Landlines

How to get a phone line in Cyprus

Telecommunication services on the island are dominated by the government owned company Cyta and its private competitor PrimeTel. There are also a range of smaller providers available.

Landlines

Installing a land line costs around €120. Cyta (Cyprus Telecommunication Authority ) allows their customers to choose between an upfront payment for the installation or a monthly payment made over two years.

The best way to get connected is by going to a CytaShop  on the island or by phoning Customer Services. It is rare not to have English speakers at hand and Cyta, as the main telecommunication provider of the island, have shops in many places across Cyprus.

Getting connected should be straightforward and hassle-free. It is normal for Cyta to ask their customers to allow a week for installation, though it has been known for them to complete everything within a few hours of visiting their shop. All information can be found on their website which offers an English version.

Once connected, you subscribe to the package that best suits your needs. Cyta caters for both those who love to talk and those who rarely pick up their phone to make a call, offering subscriptions from €16.00 to €35.00 per month.

Other available telecommunication companies on the island:

Package deals

If you are thinking about getting TV and internet installed as well, shop around for bundle packages. Most providers offer various packages, and, though they may cost more than a land line alone, you can save in the long run.

Installing a land line costs around €120. Cyta (Cyprus Telecommunication Authority ) allows their customers to choose between an upfront payment for the installation or a monthly payment made over two years.

The best way to get connected is by going to a CytaShop  on the island or by phoning Customer Services. It is rare not to have English speakers at hand and Cyta, as the main telecommunication provider of the island, have shops in many places across Cyprus.

Getting connected should be straightforward and hassle-free. It is normal for Cyta to ask their customers to allow a week for installation, though it has been known for them to complete everything within a few hours of visiting their shop. All information can be found on their website which offers an English version.

Once connected, you subscribe to the package that best suits your needs. Cyta caters for both those who love to talk and those who rarely pick up their phone to make a call, offering subscriptions from €16.00 to €35.00 per month.

Other available telecommunication companies on the island:

Package deals

If you are thinking about getting TV and internet installed as well, shop around for bundle packages. Most providers offer various packages, and, though they may cost more than a land line alone, you can save in the long run.

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