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Telephones and Internet

Guides to residential telephone service, mobile phones, and internet services.

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  1. Registering a Foreign Mobile (Cell) Phone in Turkey

    Learn how to register a foreign mobile (cell) phone in Turkey so it is not cut off after 60 days.

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  2. Using Skype in Turkey

    Skype lets you use your desktop, laptop, or handheld device as a telephone. Calls to other Skype users are free, while calls to landlines or mobile phones cost a fraction of the what it would cost you using a telephone. It's an ideal long-distance calling solution for anyone living overseas.

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  3. Buying a Mobile (Cell) Phone in Turkey

    Turkish mobile phones range from cheap models (around 80 TL) to the latest iPhone and other smart phones. Prices are high for these imported phones, not only because they are imported, but because of the taxes levied on electronic goods.

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  4. Lost or Stolen Mobile (Cell) Phones in Turkey

    Every modern mobile phone has an identity number, called the International Mobile Equipment Identity (IMEI) number. By recording and keeping this number separate from your mobile phone, you can use it to report a lost or stolen mobile phone to the police and to your network provider.

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  5. Residential Telephone Service in Turkey

    Learn how to set up your residential telephone and internet services in Turkey, transfer your telephone number, pay the bills, and understand the features of your Turkish telephone.

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  6. Residential Internet Service in Turkey

    This article explains Turkey's Internet services, providers, and tells you how to get online from your home.

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  7. Internet Access for Travelers in Turkey

    Most tourist destinations in Turkey are well-wired with WiFi access points. In rural areas it can be more difficult to connect, but most every town has at least one internet cafe. This article explains how to get connected, wherever you may be.

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  8. Using a Mobile (Cell) Phone in Turkey

    A guide for using a mobile phone on the Turkish mobile networks.

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  9. Pre-paid Mobile (Cell) Phone Cards in Turkey

    After you buy a Turkish mobile phone or register your foreign phone, you can pre-pay for calls by using a phone card. Authorized outlets of the three major network providers (Turkcell, Vodafone and Avea) sell them. You can also buy them in shops bearing the logo of one of these network providers.

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  10. Using a Public Telephone in Turkey

    If you don't have a working landline or mobile phone and need to make a call, you can use a Turkish public phone. They can be found in public areas such as shopping centers, public squares, train or bus stations, and outside or a PTT (Turkish post office).

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  11. Making Telephone Calls in Turkey

    Here you'll learn how to call a number in Turkey, whether the person you're calling is in the same province, another province, or another country, and how to call a person in Turkey from another country.

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  12. Turkey's Emergency and Customer Service Numbers

    Here's a list of important three-digit national numbers for emergencies, information, and reporting. You can call these numbers 24/7 from any landline or mobile telephone.

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  13. Turkey's Online Telephone Directory

    Here's how to use the Turkish online telephone directory.

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  14. How to Find Out if Your Neighborhood Has High-speed Fiber-optic Internet

    Here's how to find out if the place where you live in Turkey is wired for high-speed, fiber-optic internet access.

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