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Mail

All Cambodia's mail is consolidated in Phnom Penh. Sending mail from provincial cities seems as reliable as posting from the capital, though it costs a little more as there is addiditional charge for mail to go to Phnom Penh first. Within the capital itself, only the main post office is geared up to accept mail bound for abroad. Mail to Europe, Australia and North America takes between five and ten days to arrive, leaving Phnom Penh for major international destinations around twice a week. The specific days can be checked at the main post office.

Mobile Phones

There are three mobile phone service providers in Cambodia: Samart code (T) 011, MobiTel (T) 012 and Shinawatra (T) 015&016. MobiTel is the most widely used network and has transmitters in all major towns, although reception is still limited to within the town boundaries.

Internet

Internet access is only available at Phnom Penh or Siem Reap - Internet shops or cafés are abundant and rates are under $1 per hour. In the provinces however, access is limited and expensive in Battambang and Sihanoukville. Charges are at around $3 per hour. One of the best ways to keep in touch while traveling is to sign up for a free email address that can be accessed anywhere, such as Yahoo Mail or Hotmail. Once an account is set up, mail can be sent from any Internet Café, or from a hotel with Internet access.


 
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