Liechtenstein, a small landlocked country in Central Europe, is surrounded by mountainous terrain, which could pose challenges to the development of technologies and telecommunications. The population of just over 39,000 people is primarily located in the Rhine Valley. Despite its small size and challenging geography, Liebenstein has strong infrastructure solutions, showcasing its advanced state in the technology sector. The country hosts a number of high-tech companies, notably in the areas of microtechnology, nanotechnology, and life sciences. In terms of telecommunications, it has a fully digital telephone network with broadband and mobile services widely available. The country’s power supply is predominantly imported, but there are growing initiatives for renewable energy sources, including solar and hydropower.

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Mobile Network Operators

The are 4 companies operating mobile networks in this region.

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7acht is a telecommunications network operating in Liechtenstein. The company was established to provide comprehensive telecommunication services within the region. It is owned by Swiss Salt Mobile SA.

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FL1 Telecom Liechtenstein is a telecommunications company operating in Liechtenstein. Established following the merger of Telecom Liechtenstein and Mobilkom Liechtenstein (FL1), the local mobile subsidiary of the Telekom Austria Group in 2014. The company is owned jointly by Liechtenstein (75.1%) and Telekom Austria Group (24.9%). The company provides a range of telecommunication services within the principality, maintaining a significant presence in the local market.


Swisscom Liechtenstein is a telecommunications service provider based in Liechtenstein. The company was established in 2008 as a subsidiary of Swisscom, the leading telecommunications provider in Switzerland. Swisscom Liechtenstein's ownership lies primarily with Swisscom, which holds a majority stake in the company.

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Swisscom AG is a leading telecommunications provider in Switzerland, with its headquarters located in Worblaufen near Bern. The company was first established in 1852 as the Swiss telegraph network, which was then combined with the postal service and telephone network in 1920 to form the Postal Telegraph and Telephone (PTT). In 1997, the Swiss telecommunications market was deregulated and Telecom PTT was spun off and rebranded as Swisscom, marking the start of its partial privatisation. The Swiss government currently owns 51 percent of Swisscom AG.

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