documents.
The main newspapers are: The Turkish Daily News.
English-language daily newspapers include:
Turkish Daily News
From time to time the radio frequencies change and the most up to
date information can be found online:
World Service can be received.
of America can be received