Dominica: A Nation of Mobile Subscribers is Ready to Call Your Business
Like much of the Caribbean and the world, fixed rate subscribership is declining in Dominica. About 20 percent of the country now has landline service. But when it comes to mobile phones, the country is connected and ready to call your business. All three mobile providers have reported a steady increase in subscribership, with teledensity reaching a level of 150 phones per 100 people. The country is a landing point for the East Caribbean Fiber Optic System and the Global Caribbean Network.
Although there is no terrestrial television on the island, many residents have satellite and cable subscriptions. There are six public radio stations and more than a dozen privately owned radio stations. The island is home to nearly 30,000 Internet users, who are supplied by more than 700 Internet hosts.