Cseh MotoGP

2014.08.17. | Brno - Automotodrom Brno

Communications

Telephone: Country Code: . There are plenty of public telephone booths; international calls can be made from any of them. Most of the public telephone booths take phonecards, which can be purchased at hotels, tourist information offices, newsagents and tobacconist shops. Surcharges can be quite high on long-distance calls from hotels.

Mobile Telephone: The Czech Republic uses the GSM 900 system, and is 3G compatible. Roaming agreements exist with most international mobile phone companies. Coverage is excellent.

Internet: There are lots of Internet cafes in Prague and other cities.

Media: Private media in the Czech Republic mushroomed in the 1990s, and private radio and TV stations provide stiff competition for public broadcasters. Public TV broadcaster ÄÂeská Televize (CT) operates two networks and a 24-hour news channel. Czech public radio, ÄÂeský Rozhlas (CRo), operates three national networks as well as local services. Two major private television channels broadcast nationally and there are more than 70 private radio stations.The Prague Post newspaper and Czech Business Weekly magazine (both weekly) are published in English, while the main Czech dailies include Mladá Fronta Dnes, Právo and Lidové Noviny. Radio Prague has programmes in a number of languages including English.


Post: Airmail takes a couple of days to reach other European destinations; allow up to a week to North America.

Mon-Fri 0800-1800, 0800-1200 Sat.


 

Postaköltségek

UPS Express-szel, biztosítva küldjük csomagjait
EU-n belül € 15,00
Európa, EU-n kívül € 21,00
USA és Kanada € 21,00
egyéb országok € 31,00
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